70 food and drink businesses set to attend Admiral Newport Food Festival

Wales food
Curry On The Curve. Newport

More than 70 food and drink exhibitors have confirmed their attendance at the Admiral Newport Food Festival on October 3.

A Lot Of Waffle
A Lot Of Waffle

Exhibitors based in Newport will include A Lot of Waffle – a new company selling American waffles with sweet and savoury toppings, Big Fish Little Fish –a business  sells crayfish nachos, Curry on the Curve – selling healthy Indian cuisine, Noodles in a Box, and Pulled Pork People. All these businesses will be exhibiting for the first time.

Two of Newport’s newest restaurants will also be showcasing their dishes, Meat Bar and Grill located on Clytha Park Road and Mojo The Foodbar on Clarence Place.

Mojo has Andy Beaumont at the helm. He has previously worked at Michelin-starred restaurant Tyddn Llan and also starred in the BBC series, Great British Menu last year.

Other city-based businesses with stalls are the Café at Ridgeway and Ruperra Arms in Bassaleg.

Avril’s Country Kitchen and Needham’s fishmonger’s based in Newport Indoor Market  will return to the event which celebrates its fifth birthday this year. There will be locally produced Welsh cakes from Fresh as a Daisy. All of these businesses have supported the festival since the very first one in 2011.

The brewery with the Great British Beer Festival’s champion beer of Britain, Cwtch, the Tiny Rebel Brewing Company, will also be in attendance.  Gower Cottage Brownies and Meat and Greek Ltd, regulars at the recent Street Food Circus in Cardiff will also be in Newport.

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