About Narberth Food Festival at Narberth
Narberth Food Festival will be back for the 23rd time this September 23rd and 24th with two days of family-friendly food themed entertainment.
Narberth Food Festival has built up a reputation as a fun and welcoming foodie event. With food stalls, cookery demonstrations, music, street theatre and children’s activities, it’s the perfect Pembrokeshire day out for food fans of all ages. The Festival has earned a reputation for its progressive chefs’ demonstrations and masterclasses and this year will be no exception.
Tempting appetites at this year’s Narberth Food Festival will be some of the cream of the crop of Pembrokeshire’s own home-grown talent.
Packed with innovative and award-winning restaurants, pubs and producers, the county has a bountiful crop of culinary professionals all passionate about promoting local food and produce. And a fine selection from the county and beyond will be joining food broadcaster, chef and festival patron Angela Gray for the festival at the Town Moor, Narberth.
Local chefs set to take to the food theatre stage include Michelle Evans, of Paternoster Farm, near Pembroke, whose offering was named among the Good Food Guide’s ‘100 Best Local Restaurants of 2023’.
Also gaining plaudits is The Angel in Narberth, where Haverfordwest born and raised Michael Inker, leads the kitchen brigade.The 18th century coaching inn has once again been shortlisted for a Good Food Award with voting underway for the 2024 awards. Inker honed his skills in a variety of kitchens and took courses at prestigious institutions to expand his experiences and is passionate about giving customers a taste of the best.
Orsola Muscia, aka The Tailor Made Chef, spent 19 years cooking for Eton College and VIPs as a private chef and has a passion for sharing knowledge and skills. Now based near Narberth she has worked with several councils to help families cook healthy meals and regularly runs cookery lessons to share her passion for food and cooking.
Jonathan Williams, the man behind the Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company, Cafe Mor and The Old Point House, Angle, will be joined by head chef Charlie Cowgill-Pang to share their passion for what our coast has to offer. The pub specialises in Pembrokeshire seafood and innovative seaweed dishes, claiming to be the “first pub to have its own secret sea garden.
Entertainment and food go hand in hand at Narberth Food Festival which has a strong track record for supporting the best of local and Welsh talent. Once again toe-tapping live music will entertain the crowds with super soloists and great bands taking to the stage
Free park and ride shuttle buses will be operating from the north and south sides of the town.
out for signs at SA67 7FE (N) and SA67 8RG (S).
There will be a voluntary collection for charities at the car park sites.
Festival Site - Town Moor, Narberth