Cardiff International Food & Drink Festival

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Cardiff International Food & Drink Festival

July 8July 10

The city’s original celebration of street food and home grown produce promises to be a mouth-watering paradise for families and food lovers.

Find out more about this year’s exhibitors and where they’ll be on site

As Wales’s biggest free food festival, the event boasts over 100 local, national and international producers and continues to be one of the most popular highlights of the Cardiff Festival summer-in-the-city events programme.

Producers’ Fayre Street Food Piazza
Friday: 12pm-9pm Friday: 12pm-10pm
Saturday: 11am-9pm Saturday: 11am-10pm
Sunday: 11pm-7pm Sunday: 11am-7pm
Farmers’ Market Craft Stalls
Friday: 12pm-7pm Friday: 12pm-9pm
Saturday: 11am-7pm Saturday: 11am-9pm
Sunday: 11am-7pm Sunday: 11am-7pm

Visitors can explore a host of stalls at the Producer’s Fayre and Farmer’s Market, many of which are independent or family run businesses and have interesting stories to tell about their produce. There is plenty of opportunity to sample and buy some of the best farmhouse cheeses, artisan breads, handmade chocolates and specialist liqueurs to name a few.

The event welcomes a huge portion of street food vendors as well as numerous bars including the Champagne Bar on the water’s edge, craft stalls and live music. This remains one of the capital’s favourite summer dishes with highlights for 2016 including lobster and crab dishes from Pembrokeshire, charcoal BBQ kebabs, falafels, Greek Souvlaki and locally sourced ribeye steaks slow cooked over charcoal.

Producers’ Fayre
Blacks Cheese Blaenavon Cheese Company Ltd Caws Cenarth Cheese
Celtic Country Wines Celtic Spirit Co Cherry Tree Wales
Clam’s Handmade Cakes Condessa Welsh Liqueurs Cowpots
Dewi Roberts Butchers Dimkin’s Patisserie Dockwoods
Dream Blue Trading Company Elm Tree Foods Fudge Factory
Gilly’s Gwatkin Cider Co Ltd Gwynt y Ddraig Cider & Perry
Hallets Cider Hay Wines Ltd Homemade Country Preserves
Hot Roasted Nuts Johnson’s Toffees Little Jack Horners Lts
Llaeth y Llan / Village Dairy Llanfaes Dairy Ice Cream Love Patisserie
Lymm Bank Farm Narna’s Perfick Pork Ltd
Radnor Hills Ralf’s Cider Company Riverford Organics
Roberts Country Fayre RubyBlue Spirits samosaco
Selwyns Penclawdd Seafood Shaldon Bakery Snowdonia Cheese Co Ltd
Stuttgart Subzero Ice Cream The Chocolate Brownie Company
The Dangerous Food Company The Fudge Box The Garlic Farm
The Gift of Oil The Handmade Scotch Egg Company The Original Welsh Oggie Pie Co
Ty Gwyn Cider Wessex Pantry Wild Fig (The Fruit Garden Ltd)
Street Food Piazza
Café Mor (Beach Food Co) Cambrian Organics Churtopia
Joe’s Ice Cream Meat and Greek Mela Street Food
Morgan’s Family Butcher Old Granary Pierogi Roly Poly
Taste of Persia The Glamorgan Vale Hog Roast The Kenyan Indian
The Parsnipship The Spanish Buffet The Welsh Creperie
Welsh Venison Centre Yum Yum
Farmers’ Market
Asia Spicebox Batch Farm Cheese Makers Ltd Big Bakes Bakery
Cardiff Fairtrade Carn Edwards Meats Claire’s Kitchen
Cottage Sweets Cwm Deri Vineyards Delicia Cakes
Delicia Teas Food Station Wales French Flavour
Fresh as a Daisy Fudgeheaven Gingerbeard’s Preserves
Heather’s Harvest Huckleberry Treats Little Welsh Deli
Monkhide Wines and Liqueurs Mountainview Icecream & Milkshakes Mr Fitzpatricks Cordials
Narna’s Oh Sugarplum! Pieroth Ltd
Popty Cara Quality Welsh Plants (Drwytho) R&G Authentic Thai Curry Paste
Retro Shots Riverside Market Association Rowlestone Farmhouse Icecream
samosaco Shelly’s Foods Stainswick Farm Oil LLP
Storm Promotions Taste of Persia The Strawberry Stop
Toffoc Ltd Tudor Brewery Untapped Brewing Co
Upton Cheyney Chilli Co Varsity Coffee Vegi Deli (Comtempo Catering)
Williams Handbaked Ltd Wiltshire Chilli Farm Yara’s Fudge
Farmers’ Market Catering
Mr Croquewich Passion and Pride Catering Roly Poly Ltd
The Mighty Soft Shell Crab

Running alongside the Wales Millennium Centre are nearly 30 craft stalls selling handcrafted pottery, glass, unusual jewellery, children’s and welsh themed gifts and much more. Visitors can soak up the atmosphere with a live music programme daily, starting at noon and continuing through the day until 9.45pm on Friday and Saturday (until 7pm on Sunday).

Find out more about this year’s exhibitors and where they’ll be on site

Music at the Bandstand

                      Friday Saturday Sunday
12pm Madassa Grace Hartrey Chris Rees
1pm Rumblestrutters Samba Oba Li Harding and Garry Phillips band
2pm The Class of 58 Immigrant Swing Bartoune
3pm Harare Railroad Bill Chris Rees
4pm Son Guarachando Baila La Cumbia Li Harding and Garry Phillips band
5pm Madassa Grace Hartrey Bartoune
6pm Rumblestrutters Samba Oba Chris Rees
7pm The Class of 58 Immigrant Swing  
8pm Harare Railroad Bill
9pm Son Gurachando Baila La Cumbia

Music at the Farmers’ Market

Friday Saturday Sunday
12.30pm Em and Karl Peel your own spuds Manouche Saloon
2.30pm Em and Karl Peel your own spuds Manouche Saloon
4.30pm Em and Karl Peel your own spuds Manouche Saloon

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