Welsh food and drink is a secret worth sharing. Welsh food has a long-established reputation for distinctiveness and quality and prides itself on supplying some of the finest produce. Its very landscape reflects freshness and variety. Wales can offer something to meet every customer need.
Traditional Welsh foods include cheeses, crempog, bara brith and cawl - a rich stew made with bacon, scraps of Welsh lamb and vegetables including Wales' emblem, the leek.
A great way to find out about food in Wales is to visit local Farmer’s markets, delis and farm shops. At many locations throughout Wales you can meet the farmers and you can buy award-winning local food direct from the experts.
Michelin Starred Restaurants in Wales
Wales has 5 Michelin-starred restaurants across Wales. Add one to the list of places to eat when you visit Wales:
Gourmet Wales - the online deli for luxury Welsh food - is determined to champion the unsung heroes of Welsh food production. The recently launched deli, which is a sister enterprise to Welsh Rarebits, has discovered a host of outstanding producers beavering away throughout Wales.