The Plymouth Seafood Festival sponsored by Plymouth Gin returns for its fourth year on Saturday 26th - Sunday 27th September, and it will be bigger and better than ever before.
Plymouth is the first city in the world to be awarded with the Fish2Fork Blue City status for its commitment to sourcing sustainable fish. This Seafood Festival will bring the Barbican and Sutton Harbour alive with entertainment, activities and fishy dishes to celebrate the city's fantastic locally caught seafood.
The Cookery Theatre stage will be at the heart of this year's Plymouth Seafood Festival with a packed programme of demonstrations. Head to the stage where you will see local and celebrity chefs showcase the fantastic quality seafood available in Plymouth with a range of mouth-watering dishes using seafood fresh from the boats.
All of the fish used at Plymouth Seafood Festival has kindly been donated by Plymouth Trawler Agents, all of the proceeds will go to the Fishermans Mission.
Young Chef of the Year Competition
For the first time in Seafood Festival history we will be running an exciting and rewarding competition for all young and aspiring chefs, where one lucky winner will be crowned Plymouth Seafood Festivals Young Chef of the Year.
If you would like to enter, all you have to do is download and fill out the forms here and return them by the 3rd August.
Once we have received all the applications we will then select two lucky finalists to go head to head in a cook off on Saturday 26th September at the Cookery Theatre at Plymouth Seafood Festival.
The overall competition will be judged on Saturday by a panel of esteemed judges and the winner will be presented with an engraved trophy as well as some fantastic culinary prizes.
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