The award-winning Good Food Market at Royal William Yard in Plymouth is a must-visit for food lovers
Plymouth’s Good Food Market takes place at Royal William Yard from 10am-3pm every first Sunday of the month.
With more than 60 regular local food and drink suppliers and producers located at Factory Cooperage, it is now the biggest food market in the area. Local produce includes goodies from Teign Valley Bakery, The Nature Kitchen and authentic African condiments and sauces made by local chef Kumbirai Gundidza. The Olive Branch has a wide range of olives and other Mediterranean specialities such as traditional Greek feta cheese, Italian sun-dried tomatoes, a superb Tuscan olive oil, as well as homemade tapenades and hummus. Don't forget to pick up your copy of Taste Buds magazine, which is being distributed at each monthly market.
Emily Handslip, Director of development company Urban Splash, says: “The Good Food Market is growing in popularity and is a firm favourite in the South West foodie calendar. We encourage everyone to come along and enjoy a day of great food in beautiful surroundings at Royal William Yard.”
Royal William Yard is free to enter and features a tempting range of restaurants, cafes, bars and shops, including Bistrot Pierre, Wildwood, Le Vignoble, Wagamama, Seco Lounge, Las Iguanas, Victuals, Column Bakehouse, Ocean Studios & Farm Shop and Prezzo.
People who want to enjoy lunch while at the market can use the new Yard Card, launched for the public and regular visitors to receive exclusive discounts from many of the restaurants and retailers inside Royal William Yard. Sign up for a Yard Card at: royalwilliamyard.com/yardcard. Yard Cards will be received in the post, followed by regular exclusive offers, deals, discounts and competitions.
"With more than 60 regular stallholders, the Good Food Market is now the biggest in the area"
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