Mix up your menu this month.

Choose wild and Welsh game meat that’s both healthy and delicious. Go on- you won’t be disappointed.

The taste of Welsh game

There’s nothing quite like it.

Deliciously rich in flavour, lean and nutritious, game meat has ability to lend itself to a host of recipes and seasonal ingredients. Now is the perfect time to explore different types of Welsh game meat and treat your taste buds in the process.

Chefs sharing their love of game

Siddarth Rathore

Siddarth is Head Chef at the Purple Poppadum restaurant in Cardiff. The award-winning restaurant serves real Indian food with a modern twist using quality ingredients.

Cindy Challoner

Cindy has over 10 years’ experience as a chef. Her passion for locally sourced produce impressed the BBC2 Great British Menu judges, when she represented Wales in 2019.

David Killick

David is head chef at the The Heathcock pub, Cardiff. He is passionate about Welsh seasonal food. The menu features the best local produce.

Tommy Heaney

Tommy is Executive Chef at Heaneys, Cardiff.  He and his partner Nikki launched their bar and restaurant in 2018 and serve fresh, seasonal food in a relaxed environment.

Pot Roast Pheasant

Partridge parcels with Welsh cider

Mallard with caramelised apple and Welsh cider

Game Pie

Pheasant pearl barley cawl

Let’s cook

Whether you’re looking for a quick and easy midweek meal or an elegant dinner party dish, here you’ll find the perfect solution. Pheasant, partridge, pigeon, mallard and venison are delicious sources of protein, each with their own unique flavour, giving you the freedom to experiment in the kitchen. Browse our delicious recipes for some inspiration.

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