Taste of London returns to Regents Park this summer. The city’s biggest food festival brings over 150 producers to the park including the popular West London rapper and the city’s best restaurant.
TV chef and rapper Big Zuu will join the exciting line-up for this year’s Taste of London Festival on the Fire Pit with Food Network. There will also be exclusive dishes from Roti King, dishes from London’s ‘best restaurant’ Chishuru and various Michelin star and celebrity chefs.
The Taste of London returns in its 18th year and welcomes foodies to enjoy ‘the city’s ultimate feast of food and drink’. Running from June 15-19, the festival has announced a massive lineup of the city’s best chefs, restaurateurs and artisans.
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As part of the festival they are bringing their famous fire pit to Regents Park, sponsored by Food Network. Big Zuu, known for its rap and grime music and shows like Big Zuu’s Big Eats and Big Zuu’s Breakfast Show, will open the Pit on Wednesday. Chefs at the Fire Pit cook exclusive dishes in front of guests.
Taste and Just Eat have teamed up to bring out the Just Eat Daily Special, promising two new and different restaurants every day. Ever since Time Out voted it London’s best restaurant, we’ve all been struggling to get a reservation at Chishuru in Brixton. But Londoners have a chance to get a taste of Adejoké ‘Joke’ Bakaré’s award-winning contemporary West African restaurant at this fantastic rate.
Popular restaurants also set to feature on the Taste of London this summer include award-winning Sir Lankan Spot Hoppers, Big Mamma Group’s Instagrammable destinations like Ave Mario and London’s first alpine-inspired restaurant, Heritage.
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Jay Morjaria from Million Pound Menu will also be at the festival with his pastrami experts, as will BBQ expert Genevieve Taylor and chef Sean Garrett from Pig and Butcher. Plus, The Sauce Shop, who will also feature samples from his delicious collaboration with legendary chef James Cochran.
In addition to Roti King, you can also sample exclusive dishes from Bibo by Michelin-starred Dani García and the Caribbean flavors of Juici Jerk.
For foodies who want to get active too, you can hone your cooking skills in the Skillery in the “Kitchen”. And for a bit of fun, there’ll even be a miniature golf course and Taste’s famous Pianoman will sing along to summer classics.
Taste of London tickets start from £24 and various packages are available to add meals, drinks and exclusive VIP offers. The Food Festival takes place in Regents Park from 15th to 19th June.