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Plymouth City Centre 31 May to 2 June 2019

Café & Stor

The South West’s largest FREE food and drink festival

Featuring over 120 regional food producers,the popular cookery theatre, KIDs’ KITCHEN and more!

Official Programme



@FlavourFestSW Flavour Fest 2019! Now in its 16th year, Flavour Fest is the biggest food and drink festival in the South West, attracting more than 100,000 visitors to Plymouth. 2

Whether it’s locally baked goods, a regional cider, a delicious sweet treat, or simply taking in the sights, sounds and smells, Flavour Fest has something for everyone and we are looking forward to a fantastic three days. Great British Bake Off fans are in for a treat this year as we have an appearance from the 2015 winner, Nadiya Hussain who will be cooking up a storm in the in the Cookery Theatre on Saturday 1 June at 12pm & 2:30pm.

This year also sees the return of the Continental Market, stretching from Place de Brest to the Sundial, featuring a wide variety of food and drink from around the world. If your feet need a rest from exploring all the stalls, head for the street food area where you can take a seat and enjoy a range of freshly cooked foods, from paella, to freshly made waffles or even a cocktail. If you are with some budding little chefs, head for the Kids’ Kitchen provided by CATERed which will feature a packed programme of workshops, all free of charge.

The popular Cookery Theatre will be open from 10am until 5pm each day, featuring local Then on Sunday 2 June Steven Carter-Bailey, and celebrity chefs sharing tips of the trade. the runner-up in the eighth series of the show, On behalf of Plymouth City Centre Company, will be appearing on stage at 1pm. I hope you enjoy Flavour Fest and take the opportunity to explore the rest of our city while The popular Ready, Steady, Cook challenge you are here. returns on Friday 31 May, and will see BBC Spotlight presenter Natalie Cornah attempt to keep both teams in check as she comperes the event from 1.30 to 2.30pm.

Steve Hughes

Chief Executive, Plymouth City Centre Company

We are delighted that Nadiya Hussain the 2015 Great British Bake Off Winner will be appearing in the Cookery Theatre on Saturday 1 June at 12pm and 2:30pm. Nadiya will be available to sign a range of her cookery books at 1pm at our information point next to the Cookery Theatre.

Thanks to the staff from Waterstones Drake Circus for co-ordinating the book signing for us.


Friday 31 May 10 – 10:45 Chris & James Tanner 10:45 – 11:30 Dez Turland 11:30 – 12:15 Peter Gorton 12:15 – 12:45 Chris Penk & Lesley Retallack 12:45 – 1:30 Edward Ruewell 1:30 – 2:30 Ready Steady Cook with BBC Radio Devon 2:30 – 3 Richard Farleigh 3 – 3:30 Chris Sandham & Victoria Whitmarsh 3:30 – 4 Mal Harradine 4 – 4:30 Debbie Thorpe

The Barbican Kitchen Brend Hotels CATERed Cornwall College Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar and Grill Dez Turland & Peter Gorton City College Plymouth University of Plymouth Lawsons Kcal Foods Cornwall


Chris & James Tanner Peter Gorton Barbican Kitchen

Since the inception of their first establishment the Tanner brothers have continued their success as stars on the small screen when they broadened their talents to film their own 15 part TV series The Tanner Brothers. They’re creators of inspiring cook books: For Chocolate Lovers, Ice Cream (Small Book of Good Taste), Take Five Ingredients. Chris with his brother James operates the Barbican Kitchen on Southside Street and also a gourmet pub, The Kentish Hare, Royal Tunbridge Wells.

Consultant and celebrity chef Peter Gorton, a Masterchef of Great Britain, is one of the bestknown chefs in the south west of England. Peter began his culinary career in 1980 at the age of 16 and trained at some of the finest restaurants in the UK and around the world. Peter has many years of Michelin Star experience and provides consultancy services to hotels and restaurants. He also runs a very successful outside catering business.

Edward Ruewell Marco Pierre White

‘Ted’ is the Executive Chef at Crowne Plaza Plymouth and enjoying the views from the Marco Pierre White restaurant! Ted has previously worked for the Royal Crescent Hotel in Bath and the Manor House in Castle Combe. For the last 9 years, he has been working at Buckland Tout-Saints in Goveton as Head Chef gaining 2 rosettes. Ted’s passion is cooking, but his aspiration is to pass his knowledge on to his staff, training them and enthusing them into this industry.

