The organisers of the Pembrokeshire Street Food Festival held alongside Tenby’s South Beach over the weekend have said that the three-day event ‘couldn’t have gone any better’ with an ‘absolutely fantastic’ time had by all.

“We had around 18,000 people pass through the site over the three days to soak up the beautiful weather with a pint of the Harbwr Brewery’s delicious ale and some of the food our array of fantastic vendors had to offer,” said project and events manager Georgina Luckhurst.

“From fish tacos to raclette, there was truly something for everyone. The site couldn’t have been more perfect, allowing attendees to cool off in the sea and nurse their food comas on the sandy shores of the South Beach,” she continued.

With the public clamouring for food as early as 10.30 am, almost every vendor sold out of food on each day.

Local favourite X-Ray Cafe sold out of food on Saturday by 6 pm and Pakora Pod (who travelled all the way from Hampshire for this event) sold out by 8 pm.

“After speaking to several attendees, we found that people had travelled from all over Wales (not just the West) just to come and enjoy the food and drink on offer, in possibly the most picturesque setting any festival has ever seen,” remarked Georgina.

“Several vendors have since emailed in to say that the event was the best event they have ever traded at, only made better by the wonderful reception from the lovely people of Pembrokeshire and the amazing weather.

“Going forward we will be looking to book in next year’s dates with the council within the next month, as this has simply been the best event we’ve ever organised and we want nothing more than to replicate it’s success again next year,” she added.