The New Curiosity

Eating Out in Carmarthenshire

The New Curiosity

The New Curiosity restaurant is the first venture for husband and wife partnership Daniel and Rachel Williams. Daniel with over twelve years experience as a chef has worked in many a prestigious kitchen and also regularly appears on S4C’s daytime programme “Prynhawn Da” giving cooking tips and demonstrations. “My first true passion is food, be it eating or cooking. I feel extremely fortunate to have the opportunity to live and work in an area with such an abundance of fresh quality produce, be it fish from the Towy river to the fantastic Gower Salt Marsh Lamb. I truly believe that we must make the most of our fruitful lands and we make every effort to use these commodities.” We offer both light and formal lunches, a la carte evening meals which can be enjoyed in the relaxed atmosphere and understated modern decor of the grade listed building.

Author's Review

Our Address

20a King Street,
Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, SA31 1BH

View on Map
 
View on Map
Reveal More

Image Gallery

Click on a photograph to view in a larger format

 

Location

View the map below to see where we are and to get directions.

Nearby Accommodation:
The Ivy Bush Royal Hotel
The Ivy Bush Royal Hotel
The Ivy Bush Royal has long welcomed leisure and business guests in considerable comfort and style.Once a favoured retreat for Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton,...
Full Details
Baytree Cottage B&B & Self Catering
Baytree Cottage B&B & Self Catering
At Baytree Cottage we offer friendly, stylish accommodation, just 2 miles from Carmarthen. Very easy to find us, just off the M4/A48. Our B&B is a newly traditional built house set in its own grounds,...
Full Details
Baytree Cottage B&B & Self Catering
Baytree Cottage B&B & Self Catering
At Baytree Cottage we offer friendly, stylish accommodation, just 2 miles from Carmarthen. Very easy to find us, just off the M4/A48. Our B&B is a newly traditional built house set in its own grounds,...
Full Details
Nearby Attractions:
Merlin’s Hill Centre
Merlin’s Hill Centre
Merlin’s Hill has, at its summit, the site of an Iron Age Hillfort. Dating back to around 400 B.C., it is one of the few large hillforts in West Wales whose size alone suggests ...
Full Details
The British Bird of Prey of Centre
The British Bird of Prey of Centre
The British Bird of Prey Centre is a specialist collection of British raptors, focussing on the welfare and conservation of our native species of birds of prey. ...
Full Details
National Botanic Garden of Wales
National Botanic Garden of Wales
Our mission to inspire, educate and conserve has not only made us a beautiful place to visit but a fascinating and relevant one too. We have an amazing collection of...
Full Details