Food and Drink on the Maes

There's plenty of choice of food and drink on the Maes.

What will you eat during Eisteddfod week?  There's lots of different types of foods to choose from!  From far eastern food to warming home-cooked food from Wales, and from a special meal in our licensed restaurant to a cone of chips, you'll find something keep you and your budget happy on the Maes this year. 

Y Pentref Bwyd (Food Village)

Sponsored by Castell Howell

The Food Village is located near the open air stage, and includes a wide range of caterers and food. 

Type of FoodCompany name / website
Artisan wood fired PizzaAmber's Wood Fired Kitchen
Indian FoodExpress Indian Cuisine
Mexican Street FoodEl Salsa
CrepesThe Welsh Creperie Co.
Fish & ChipsLighthouse Fish & Chips
Vegetarian & VeganNo Bones Jones
Paella & TapasSpanish Buffet
Welsh BeefArlwyo Nant
Welsh LambArlwyo Nant
Greek BarbecueMeat & Greek
Roast PorkHogi Hogi Hogi
Baguettes, salad bowls & jacket potatoesCrasyr Gader
Syched & Maes BarY Brodyr Stedman

 

Around the Maes...

There's more choice of treats and drinks available as you explore the Maes.

Type of foodName of company / website
Chocolate FountainY Forwyn Siocled
Ice CreamMôn ar Lwy
MilkshakeCalon Wen
WafflesA Lot of Waffle
SweetsY Brodyr Stedman
Tango SlushY Brodyr Stedman
Chocolate BrowniesChock Shop
CoffeeStreamline Leisure

 

Licensed Restaurant

Come to Platiad  to relax and enjoy a high quality dining experience on the Maes.  With tapas, carvery, hot meals, cakes, pizzas and more, a feast awaits you in our comfortable restaurant.  Enjoy a glass of wine and watch the world go by in Platiad's friendly atmosphere.  More information here.

 

Maes B

Pizzas, burgers, hot dogs, chips, breakfast and coffee available in Maes B from 5-13 August.  Details here