Pembrokeshire Street Food Festival comes to Tenby this June!

Three days of glorious food, drink and music by the beach.

Grab your bucket and spade and head over to Tenby South Beach car park from Friday 16th to Sunday 18th June for a weekend of fantastic food, scorching sunshine (fingers crossed) and delicious drinks. 

Pembrokeshire Street Food Festival - tenby

Pembrokeshire Street Food Festival will be welcoming a collaboration of local, regional, and national street food caterers to the sunny seaside town on the first weekend of the summer holidays. From gourmet seafood and tantalising burgers to award-winning Welsh produce, there will be something to tickle everybody’s taste buds!

La Ffroga, Pakora Pod, R&B Soul Food, Coffi Cwrt and Pembrokeshire's X-Ray Cafe, with their ever popular fish tacos, are amongst some of the marvellous street food vendors joining us this year, with many more to still be announced!  Visitors will discover and taste a range of exciting produce from all over the world. 

X-Ray Cafe - fish taco
A fully licensed bar will be offering lagers, craft beers and cocktails. For those driving, low ABV lagers and mocktails will also be available to ensure that nobody misses out on the opportunity to taste great dishes with refreshingly cold beverages.

Pembrokeshire Street Food festival

The fun doesn’t stop there, entry to the event is completely free. Bring your friends, family and four legged friends – everyone is welcome!

Tudor Barber, Manager of Pembrokeshire Street Food Festival said:

“We’ve worked on a lot of street food festivals and events over the past couple of years, but this is the one the team are most excited about! The location is amazing, the variety of food vendors is mouth-watering, and the time of year is ideal! We want the event to be accessible to everyone, so entry is completely free. The food on offer will cater for everyone’s needs; from vegan and vegetarian, to gluten free etc”

To guarantee entry, book your free ticket here 

Why not take a short break to explore the event and more of Pembrokeshire - there's load to do if you spend 48 hours in Tenby. You'll probably have time to fit in a trip to Caldey Island - don't forget to bring back their chocolate. Delish!

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