Taste of London

If you love food(who doesn’t), you’ll love the Taste of London Festival. Why?

London is the epitome of multicultural diversity. This variety pervades every area of society, especially cuisine. So, it is no wonder that there is so much to discover in the UK Capital.

Where Is It To Be Held?

If you are going to have a festival to showcase London, it needs to be in the city itself. So, it is no wonder that this upcoming festival will be held in the heart of the city. To be exact, you can attend by setting your GPS to:

Tobacco Dock

London, E1W 2SF

 

When Will It Be Held?

To attend this culinary extravaganza, you will need to be available during the evenings of Thursday 21 November 2019 to Sunday 24th November.

Hours will be optimal, and are as follows:

  • Thursday 6pm to 10.30pm
  • Friday and Saturday 11am to 4.30pm and 6pm to 10.30pm
  • Sunday 12pm to 5pm

There should be at least one slot that suits your schedule. And, it fits in well with lunchtime and evening hunger bouts!

Tickets

 

If you are thinking about getting a ticket, you can buy them here

But, I hear you ask, how much do they cost? I’m glad you asked! Actually there are 3 pricing tiers, depending on what you intend to do:

  1. £17 will get you entry to the festival
  2. £28 will get you entry PLUS 2 standard dishes.
  3. £40 secures the above, plus:
  • Fast-track entry to the festival
  • Glass of Champagne Laurent-Perrier La Cuvée, worth £10
  • Two standard dishes or three dishes inc one taste exclusive that you won’t find anywhere else.
  • Entry to VIP Lounge
  • Access to VIP workshops
  • Exclusive entertainment and offerings for VIP guests

 

Tell Me More!

With 46 thousand likes on their Facebook page, and over 400 confirmed to attend, this mouthwatering event will take the winter chill off your face. The food is amazing, and the live entertainment is sure to add to the ambience of the event.

When visitors ask what it is that sets London apart, culture is a word that easily springs to mind. The incredible selection of restaurants, general eateries, and festivals mean that, if you have time, you can see a side of the Capital that is more than just Palaces and Politics!