Good news for guests of our Llandudno hotel and local foodies this weekend – the annual Conwy Food Festival is returning! The festival will be taking place over the 21st and 23rd of October.
Stalls will begin to open on Friday night, locally brewed craft beers and freshly made wood fired pizzas are just a taste of what the stalls will have to offer. At 7pm on Friday, a fireworks display will be taking place over the quay.
Over 100 food and drink stalls will appear on Conwy quay this weekend. With stalls featuring foods from across the globe, visitors have the opportunity to sample delicacies from Germany, India, Nigeria, Thailand and many more.
Caffi V, Harvies Ltd, and Paella Pwllheli stalls will be serving up tasty vegetarian and vegan options for those with dietary requirements, including vegetarian paella, pies, and vegan cakes.
For budding chefs, cookery demonstrations will also be held this year. Visitors can join Mama Basu in making their own traditional Moroccan Chickpea Tagine. Admission is free with a wristband, and cooking sessions will take place hourly between 11am – 3pm each day.
The real ale marquee will be up, where visitors can sample and buy locally produced ales. For fans of fizz, the Cava Van will be serving glasses of Prosecco and Bucks Fizz all weekend.
Confident that you could tell the difference between a £50 bottle over a £5 bottle of wine? Test your wine knowledge by taking part in the Blind Wine Tasting event at 5.20pm on Saturday (Academy Kitchen, Vicarage Gardens).
As well as all the food and drink, live music will be played from Friday night to Sunday. The live music will feature local acts, and will include a range of genres to suit all moods – blues, reggae, ukulele and choir.
Wristbands for the Conwy Feast cost £13.60 for the weekend or £8.60 for a single day visit. Children under 16 go free if accompanied by a paying adult. Locals of Conwy are eligible for a 20% discount.
For more information about the Gwledd Conwy Feast, visit the official website.