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Bryn Williams Takes culinary charge at the GWCT Welsh Game Fair


The Welsh Games Fair takes on a new Masterchef to lead the culinary charge for the next inaugural event in September. Bryn Williams will be formulating his own bespoke menu catering to the VIP guests, demonstrating his abilities through an open-air cooking experience. Having hosted a successful cooking series on S4C, regarded as one of the best chefs in the country, the GWCT Welsh Game Fair are delighted to have him on board.


Bryn commented “I was delighted to see that Wales is getting its own Game Fair to celebrate the amazing culture, countryside and produce that the country is rightly so proud of, and I had no hesitation in saying yes when I was asked to be involved”

Surrounded by the idyllic beauty of the Snowdonia mountains overlooking the blue waves of the Gwynedd coast, in Stad Y Faenol, the Welsh games fair will host a weekend of events from the 9th until the 11th of September, dedicated to conserving Welsh heritage through the celebration of Welsh Fieldsports.




Bryn, a local boy, brought up in Denbigh, North Wales, flew the nest to work in some of the most prestigious kitchens in London, where he worked under the likes of Marco Pierre White at the Criterion and Michelle Roux at Le Gavroche. Returning to his Welsh roots, Bryn now works as Chef Patrón of Odette's in Primrose Hill and at Porth Eirias, a beach-front Restaurant, Café & Bar on the North Wales Coast. Honing in on his bountiful experiences, Bryn has produced three books sharing his in-demand recipes with fans.






James Gower, The Game Fair Ltd managing director, added: “We’re pulling out all the stops to make the GWCT Welsh Game Fair the event of the year for Wales and I’m over the moon to share the news that Bryn is joining us! His food is sublime, and his outgoing, approachable personality is the ideal fit for our VIP Restaurant and our live cooking demonstrations! I’m excited to see what Bryn creates for the menu and sampling some of it myself"

The on-site restaurant, sponsored by the Welsh jewellery brand Clogau Gold will accommodate 200 diners at a time. Open for guests to come and enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner, Bryn will be creating a bespoke breakfast and a lunch menu that will include two and three courses. Focusing on sustainability practices and game, Bryn, an advocate for sustainable cooking, will be using locally sourced ingredients in his dishes. Guests will have the opportunity to chat with the chef as he mingles in the VIP area across the three days of the event.


For more information at - www.welshgamefair.org

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