Welsh food & drink

From restaurants and cafés to delis and farmers markets, Wales is a place to delight your taste buds. Sweet or savoury, meat or vegetarian, Welsh food and drink has never been so diverse. With so much to choose from, the dilemma lies in deciding where and what to eat.

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Demonstration at Abergavenny Food Festival
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Romantic restaurants

Fine dining always tops the list when it comes to ideas for warming the fires of love.

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With a thriving Food Festival in Abergavenny and an impressive quota of award-winning restaurants and a healthy appetite for fresh local produce, southeast Wales is heaven for foodies. Down here, there’s always something cooking.

Homemade Welsh cakes
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Traditional Welsh recipes

Modern Welsh cooking is about the top-quality ingredients, lamb from mountains and saltmarshes, Welsh beef, Carmarthen ham, and abundant seafood.

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Afternoon tea and cakes in front of bay window
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Welsh afternoon tea

We’ve picked a few places where you can enjoy afternoon tea in style.

Demonstration at Abergavenny Food Festival
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Good Food Nation

Food writer and broadcaster Simon Wright thinks Wales is one of Europe’s great culinary nations.

The Ocean seafood menu and fish and chips taster selection at the Purple Poppadom
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Top Cardiff eateries

Crafted coffee, spicy poppadoms, fresh seafood – Cardiff’s restaurants offer tempting food for all.

Hawarden Estate Farm Shop
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Retail therapy

Discover Wales the True Taste best shopping experiences for 2012 – 2013.

Adam Vincent holding a pig at Trehale Farm in Pembrokeshire.
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Organic goodness

Pembrokeshire food producer Adam Vincent is at the heart of the food revolution in Wales.