When we daydream about vacation (which is often), we imagine sampling macarons in Paris, sipping bellinis in Venice, and tucking into fragrant tagines in Morocco. We’ll admit that Wales maybe hadn’t crossed our minds as a destination for culinary inspiration -- that is, until we came across this gastronomic guide to the country.
Our preconceived notions of soggy fish and chips are oh-so-wrong; authentic Welsh cuisine gives new meaning to the words fresh and local. A trip through the vibrant countryside of Wales will have you sampling locally foraged chanterelles, grilled organic lamb sustainably raised on a nearby farm, and pints of hand-crafted hard cider made from fresh Welsh apples. The most valuable piece of travel advice we found? In Wales, dinner is covered.
Farming, Foraging, and Feasting in Wales from Fathom
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