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Food & Drink

Forget any preconceptions you had about festival food, at No.6 the food and drink offerings are as exciting and diverse as the music and arts and culture. You can experience a bespoke banquet in the wonderful Portmeirion hotel from a Michelin starred chef, dine in the stunning Castell dining room, or explore the many independent festival food stalls, and the Welsh produce market, all chosen with care.

DINNER AT CLOUGH'S

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Your table awaits… Our amazing No.6 bespoke dining experience hosts an incredible line-up of Michelin-starred and innovative chefs. For 2017, Dinner at Clough’s moved to the auspicious main dining room of Hotel Portmeirion, the most spectacular dining location on site, with stunning views across the estuary of the River Dwyryd. Hotel Portmeirion's wonderful dining room was originally built by Portmeirion’s founder, Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, in 1931 as a curvilinear extension to his main hotel, overlooking the estuary. It’s the perfect place to take time out for a little respite from festival, and enjoy the finest food available at any festival in the country. Som Saa, Aiden Byrne and Paul Ainsworth hosted 2017's Dinner at Clough's.

GLOBAL STREET FOOD VILLAGE

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We strive to make sure the food and drink offered at Festival No.6 reflects the stunning setting and general surrealist nature of the festival. We pulled together over 40 of the nation’s finest street food operators, to create a diverse mix of cuisine for a never-ending banquet of first class food to go. To create a true ‘village’ feel that’s in keeping with its surroundings we produce a street of wonderful food to go all housed in their own individual wooden chalets.

WELSH PRODUCE MARKET

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Each year we carefully curate an independent food market in the Village Green, for those who want to either pick up a few delicacies to take home, or maybe rustle something up themselves for breakfast or brunch. We handpick the best independent food producers, with specific attention on local and organic producers, to serve up the most exciting artisan food and drink you could expect at a festival. Below you'll find 2017's Welsh Produce Market.

FOOD & DRINK

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Take a couple of hours out to relax dining at Dinner at Clough's new located in the Hotel Portmeirion or why not try the Castell Deudreath for a truly Welsh dining experience?

“Festival No.6 imbues the village with Clough’s spirit and brings the
place to life in a way no other event could ever achieve. Clough would
give you five stars, and so do we.”

Robin Llywelyn

— Portmeirion —
"A festival that’s as unique as it bills itself, a beautifully put-together event in a setting to match."

The Independent

— PRESS —
"This is the coolest, most surrealist, funkiest, freakiest, best festival in the world... Can we just come back every year?"

BECK

— MUSICIAN —
"That was undoubtedly a career highlight."

Pet Shop Boys

— MUSICIAN —
"The most bijou location of any music event I've ever attended."

The Independent

— PRESS —
"Festival No.6 could rival Montreux as the most sophisticated in Europe."

The Guardian

— PRESS —
"For six years Festival No 6 has had bills as bizarre and inventive as its location, Portmeirion, best known as the set for 1960s TV series The Prisoner."

The Times

— PRESS —
"Festival No.6 is still the oddest and most magical of the lot."

The Telegraph

— PRESS —
"The most Instagrammable festival in the UK"

The Independent

— PRESS —
"We feel like we're in the exact place we should be". Wayne, The Flaming Lips

Wayne Coyle, The Flaming Lips

— MUSICIAN —
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