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Saturday 1 June 9:30 – 10 10 – 10:30 10.30 – 11 11 – 11:30 11:30 – 12 12 – 1 1 – 1:30 1:30 – 2 2 – 2:30 2:30 – 3:30 3:30 – 4 4 – 5

Mal Harradine Lawsons Jaow and Dan Thompson Supha’s Street Food Emporium Davin Browning Theatre Royal Ben Palmer The Greedy Goose Jim & Lucy Fisher Exeter Cookery School Nadiya Hussain Great British Bake Off Kirk Gosden & Simon Lydiatt Rockfish Edward Ruewell Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar and Grill Chris & James Tanner The Barbican Kitchen Nadiya Hussain Great British Bake Off Larry Moody City College Plymouth Ben Squire & Capt James T Millmore “Scallop Shack” at The Boathouse Café


Ben Palmer

Nadiya Hussain

Exeter Cookery School

Ben Palmer holds an array of awards and years of experience in the kitchen, as well as being the owner and head chef of The Greedy Goose.

Nadiya Hussain won the 2015 Great British Bake Off. Since winning, Nadiya has presented a plethora of programmes for BBC including The Chronicles of Nadiya, Nadiya’s Asian Odyssey, Nadiya’s British Food Adventure and Nadiya’s Family Favourites.

In the summer of 2016, Exeter Cookery School opened its doors to foodies of all ages, tastes and abilities. On the menu is a range of dishes from across the world, from pasta making to bread baking and from cheese making to authentic Indian curry courses, allowing you to cherry-pick the course that suits you. Uniquely, each cookery course is packed with cheffy tips, tricks and techniques, honed in busy restaurant kitchens, but adapted to use in your home and designed to make cooking for family and friends easy and stress-free.

The Greedy Goose

A quarter-finalist in MasterChef: The Professionals 2011, Ben runs the Greedy Goose Restaurant situated within the oldest building in Plymouth. Ben is also Chef Patron of the award winning Glazebrook House Hotel in South Brent. His food style is modern British with a passion for keeping it local and big on flavour.

Her cookery books and books for children have reached bestseller status and she regularly writes for media including The Times and has featured in the BBC’s 100 Most Influential Women list.

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Sunday 2 June 10 – 10:30 10:30 – 11:30 11:30 – 12:30 12:30 – 1:30 1:30 – 2 2 – 2:30 2:30 – 3:30 3:30 – 4:30

Mal Harradine & Jacques Marchal Luke Vincent & Andrew Hanson Luke Lauri Steven Carter-Bailey Richard Pearce Plymouth Gin Distillery Richard Valder Chris Penk & Lesley Retallack

Lawson’s RAF Bonne Sante Great British Bake Off The Treasury Plymouth Gin Angela’s Exeter Cornwall College


Chris Penk & Lesley Retallack

Steven Carter-Bailey

Richard Pearce

Cornwall College Saltash’s Hospitality & Catering Department is managed by Chris Penk. We have been awarded 3 Centres of Excellence, Gold Accreditation and an AA Highly Recommended College Rosette, making us one of the best catering colleges in the South West. We are delighted with the recent investment that has been made into our campus with the development of Dynnargh restaurant, adding fantastic opportunities for those learners wishing to achieve internationally recognised qualifications in the Hospitality and Professional Cookery industry.

Steven Carter-Bailey was the runner-up in the eighth series of the Great British Bake Off, going on to win The Great New Year Bake Off in 2019.

Richard is a Plymouth born chef, he studied through a work based apprenticeship at St. Mellion Golf and country club.

Since his time on the show, he has travelled around the UK appearing at food festivals and acting as a roving food reporter for ITV London News, as well as teaching classes at Leith’s School of Food and Wine.

The Treasury

After a brief spell working in local restaurants he joined the Royal Fleet auxiliary in 2003. After 11 years he left the service as a leading chef and took up the role of head chef in his home village of Buckland Monachorum’s Drake Manor Inn. He joined The Treasury in 2015 as head chef to a kitchen team of five, and created a new modern British/ European menu which has proven very popular.

