Juboraj Mill Lane

For well over twenty years there has been a Juboraj in Cardiff. At the heart of Cardiff’s thriving Café Quarter lies the city centers best loved Indian restaurant.

Juboraj Mill Lane

With a warm welcome and friendly attentive staff you can be sure that time spent at a Juboraj, whether it be a light lunch, a pre-theatre bite or a candlelit evening meal, will be time well spent.

Juboraj Mill Lane

The Juboraj pride themselves on combining traditional authentic dishes with a fresh new contemporary approach bringing you the best flavours the Indian sub-continent has to offer.

The Juboraj Guarantee

We take pride in the quality of our food. We use only the highest quality New Zealand Lamb and Welsh Beef, Finest 100% fresh chicken breast and the freshest seafood available, in our dishes.

St. David’s Day at the Juboraj

Yesterday, March 1st, saw the National St. David’s Day Parade making it’s way through the streets of Cardiff. Crowds of onlookers watched on as the parade marched from Cathays Park, Cardiff’s civic centre, along a route that saw it make it’s way down the Hayes and past the Juboraj in Mill Lane, before entering the Castle for an afternoon of Celtic entertainment.

The Juboraj Group has sponsored the parade for a number of years now and this year was no different. After the march and providing entertainment in the castle grounds the Scots pipe band, California & District Pipe Band made their way to the Juboraj on Mill Lane to perform outside the restaurant before making their way in to enjoy the now traditional St. David’s Day Curry. They were soon joined by Circle Celtique ‘Tal ouzo Tal’, a troop of Dancers all the way from Brittany.

St. David himself, Mike Peterson, entertained the pipe band with poetry and singing before tucking in to the curry himself. He was known as St. David the water drinker and he needed a glass or two to quench the fire of the Juboraj’s signature dish Chicken Kolahpuri.

The Scots pipers, who know their curry, said they’d not tasted a curry this good before. High praise indeed!

Photographs ©Copyright Dan Peterson 2015

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