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The Dartmouth Food Festival 2017


20th between 20th T - 22nd


he Dartmouth Food Festival is now in its 15th year and over 20,000 people flock to see chefs in action in the beautiful town. It takes place and 22nd


october October and the main Festival


days to visit are Friday, Saturday and Sunday where there’ll be a wide array of market stalls, celebrity Chef Demonstrations and other activities going on.


As a non-profit organisation, the Festival team are


always looking at what we can do in the local community and the long-standing children’s day is something of which they’re intensely proud. There is also a new award for 2017 encouraging new business start-ups to come and join in at the festival – their first winner was a Persian street food business called Open Sesame run by a husband and wife team.


Also new for 2017, is the Festival’s single-use plastic


free policy. As the Festival takes place on the banks of the River Dart, which flows into one of the busiest waterways in the world, we are playing our part in tackling the growing environmental crisis caused by unwanted plastic. So, 2017 sees the Festival reducing its use of single use plastics and moving towards 100% use of compostable cutlery, cups, plates and packaging. We’ll also be encouraging visitors to be greener by offering free water refills throughout the town – a great step in the right direction!


There will also be the usual abundance of locally-


produced, high quality ingredients, so it is no wonder Dartmouth is the perfect setting for what has been described as a feast for the senses! With incredible


chefs such as Mitch Tonks, Angela Harnett, Romy Gill and Matt Tebbutt among many others joining the Festival this year, the stage is set for it to be the best festival yet.


Mitch describes the Festival as having “a party


atmosphere from start to finish” which is clearly why he returns every year and we love having him and his team! Mitch has become one of the most respected and knowledgeable seafood people in the country and an acclaimed restaurateur, chef and author in the process. His Seahorse restaurant has won the Observer’s ‘Best UK Restaurant’ gong; his Rockfish takeaway restaurant chain has twice claimed ‘Best Independent Restaurant’ at the National Fish & Chip Awards.


Matt Tebbutt is also set to return! Matt’s culinary


career began with a diploma from Leith’s School of Food and Wine. He completed a traineeship with Marco Pierre White, then moved to the kitchens of Chez Bruce, followed by a stint at Clarke’s, where he learned the art of bread-making. He returned to Wales in 2001 after an absence of eight years and, with his wife Lisa, has transformed the former Foxhunter pub at Nantyderry into an acclaimed restaurant, winning AA Restaurant of the Year for Wales in 2004.


JP Bidart, Jenny Chandler, Mark Hix, Simon Hulstone,


Matt Norton among many others, including local chefs will be whipping up a storm in our kitchen and having a fair few laughs along the way.


With over 100 producers, including around 75% from


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