Calling all foodies, next week some of London’s best restaurants will be in one place.
Posted 7 Jun 2023 2:16pm BST
Regent’s Park will be taken over by some of the capital’s finest restaurants for next week’s Taste Of London Food Festival. The five-day festival takes place on the royal green space next week.
The Taste Of London Food Festival showcases over 30 of London’s up and coming restaurants. The festival’s website says it wants to provide a platform for “future food heroes”.
As well as a growing array of food vendors, there will also be food and drink workshops and experiences for festival-goers to partake in. From cooking classes to live music and entertainment, there is plenty to do.
55,000 Londoners are expected to flock to Regent’s Park for the festival next week. Even though the event is still a week away, there are still tickets up for grabs.
Here’s everything London foodies need to know about next week’s Taste Festival in the capital.
When does the Taste Of London Food Festival take place?
The food festival starts next Wednesday (June 14). The five-day food festival ends next Sunday (June 18).
Two sessions are open to participants between Thursday and Saturday, one for lunch and one for dinner. Opening hours throughout the festival are listed below:
- 14 June – 5.30pm – 9.30pm
- June 15 – 12:00 – 16:00 and 17:30 – 21:30
- 16 June – 12:00 – 16:00 and 17:30 – 21:30
- 17 June – 12:00 – 16:00 and 17:30 – 21:30
- June 18 – 12:00 – 17:00
Which restaurants will be represented at the Taste Of London Food Festival?
- Afghan caravan
- Seoul bird
- Yopo @ The Mandrake
- jam delicious
- Lick the Dutchpot
- bar croquet
- Gloria, Ave Mario, Circolo, Popolare, Jacuzzi and Carlotta
- rhythm kitchen
- Chai Wu
- Roti King
- RC butcher
- hot box
- Bone daddies
- Dim Sum Terrace
- Treats Club
- Holy Cure
- meat and buns
- STK Steakhouse
- dumpling legend
- burgers and lobster
- Francesco Mazzei
How do I get last minute tickets to the Taste Of London Food Festival?
Tickets for the festival are available on the event’s website. Visitors have a variety of ticket options to choose from.
The cheapest is the Taste Pass, which costs £24 and only gives guests access to the day of the festival they want. There are other VIP packages that offer perks, including expedited entry as well as two exclusive signature meals.
What is the nearest tube station to the Taste Of London Food Festival?
- Regent’s Park – 4 minute walk
- Great Portland Street – 4 minute walk
- Baker Street – 4 minute walk