Tuck in to a Welsh feast of top class food.
EVEN though Barry is really not that far away, Cardiff foodies will be rejoicing to hear the news that the award-winning Hang Fire Southern Kitchen will be bringing their brilliant barbecue to the city for one special night.
Sam Evans and Shauna Guinn, who have set up a restaurant at Barry's Pumphouse, will be joining the MealSq Menywod sharing their Welsh-inspired barbecue which has gained them thousands of fans across the country.
They will be joining other independent food retailers to bring together a multi-course feast.
Here's the important information: Who will be at the event? It's no understatement to say the menu will be amazing, with contributions from Hang Fire, as well as Penylan Pantry - famous for their ethical and sustainable approach to delicious food.
Lia's Kitchen will also be there cooking home-cooked Greek/Welsh dishes and Brod's Betina Skovbro will share her Danish dessert skills.
To complement the food, drinks expert Erika Duffy will be on call for liquid refreshments and Ashli Todd from Spillers Records will be providing the soundtrack to the evening.
What is MealSq? The ethos of MealSq is to bring together local independents. This event - MealSq Menywod - will focus on "cooking from the heartland" and celebrate female talent in Wales, in a bid to raise money for Action Against Hunger.
Where is it? This MealSq event will be at Waterloo Tea, Wyndham Arcade, Cardiff. Accessed via the Hayes/Bills entrance only.
When is MealSq Menyod? The event is on May 21 between 7pm-11pm.
Where can I get tickets? The tickets, priced at PS48pp, are available from www.penylanpantry.com, and includes food, drink and a donation to Action Against Hunger.
Brod The Danish Bakery set up by Betina Skovbro in Pontcanna, Cardiff
Samantha Evans and Shauna Guinn from Hangfire Smokehouse
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|Publication:||South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)|
|Date:||May 12, 2017|
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