Weston-super-Mare has undergone – and is still undergoing – a restaurant renaissance.
There certainly does seem to be a bit of a food revolution going on in Weston at the moment.
It’s so encouraging to see so many quality restaurants recently opening in the town – like La Tapa Continental and Bistrot Pierre – adding to our already-great line up of well established restaurants like The Cove, Duets, Michelangelo, Demetris, Yoji and more, and they all seem to be busy.
We’d like to think that all the hard work we’ve done in establishing the Weston super Food Festival four years ago has had something to do with this food revolution and helped put Weston on the foodie map.
More than 30,000 people attended our festival last year from all over the South West and beyond which we felt was an amazing achievement.
We are applying for Heritage Lottery funding to tell the long-forgotten food stories of Weston, like the sprat fishing industry, which will add further interest to Weston as a foodie town.