The Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company began as a small street food trader, doing local markets around the county. Our signature ‘Seashore Wraps’ turned out to be very popular and suddenly we were thrust into the British Street Food Awards. Our beach shack won multiple golds including ‘Best of the Best 2011’.
This success meant that we were able to cater at the London 2012 Olympic Games and our local, sustainable, seafood went down a treat with the athletes. In 2014 we took Silver at Glastonbury Music Festival’s ‘Green’ awards for our ethical packaging and food.
Our speciality deli products materialised as a natural extension of the recipes sold on the beach shack, the sea foraged goodies really took off in Spring 2013.
At Freshwater West we trade locally caught crab and lobster as well as our Beach Burgers and Bacon butties with Welsh Sea Black Butter which are from down the road in Yerberston.
Cafe Môr at Freshwater West was awarded ‘Best British Street Food/Take Away in the UK’ at the BBC Radio 4 Food and Farming awards 2014, so well worth a trip to one of the most beautiful beaches in Pembrokeshire for lunch!