A pasta-making master class with a top Welsh chef is amongst the many treats on the menu for the 12th Narberth Food Festival.
Michelin-starred Stephen Terry (pictured) will be serving up tips to create tantalising tagliatelle and supreme spaghetti during the lively two-day event. Family fun, street entertainment, an art and craft extravaganza, talks and workshops, a pudding competition and plenty of food, glorious food will all add to the mix of this friendly festival, which takes place in the Pembrokeshire town on September 25th and 26th.
Other chefs lining up to perform in the festival’s Food Theatre are its patron, Angela Gray; Dudley Newbery, Wayne Delve and Ludovic Dieumegard.
The not-for-profit community event is run entirely by volunteers and has built up an enviable reputation over the years.
Said festival chairman Jackie Palit: “We will never be the biggest food festival, but a lot of people - including customers, stallholders and chefs - tell us that we are the friendliest and the most enjoyable.”