Narberth Food Festival 2017

There are tastes and treats galore in store at the annual Narberth Food Festival on September 23 and 24.

The popular event’s lively menu of food and fun has earned it the reputation of the friendliest food festival in Wales.

Live entertainment, guest chefs, a pop-up cookery school, gin masterclasses and children’s activities added to the mix alongside food, glorious food on over 50 stalls, make Narberth Food Festival  a great event for foodies, fun-lovers and families alike.

NFF 2017

The event’s Food Theatre features an exciting cast of chefs, including insect cookery champion, Andy Holcroft from Grub Kitchen, St Davids and festival patron Angela Gray, serving up recipes from her new seasonal book series.

NFF Angela Gray

Said Angela: “Narberth Food Festival is very special to me.

“I love the people, the town with all its fabulous shops and the community support there.

“There is such a feast of activities on offer; local people are so welcoming and there’s a real buzz in the air.”

Festival can also book in to make Big Bangers and find out the secrets of Spice World in the pop-up cookery school with Angela and former festival chairman Jackie Palit.

Joining them in the Food Theatre will be Allister Barsby, executive chef at The Grove, Narberth; Stephen Terry of The Hardwick,Abergavenny; Tom Hunt from the Dragon Inn, Narberth; Italian creative chef Orsola Muscia and Pembrokeshire produce champion Guy Morris.

NFF 2017 - paella

So sample it all for yourself! Narberth Food Festival is open from 10am to 6pm on Saturday September 23 and 10am-4pm on Sunday September 24.

Admission is £4 on the Saturday, £3 on the Sunday or £5 for a weekend ticket. Under 18s free. Pop-up cookery school and gin masterclasses bookable on the day, £5.

For more details visit Narberth Food Festival.

WEATHER
 I have just had one of the best weekends ever, it was fantastic to experience coasteering. I have never laughed so much in my life! 
Louise, Bristol

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