New restaurants, world-class chefs and exciting fresh features are just a few of the reasons why this year’s Taste of London promises to be one of the most anticipated events of the summer.
With tickets now on sale, the UK’s largest open air food and drink festival will return for its eighth year to London’s Regent’s Park from 16-19th June 2011 with a host of new and exciting restaurants and Michelin-starred chefs to whet the appetites and satiate even the greediest festival glutton.
Gary Rhodes, Michel Roux Jr, Silvena Rowe and Richard Corrigan are just a few chefs set to dish up some gastronomic delights across the four day event with a number of restaurants making their debut including ORA, Corrigan’s, Petrus, Le Caprice and Gauthier Soho.
Brand new for 2011 is the introduction of The Secret Garden, a gastronomic oasis and exclusive area of hidden treats which will be tucked away in Regent’s Park. Visitors will have the chance to take part in Q&A sessions with chefs in addition to feasting on canapés, sipping champagne and enjoying VIP access to a private bar and lounge.
Gary Rhodes, a ToL regular, commented, “Taste of London is without doubt one of the highlights of my summer. It’s a chance for me to meet customers who have a passion for food and to share some of my own favourite dishes with people who love tasting different things. A summer essential for anybody looking for a great day out.”
Taste of London visitors can dine from 40 of the capital’s top restaurants, try and buy from 200 food and drink producers, enjoy fine wine tasting and watch some of the world’s greatest chefs demonstrate their skills live on stage. What more could one want for a perfect day out?
For tickets and more information visit www.tastefestivals.com/london.