Cobra’s Eat Out To Help Out extension scheme throughout the month of September 2020. Every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. • 20% discount on food only (dine in). Maximum discount £10 per head* • Buy one Cobra, get one Cobra free, per person* *Please ask a member of staff for more details.
Following the huge success of the government’s Eat Out To Help Out scheme in August – to support the restaurant industry following the effects of Covid-19; Cobra Beer have partneredwith a number of restaurants, including the Juboraj, to provide support throughout the month of September 2020.
Please note that this applies to any Cobra products that are sold within the participating restaurant, including Cobra Premium draught, Cobra Premium 330ml, Cobra Premium 660ml, Cobra Zero 330ml, Cobra Gluten Free 330ml, Malabar IPA draft, King Cobra 275ml. Promotion excludes King Cobra 750ml. The deal is capped at one free drink per person, over the age of 18, as long as food is ordered alongside Cobra. Promotion lasts from 1st to 30th September 2020, on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays only. 20% discounts on food only (dine in). Maximum discount £10 per head. Participating restaurants are oblidged to run the promotion responsibly, including the right to refuse to serve alcohol for the purposes of alcogol responsibility. Any tax liability for this benefit is between Cobra and the restaurant is the resposibility of the restaurant. This intiative’s promoter is CBPL.
The Juboraj Rhiwbina have been doing what they can to help the frontline workers at the NHS during this difficult time. So far they have provided almost 300 freshly made, hot, cooked meals. Chef DMC and his team will be providing at least another 200 over the coming days. We’ve been very pleased that the NHS staff have even taken the trouble to say thank you for the meals. One nurses from Rhiwbina took the time after a long shift to drop a thank you note to through the letterbox! The Public Health Wales Microbiology team took it in turns to eat theirs so they could maintain their distancing.
Ana Miah, managing director at Juboraj, says they wish they could do more and is pleased they could help in this small way.
There was a great deal of chat, laughter and singing at the Juboraj Rhiwbina on the evening of the 14th November when the Rotary Club of Cardiff Breakfast worked in partnership with the Juboraj Rhiwbina to raise £996.5 for Cervical, Breast and Ovarian Cancer, Parkinson and 5C’s charities.
The authentic dishes prepared were outstanding and the Juboraj staff worked tirelessly throughout the evening to make it such a success.
Entertainment was provided by ‘The Chords’ an ensemble of ‘mature’ singers who regularly perform at charity fund raising events. The Chords was formed 20 years ago to entertain Cardiff Royal Infirmary Stroke Patients and has provided pleasure to thousands of people.
Prior to the evening the Rotary Club of Cardiff Breakfast had a collection for the Rohingya Refugee Appeal. District Governor Maggie Hughes presented Ana Miah founder of the Juboraj with a cheque for the Bangladesh UK Environmental Foundation.