This week one of Cardiff’s favourite weekly food events is adding a new date to their schedule. The Cardiff Riverside Market have announced they will open this Wednesday as a monthly night Market. Bringing a mid-week buzz to the Taff embankment, the night market aims to bring fun, food and character to the area.

Taking place on the last Wednesday of the month, you’ll be able to grab some great local food from some of the cities favourite traders. You’ll find a great selection of artisan baked goods, street food, pantry items, crafts and more!

Riverside Market is one of the original Cardiff Farmers’ Market and can be found Sunday mornings on Fitzhamon Embankment, opposite the Principality Stadium 10 am – 2 pm

The market is a showcase for some of the best food producers in Wales as well as a key part of the Riverside community and a great spot to get some fantastic artisan produce or get a tasty bite to eat.

This is the first of the mid-week night markets with vendors ready to serve  from 5pm – 8pm.

The Cardiff independent food scene is one of the best and this Wednesday market will bring together some of the best-loved traders. From Cardiff Dough & Co to Flour’d up Pizza, visitors are bound to be spoilt for choice. Here’s all of the food you can expect to enjoy.

Vendors you’ll find this Wednesday


  • Bristol Fungarium – Vegetables

  • The Pekarna – Baked Goods

  • Welsh Valley Soapery – Natural toiletries

  • Folk Soap – Natural toiletries

  • AJ the Confectionist – Confectionary

  • Flour’d up – Oak fired Pizza

  • Noodles to go – Asian Street Food

  • Rue de la Cocotte – French Street Food cuisine

  • Cardiff Dough & Co. – Baked Goods

  • Trecastle Eggs – Eggs and Dairy products

  • Stronghold Coffee – Coffee

  • Woodland Trust – Charity

  • Ty Caws – Cheese

  • Daisy and Belle – Ice Cream

  • Pettigrew Bakery – Baked Goods

  • Carn Edwards – Premium Pembrokeshire meat

  • Kimi’s Catering – Hot fresh indian streetfood

Carol Adams, Enterprise Manager at Cardiff Farmers’ Markets said
“We have been wanting to bring back our midweek Riverside night market for a while, and after speaking to some of our traders, it was clear the appetite was there. It’s a chance for people to come by after work for some great local food, and to shop a selection of fresh foods, artisan baked goods, pantry items, crafts and more! We’re piloting the night market for April and May – if successful and the council agrees, we hope they will become a monthly fixture.” 

To find out more about the Riverside Markets visit their website –

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