14 Market Square, Narberth SA67 7AU
There is a profusion of places to have lunch in Narberth, but in our opinion there was only one real option. I mean to say, when you see a Kurdish restaurant, you don't pass it up in preference for ordinary pub food. We surveyed the menu, and chose two of the meat dishes, both involving spicy beef, and ordered a glass of wine each and some water. Nick actually made the better choice for once. His beef was served in a sort of wrap that was folded like an omelette and served with salad garnish. Mine was served on a filo pasty base stuffed with feta cheese. I had mistakenly assumed that the feta would be between the meat and pastry, but no, it was actually in the pastry resulting in a very soggy and solid base to the meat. I ate only the crispy bits round the edge, and it was still filling.
Allowing for this we enjoyed the experience and would certainly be more confident now in a Kurdish restaurant should we come across another!