There are few things more quintessentially British than taking afternoon tea or tucking into a cream tea. However, the Wimbledon tennis tournament, which is held every July, could be a contender. This is possibly why sampling dainty finger sandwiches as well as jam and cream laden scones while the tournament is being held, is the thing to do. The fact strawberries and clotted cream are, of course, a big part of Wimbledon could also be something to do with it! Throughout the duration of the tournament we are serving ‘afternoon tea’ and cream teas here at The Qube so you won’t feel like you’re missing out. Although you won’t be watching the drama unfold from the picnic park at the All England Tennis Club, you can still feel a part of it in our stylish restaurant in the beautiful town of Tenby. If you’re…

Come and celebrate Pembrokeshire Fish Week with us here at The Qube. This award-winning festival is a celebration of seafood as well as the county’s spectacular coastline, award-winning beaches and fascinating maritime heritage. Although it will end this Sunday 30th June, there are still plenty of events and activities, out of the 250 which will have been held, that you can take part in. Including cookery demonstrations and educational talks. Towns up and down the county also get involved throughout the week, for example Saundersfoot is hosting a festival on the harbour on Sunday 30th June. Of course, one activity which must be done as part of Fish Week is sampling delicious seafood. As a restaurant which is proud to be in the beautiful seaside town of Tenby, we thought it is only right that we offer a variety of skilfully prepared seafood dishes….

Qube Restaurant

We have an opening at the Qube; Part-time Server Position. The award-winning Qube has exciting news! The restaurant will unveil its new look, created by interior designers, KD Designs Ltd. The restaurant – which, for all its charm and popularity, was beginning to look rather dated, will have a modern makeover ready for the Christmas period. We have an opening for a part time server position. The Qube serve great food from breakfast right through till dinner without stopping. Inside and out (in the summer), from bustling mornings to quick lunch breaks and cosy, candlelit dinners, we are busy all day. What we are looking for? • A proven track record of delivering exceptional service in a fast paced environment • Fluent English • Excellent communication skills • Be able to work effectively as part of a team What do you need to do…

Tenby Christmas

Welcome to the Qube Restaurant Christmas Party Menu, you will find all you need to wine, dine and be merry this Christmas. We have exciting news at the Qube; the restaurant will unveil its new look, created by interior designers, KD Designs Ltd. The opening night will be on Friday 25th November. The restaurant – which, for all its charm and popularity, was beginning to look rather dated, will have a modern makeover ready for the Christmas period. Our Christmas menu is available as a pre-order and Christmas reservations start from Friday 25th November to Saturday 24th December. We also offer a FREE bottle of wine for bookings over 8 people when having our delicious Christmas menu. If you want something a little different, please come and talk to the team and we will endeavor to create your ideal Christmas party. Throughout the Christmas…

Restaurant Tenby

Winners of the 102.5 Radio Pembrokeshire Food, Drink & Hospitality Award 2016! The Qube Restaurant and Qube Catering have been awards the 102.5 Radio Pembrokeshire Food, Drink and Hospitality Award 2016. Matthew, Claire and the team have put a lot of love and work into the business and are extremely proud and touched by its praise and achievement. Thank you to all our customers and suppliers for voting for us.

Restaurant Tenby

The Qube has become a well-known, trusted brand in Tenby over the years, its owners and staff are passionate about being and exciting and reliable place to dine. Owner Matthew Ronowitz, born and bred in Pembrokeshire sparked his passion for food and catering at the age of 13, where he got his first job washing up in the Blueberry’s restaurant, little did he know that the building he was spending his days in would one day be his. He spent several years working in the catering and hospitality industry before his work ethic and passion were acknowledged, leading to him becoming manager of Blueberries Café and Restaurant as just 17 years of age. Blueberries owners Matt and Ruth Goldwait were well regarded within the community for their business acumen and high quality food, and Matthew saw this as an opportunity to learn and nurture…