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The food and drink stalls not to miss at Royal Welsh Winter Fair

Enjoy refreshments at one of the many mobile food stands and independent stalls, serving everything from hot beef rolls to mulled wine.

The Royal Welsh Winter Fair will be bustling with competitors, Christmas shoppers and festivities on Monday and Tuesday, November 28 and 29, with the gates opening at 8am.

There are plenty of places across the Llanelwedd showground to have a bite to eat or a festive tipple. Enjoy refreshments at one of the many mobile food stands and independent stalls, or warm up inside at one of our catering facilities below.

Hafod a Hendre

A self-service restaurant and bar located in the warm and comfortable surroundings of Hafod a Hendre. Open for breakfast, lunch, supper and refreshments. There will be musical entertainment throughout Monday evening from singing duo Hywell and Johnny and Welsh performer Clive Edwards.

Winter Fair Pub

The popular Winter Fair Pub is back this year, situated near the outside Cattle Ring by the under pass. To help reduce single-use waste during the event, special winter fair-branded reusable cups will be available.

International Pavilion

New for this year, The International Pavilion building will become the Fingers and Forks café, a firm catering favourite. Hot meals, afternoon tea, sandwiches and cakes, along with tea and coffee, will be served on both floors of the International Pavilion throughout the event.

South Glamorgan Hall

Take a break from the chilly weather and pop by the café in the South Glamorgan Exhibition Hall for a hot drink. The café is operated by family-run catering company, Cegin Gwenog.

Neuadd Henllan Inn

Soak up the festive atmosphere at Neuadd Henllan Inn which will be open throughout the winter fair, serving food and drinks.

Charolais Restaurant

The Charolais Restaurant and Bar is situated in the British Charolais Cattle Society Pavilion and will be serving a variety of food and drinks.

The Royal Welsh Agricultural Society says it hopes visitors enjoy the range of hospitality on offer during the winter fair and asks them to look out for each other and stay safe, whilst getting into the festive spirit.