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Ed’s Super Fantastic Foodie Workshops Come and try your hand at making sausages, fish cakes, a smoothie, griddle cakes and more….. Timetable for workshops on Friday 31 May, Saturday 1 June and Sunday 2 June Time

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10.30am Super Sausages 11am Smashing Smoothies 11.30am Fantastic Fish Cakes 12noon Delicious Dips 12.30pm Marvellous Mackerel Pate 1pm ‘Eat Them To Defeat Them’cakes 1.30pm Super Sausages 2pm Smashing Smoothies 2.30pm Fantastic Fish Cakes 3pm Delicious Dips

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CATERed would like to thank our generous sponsors for this event

CATERed proudly presents:

Ed’s Super Fantastic Foodie Workshops

This year we will be running interactive children engagement sessions throughout the 3 days of Flavour Fest. Starting at 10.30am until 3pm daily on Friday 31st May, Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd June in Plymouth City Centre we will be running one hour food and cookery sessions. Kids can get hands on making fresh fruit smoothies, vegetable griddle cakes and dips, have a go at making their own sausages and fish cakes. Staff will be on hand to talk about how we are reducing sugar in our school meals and the steps we have taken to remove plastics from lunches. We’ll be in the Children’s Engagement Marquee right next to the Sundial. Foundation to KS3 children are welcome to come enjoy a session. Younger children can participate but we ask that parents remain with their children.

CORNWALL COLLEGE SALTASH ONE OF ONLY TWO COLLEGES IN THE UK TO BE AWARDED THREE CENTRE’S OF EXCELLENCE FOR ITS CATERING & HOSPITALITY PROVISION. Visit our stand at Flavour Fest 2019 to find out about our hospitality and many other courses starting this September. Limite d places still availa ble!

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We bake things better We are Plymouth’s first and only social enterprise bakery, where bread is crafted and opportunities are created. Our passion lies in baking delicious and soulful artisan bread. With fresh and local ingredients to hand, our loaves are baked in-house and to the highest quality for everyone to enjoy. As a social enterprise, we reinvest our profits into providing opportunities for local people. From supporting young people in Cornwall to gain lasting sustainable employment to supporting local organisations and business’ to grow and develop. One loaf at a time we’re able to create real and lasting change.

Learn to bake You and your family deserve to enjoy great quality wholesome bread every day. Discover the secrets of artisan bread making on one of our Column Bakehouse short courses and gain the skills and confidence you need to recreate our awardwinning loaves from the comfort of your own kitchen. Check our website for upcoming dates. Our short courses include: • Introduction to bread making • Introduction to sourdough • Advanced and specialist bread courses

Visit us First opened in 2013 our original Column Bakehouse is situated at Devonport Guildhall. The historic Guildhall is where our awardwinning loaves and delicious cakes are made. Take a trip to Devonport and enjoy a walk up Devonport Column, all 137 steps, followed by a delicious wholesome lunch in our café. Our second artisan café situated at Ocean Studios in picturesque Royal William Yard has recently been refreshed. We’ve created a new open plan layout for you to enjoy a delicious lunch, a coffee with friends or colleagues, admire artwork by local makers and pick up your daily loaf of freshly baked bread; all in the same place!

Opening Hours

Contact Us

Devonport Guildhall • Monday 9am-3pm (Please note on this day bread is not available to purchase) • Tuesday to Saturday 9am-3pm • Sunday Closed

E: T: 01752 395137 W: ColumnBakehouse @ColumnBakehouse @columnbakehouse

Ocean Studios Monday Closed Tuesday to Sunday 10am-4pm Bakehouse Stores opening hours may vary. Please check website for details.


Food & Drink There’s a whole host of cuisines on offer in the city centre, with a melting pot of cultures meeting so whether you’re stopping for a bite to eat during a busy day shopping or want a special evening out, there’s something on the menu you’ll enjoy!



Plymouth Market

Plymouth Market is a haven for foodies, with an incredible range of cuisines to try. Whether it’s the fresh and punchy Asian flavours of At Kitchen, Taste of Thailand and Tea & Bun, sourdough pizza at Knead, American-style sliders and sides at Tilt or one of the traditional British cafes, there’s plenty to choose from.

This contemporary, independent restaurant specialises in authentic Persian food, with plenty of vegetarian and vegan options on offer. Enjoy hearty portions with kebabs, grills and traditional starters like falafel, hummus and tabbouleh on the menu.

Samphire Brasserie

On the edge of the city centre, Samphire Brasserie’s food is influenced by American cuisine, and everything is completely vegan! Tuck into plant-based burgers, pizza and ‘phish and chips’ – even meat eaters will be happy.

Lisbon Bakery

Located in Frankfort Gate, Lisbon Bakery brings the flavours of Portugal to Plymouth. Pop in for a coffee and a delicious pastry – their pastel de natas are really popular – or indulge in a traditional Portugese dish.


