The Pembrokeshire Fish Week festival is almost upon us - only 19 days to go!

Fish Week HQ have put together 9 fabulous locations to sample Pembrokeshire’s finest seafood.

That’s one lunch for every day of the festival so it would be rude not to try them...all!

  1. Lunch on a local crab, pink mojo sauce and Welshman’s caviar butter foccacia or a Cnwd potted salmon and horseradish ciabatta at the Gourmet Pig deli Fishguard.
  1. Feast on Fish in the Blas y Tir pop up restaurant at the festival open day on Milford Fish docks. Choose dishes created by 6 of the county’s best known chefs.

Opening day Fish Week

  1. Have a wild picnic and sea shore forage with Wild about Pembrokeshire on a north Pembrokeshire beach.
  1. Straight from the reservoir. Freshly caught trout fillets served with lemon thyme or garlic butter and Pembrokeshire new potatoes at Llys Y Fran reservoir water side restaurant.
  1. Try a seafood special:  Pembrokeshire crab thermidore or a crab and leek pastry and there’s always the local mackerel,  all served at The Boat House Tearoom, Stackpole Quay

 

  1. Trendy Bay Fish Tacos: cod served with summer salsa and fresh lemon and lime aioli in a warm tortilla. Grab this fishy delight at The Castle Inn, Newport.
  1. Homemade fish chowder to crab pancakes and fish cakes will all be on offer at the Whitesands Bay beach café.
  1. The Refectory at St Davids Cathedral have created a smoked salmon and laverbread quiche complete with baby roast potatoes, a salad selection plus a glass of chilled Sauvignon blanc.
  1. Savour seasonal simplicity at its best . Try fresh Abercastle mackerel or Porthgain crab, with new potatoes and salad at The Ship Inn, Trefin.

Never been to Pembrokeshire Fish Week? Read what award winning food writer Christopher Hirst thought as he experienced the festival for the first time.

WEATHER
 Just come back from a week’s break in St Davids - loved the area completely, and the local people are brilliant. Highly recommended is a boat trip to Ramsey Island.  
Adam, Somerset

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