It’s not every day that you can sample dishes from 40 of London’s hottest restaurants, all in one place. Opportunities like this may come only once per year, so make the most of it and be sure not to miss this year’s edition of Taste of London. Held in Regent’s Park from June 20th to 23rd, Taste of London pairs the best of London’s restaurant scene with over 200 artisan producers, premium brands, and an interesting line-up of festival features.

Taste of London (20-23 June) - Regents Park
Don’t miss this opportunity to sample dishes from London’s best restaurants.
(Photo Credit: Taste of London)

“Taste of London, the world’s greatest restaurant festival, will celebrate its 10 year anniversary with the best line up ever. To celebrate the milestone, the event will be jam packed with exclusive new restaurants, world class chefs and tantalising fresh features. The festival takes place 20th-23rd of June in London’s Regent’s Park, and is not to be missed. Taste of London 2013 will take the theme of collaboration and reunion and bring it to life with UK and international chef talent to celebrate 10 years of culinary magic from the food capital of the world.

Taste of London 2013 will present a series of culinary exclusives including three generations of the Roux dynasty – Albert Roux, Michel Roux Jr and Emily Roux – cooking together, plus international superstar chef Rene Redzepi cooking up a feast at the festival.  From 2nd April, foodie fans can purchase a ticket to London’s hottest summer social event, set to welcome the finest chefs in the world, innovative collaborations and reunions from a raft of gourmet heroes including top London talent Raymond Blanc, Ben Tish, Pascal Aussignac and Bruno Loubet.

The capital’s hottest new restaurants feeding the appetites of visitors for the first time will include stylish Sushisamba, trend setting Duck & Waffle, Peruvian hot ticket LIMA and fish specialist The Angler to name a few. Additionally restaurants back by popular demand will include Le Gavroche, Gauthier Soho, Opera Tavern and Tamarind. The incredible line-up illustrates the diversity of culinary offerings the city has, and perfectly demonstrates London is the greatest restaurant scene in the world!”

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Tanya is an avid traveller who is happiest when using her camera to discover what delights the world has to offer. She originates from Canada, currently makes her home in the Netherlands, and is on an everlasting journey to visit all corners of the world.


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