The Harlech Food Demonstration Theatre

The County cooks! Wrexham and the surrounding area is home to of wealth of culinary talent naturally paired with wonderful local produce. In amongst the array of restaurants and eateries you’ll find a generous smattering of rosettes, Michelin listings, award winners and the Welsh junior National Chef of the Year.

In association with Harthill Cookery School and Harlech food service we will be showcasing this wealth of local talent on our Chefs stage including the below local superstars...

No booking required - full line up and stage times to be confirmed shortly!

Stephen Griffiths Chefs cuisine and Harlech foods Development Chef & Fine Food Specialist... "I joined Harlech in November 2015. Having been in the hospitality industry since I was 16, I had my first head chef’s role at the age of 20. In 2000 I won ‘Mid WalesTrainee Chef of the Year’ and was only one of two people in Wales to complete the level 4 NVQ in kitchen & Larder.In 2008 I purchased a leasehold in an established and successful local pub & restaurant in my home town of Welshpool for 4 years. Then is was given the opportunity to join a work based learning company as an assessor, internal verifier and trainer of chefs all over Wales, where I developed a wide range of contacts and knowledge of different genres of the hospitality industry.This also gave me the opportunity to join the Welsh Culinary Association and was part of the 2014 winning team at the prestigious ‘Battle of the Dragon’ championships.This also led me to be part of the Welsh Culinary squad that was part of the recent Culinary Olympics in Erfurt, Germany. We as a team at Harlech want to develop new, innovative, exciting, modern styles and products that can help chefs with ranges that suits all needs. As well as encourage new talent and enthusiasm to the industry.

At just 24 Joey Jones is the head chef at the Croes Howell restaurant near Rossett. Joey has always like to push himself and test his skills, he is a seasoned competitor and a proud award winning member of the junior Welsh culinary team.

Mark Robertson - Chef lecturer

    Achieved Chef of the Year for North West
    Worked in the South of France, Areche.
    Worked in Southern Spain cooking German, Austrian and Spanish cuisine and worked my way to Head Chef.
    Worked in large Hotels, Restaurants, Industrial catering and on a ship.
    By age of 25 I opened my first business, The Personal Chef Service.
    At age 26 I opened my own restaurant called Timeless restaurant.
    Chef lecturer since 2008
    Advanced Artisan Sourdough tutor
    WorldSkills co-ordinator and Mentor
    Competition judge
    Member of the Culinary Association of Wales
    Team member of the Wales Culinary team competing in local, national and international competitions
    Demonstrating at food festivals live on stage promoting local produce in Wales.

Llwyn Isaf

Wrexham Town Centre

Sept. 22nd & 23rd

10am start

Limited capacity

We advise booking early!

Why not have lunch and dinner there?

Do not miss out!