Foodies have been faced with something of a dilemma at the capital’s biggest food festival this weekend in Cardiff Bay – what to eat!
With mountains of colourful cupcakes, trays of mouthwatering macarons, platefuls of churros and stacks of sugar-coated Welsh cakes along with savouries like crabrolls and vegetable curries, the choices at the Cardiff International Food and Drink Festival can be mind-boggling.
The annual festival is one of the highlights on the city’s social calendar and brings thousands of visitors to Cardiff Bay keen to tuck into the local, national and international produce and soak up the atmosphere.
Musicians have been on hand to entertain the weekend crowds at the Bay’s Roald Dahl Plass and as well as food from more than 100 different producers.
The event features a Farmer’s Market, Street Food Piazza and Producer’s Fair.
Visitors can also browse the 30 craft stalls selling handcrafted pottery, glass, jewellery and children’s items as well as Welsh-themed gifts.
The Cardiff International Food and Drink Festival continues on Sunday from 11am