The renowned Pembrokeshire Fish Week is back after an absence of two years and it will be bigger and better than ever.
Restaurants and cafes all over the county will be putting on delicious fish inspired menus from Saturday, 22nd June to Sunday, 30th June.
New this year is a family-style feast at Runwayskiln in Marloes, seafood brunch at Ffwrn in Fishguard, ‘Taste of the Sea’ at the Grove Hotel in Narberth, a Spanish evening at Martha’s Vineyard in Milford Haven – and much, much more.
The festival is packed to the gills with cookery demos, beach activity days, fishing lessons, foraging, seafood specials, guided coast walks, wildlife events, and much more.
For families, there’s fishy craft, songs and story-telling, crabbing competitions, rock-pooling and push netting, beach sculpture, boat trips plus fantastic fun days at Milford Haven, Dale, Goodwick and Saundersfoot.
One of the highlights of the festival is a celebrity cookery masterclass by Welsh celebrity chef, Bryn Williams, Chef Patron of Odettes in Primrose Hill and Somerset House. The evening will be compared by restauranteur Simon Wright of Wrights Food Emporium and will be held at the Merlin Theatre, Pembrokeshire College on Monday, 24th June.
Pembrokeshire Fish Week festival opens on Saturday, June 22nd with the Milford Fish Festival – a free family-friendly fun day at Milford Haven’s Mackerel Quay organised by Milford Waterfront.
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