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Review of Ultracomida

Ranked #1 of 37 Restaurants in Narberth
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Spanish
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Good for: Child-friendly
Dining options: Lunch, After-hours, Breakfast, Dinner, Reservations
Reviewed 21 August 2010

We ate here based on the previous review coupled with a stay in the area. The shop and restaurant are very nicely presented with large tables seating multiple parties. Friday and Saturday evenings seem to be set menus (which changed between booking and eating). There were six tapas dishes to share, each could have been a little larger or a couple more would have been good. I don't think there was a chef working as all were cold and I guess had been prepared earlier, bread, oil and vinegar were in abundance. Each course was served in a very 'production line' manner, Duck and Beans were great as was the Steak and Watercress. There was a solid collection of beers, wines and ciders but puzzlingly not all were on the menu and you had to watch what other diners were drinking to see what was available.
It was a nice meal and tapas like but overall the owners need a trip to El Gato Nero to see how it is really done.

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Thank squirtit_green
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Reviewed 18 March 2010

We were on a weekend trip to West Wales and had checked in early to the nearby Grove Hotel outside of Narberth when the owner of the hotel suggested we have lunch at Ultracomida. After finding parking in the town lot across the main street, we went into the small, but well stocked deli alive with a cavern of cheeses, olives, meats, etc. and there at the back there was already a queue of people lined up. We almost didn't wait. I am glad we did. There aren't many table, but we got a few places at the bar and were quickly served a menu, fresh homemade bread, olive oil, and some fantastic olives. The menu isn't large either, but we chose the Tortillas de Papas and some assorted meats. Wow. I wish we had ordered a million Tortillas de Papas. It is a quiche-like dish with potato and cheese and egg and was simply outstanding, truly delicious. The meats were also excellent, salamis, etc. To be honest, it is the best food I have eaten in years and after lunch my wife and we truly considered moving to Narberth just to be closer to the restaurant. Good thing they have another one in Aberystwyth, maybe we will move there instead. By all means, if you are anywhere near, eat there. It's worth the trip.

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Thank Poetman
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