As much as we love Ultracomida’s food, we love their business model even more.
The great produce in the deli is a reason to visit the restaurant.
And the great food in the restaurant is then a reason to visit the deli.
Symbiosis. It’s made Ultracomida a thriving business with a hatful of awards.
And if they’re going to offer good-value evening meals, then how could we resist?
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‘Med Delight’ is a replacement of the unlamented ‘Agra’ on North Parade.
However, with the Morrocan ‘Casablanca’, Greek ‘Olive Branch’, several good Italians and tapas bars in Aberystwyth, we now have more Mediterranean restaurants per capita than Algeria or Zante.
So has this newcomer done enough to make itself heard in the noisy west-Wales Kasbah?
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Llanfihangel y Creuddyn being such a mouthful has to be a good omen for the food in this rural gastro-pub.
It’s always in the posh papers, it’s in the CAMRA and Good Food Guides, and everyone seems to have been.
Can Y Ffarmers live up to the hype?
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A European deli in Aber that offers home cooked food as well?
Should Ultra Comida be more worried about Agnelli’s than about La Taberna?
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La Taberna was the first Spanish restaurant in Aberystwyth and remains
a proper tapas bar – but is it worth paying more than at the more celebrated Ultra Comida?
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After a shaky start to the season, Aberystwyth Town have dragged themselves to mid-table obscurity in the Welsh Premier.
One league table they do head, however, is that for Cheapest Sunday lunch in Aber.
Lunch for Bethan & I, plus her two hungry grandsons, came in with change from a twenty. Two cokes plus an OJ-lemonade was £3. Anyone who can undercut Wetherspoons is worth a look.
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