Mothers Day at Juboraj
Each restaurant is holding it’s own Mothers Day events. Please check individual restaurant pages for details.
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
National St David’s Day Parade
The National St. David’s Day Parade takes place on Sunday March 1st in Cardiff City centre. This non-military parade is an opportunity for those who live in Wales, regardless of age, ethnic or social background, to join a dignified and imaginative celebration of Welsh heritage and culture. This year the Parade will start outside Cardiff City Hall.To
Valentine’s Day – February 14th
Juboraj Valentine’s Day LOVE Curry, LOVE Juboraj!
ELVIS NIGHT – a great success!
On the 24th June Juboraj Rhiwbina held another one of it’s famous and very popular ELVIS Nights. Featuring the J C Aron award winning Elvis tribute act. The evening was even more successful than last time, attracting a younger audience than previous evenings and raising hundreds of pounds for the Rhiwbina Village Events Committee.
St. David’s Day parade at the Juboraj
On Saturday March 1st the National St. David’s Parade took place in Cardiff. The parade has been growing for many years and this year saw one of the largest ever. As it was a Saturday the streets were packed with even more onlookers than usual enjoying the carnival atmosphere as choirs, singers, traditional Welsh folk
Mother’s Day – March 30th 2014
All Juboraj Restaurants are open on Mother’s Day this year so why not book a special meal for your mum. It’s got to be better than a bunch of flowers?! Please see respective pages for each restaurant for details. Or call the restaurant of your choice for further information or to make a reservation.
Wales beat France at the Juboraj Rhiwbina
The Wales v France match was shown at the Juboraj in Rhiwbina on their giant 10′ High Definition projection screen. As Wales smashed France, winning by 27 points to 6, a sold out crowd enjoyed a very special atmosphere. There was singing and plenty of excitement as the game progressed and a half time buffet