Serving up delicious Italian food, Positano has been a staple in Plymouth city centre for more than 20 years. The menu features dishes from every region of Italy, with plenty to choose from whether you fancy pizza, pasta or a traditional meat or fish dish.



Located inside Drake Circus, Bill’s is a great place to stop for a break during a trip to the busy shopping centre. Pop in for a hearty brunch ahead of a busy day browsing the shelves, or stay for dinner – the restaurant is open until 10pm, seven days a week.


Head here for American inspired food, with an amazing range of burgers, hot dogs and dirty fries. Vegetarians and vegans are catered for here too, so there’s plenty for everyone to enjoy. Wash it down with a refreshing beer or one of their delicious malt milkshakes.

The Treasury

Nestled in the city centre, next to St Andrews Church, the Treasury is the perfect spot for a weekend brunch or a pre-theatre dinner. Within walking distance of both the city centre with its shops and cultural offerings and the bustling historic Barbican it’s a great place to meet before exploring the city. See more at

ContinentaL MarkeT The Continental Market provided by Modern Markets are proud to be part of Flavour Fest. Find us at the Place de Brest throughout the event to experience the sights and sounds of the continent.

( 01752 305300


Caterer • Chef • Commis Chef • Master Chef Bar Manager • Events Manager Restaurant Manager • Hotel Manager

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M E E T. E AT. STAY Crowne Plaza Plymouth is the perfect location for both business and leisure. Located on the impressive Plymouth Hoe we can be easily reached from Plymouth railway station and are just a few minutes’ walk away from the city centre and the picturesque Barbican.

Why Crowne Plaza? 211 bedrooms including 39 Executive rooms

Complimentary Wi-fi throughout the hotel

Drakes Bar and Lounge, multi-purpose place to meet, drink and eat

Onsite parking for 130 cars



Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar and Grill on the penthouse floor


Leisure facilities including a swimming pool and gymnasium -

6 conference, meeting and event rooms

087 1 942 9130

SERIOUS ABOUT STEAK. Enjoy affordable glamour & understated elegance at the Steakhouse Bar & Grill Plymouth. Located on the penthouse floor and offering a classic British menu with a French twist. You can enjoy this glamorous location all while taking in the stunning views across Plymouth Hoe. BOOK ON L IN E AT WWW.M PW R ESTAU R A N TS .CO M ARMADA WAY, P LYM OU T H, D EVO N , P L 1 2 H J

Plymouth is superbly located for day visits from Cornwall (A38), the South Hams (A379) and Mid Devon (A386). Plymouth is also well served by three Park & Ride sites located off the A38 at Marsh Mills and off the A379 at Derriford and Milehouse. Look out for car park signs when you arrive, multi storey car parks can be found at the Theatre Royal and Western Approach. For information regarding car parks, please visit planning-your-visit

The National Rail Enquiry Line (08457 484950). For online train times and ticket reservations, visit

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Don’t miss visiting the rest of the city centre whilst you are enjoying Flavour Fest. From Drake Circus with over 70 well known shops and restaurants under one roof to Plymouth Market, home to more than 100 stalls selling everything from flowers to fresh fish and a wide range of food for all tastes.



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Disclaimer - all information is correct at time of print but may change on the day for operational reasons. Please check with Flavour Fest staff if you have any queries.


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Plymouth Summer Circus Higher Beings Circus workshop Tea Dance with a Twist Plymouth Vegan Festival

8, 29 July

Plymouth Library Storytime Event

13 July

Street Factory Dance Performances Creation Station Summer Workshop Plymouth Libraries Summer Reading Challenge Launch

20 July

St Luke’s Midnight Walk

22 – 26 July

Plymouth College of Art Craft Week

27 July

Misael Cordero: Cuban Salsa Event Plymouth Bike Day

31 July – 1 August

Ping! Plymouth Ping Pong Event

3 August

Higher Beings Spin Art Workshop Creation Station Summer Workshop Plymouth Dance: Dance in the City

5 – 11 August

Plymouth Pride Activities and Parade

7 – 28 August

Plymouth Libraries: Lunch at the Library

14, 21, 28 August

Theatre Royal Craft and Dressing Up Event

17 August

Higher Beings Giant Dragon

24 August

Fool’s Paradise Street Performers

31 August

West End Carnival and Market 60th Anniversary Toy and Train Fair

7 September

Tea Dance with a Twist

Events held in various locations in the city centre for full details go to

Profile for Visit Plymouth

Flavour Fest 2019  

Flavour Fest 2019