Remember, if you want a copy of Taste Swansea magazine Issue #1, or if you have some food and drink news of your own, get in touch!
|Steam - ready for their first pop-up|
I'm gutted I'm not going to be in Swansea to attend the first pop-up kitchen in the lovely Steam Coffee Shop in Uplands. The ambitious Hardies Supper Club have taken residency at Steam and, for their Rebellious evening this Friday and Saturday (11 and 12 September), are promising a delicious five course meal inspired by history's greatest rebels (think Gandhi, Che Guevara and William Wallace)! You can read more on the menu and book the event here.
And, back at Noah's Yard this evening (9 September) is the well established Malabar Aaanaa Keralan Kitchen, from 6.45pm - a real taste of South India.
Between The Covers
One of Swansea's favourite dining experiences, Mosaic (St Helen's Road), are planning a new series of literary/drink-lots-of-wine events every third Thursday of the month. The first one will take place next Thursday, 17 September, with author Ellis Rose launching the event, talking about her 'bonkbuster' (not my description) One Night In Paris. Expect raunchy chat, lots of laughs, and plenty of wine! Read more about the event here.
This Saturday (12 September) we have the lovely Mumbles Farmers' Market on Mumbles Road (the car park opposite the Mumtaz), offering a mix of superb local producers and some from further afield. Then on Sunday (13 September) both the Marina Market and the Pennard Local Produce Market will take place.
If you have any foodie events coming up in the next few weeks, send me an email and I'll include you in next week's digest.