This is a sponsored article on behalf of TheFork.
Seafood specialties at Seasons Chelsea Bistrot
Gourmet! Do we have something for you? Eat your way at over 100 London restaurants during these two weeks and receive a 50% discount on the meal bill.
That’s right, restaurant discovery and booking site TheFork has brought TheFork Festival back to the capital for the second year running, with restaurants across the city taking part. They range from rooftop hotspots to must-visit restaurants, and there’s also the chance to book unique Michelin specials – but don’t be fooled, they all come at a hefty price tag. Venues for all budgets are on the list.
Michelin food in Mathura
Exclusive restaurant that you have wanted to try for a long time? Looking for your new local hangout and fancy trying out a few places? Now is the time.
The festival only runs until June 5th, so you’ll have to hurry – but if you plan well you’ll have time until then to plan in for a few half-price feasts with all sorts of cuisines.
Indian fine dining at Mathura by Atul Kocchura
For those who like something a little more unusual, the festival offers Michelin-special menus at a fixed price. Perhaps opt for contemporary Indian cuisine at Mathura by Atul Kochhar, where the Michelin-starred chef showcases the rich flavors of India and neighboring countries such as Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and China. Other Michelin star restaurants participating include the esteemed Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester.
Let us spoil you with champagne + cheese
After a long lunch at the weekend? Book into Covent Garden’s Champagne + Fromage, the French restaurant that combines 35 award-winning champagnes with delicious cheese charcuterie platters.
Over in west London, Seasons Chelsea Bistrot specializes in sustainable seafood, with dishes focusing on fresh fish caught by dayboat fishermen off the Kent and Cornwall coast.
They know their way around a burger at Big Fernand’s
Looking for something more relaxed? Big Fernand in South Kensington specializes in oversized burgers, creative sides and a selection of craft beers to wash it all down. The online menu will make your mouth water before you set foot inside. The team is of French origin so they really know how to use cheese and herbs to bring out the flavors in your burger. Why not drop by a weekday after-work get-together with colleagues or catch up with friends?
Check out the burgers at Big Fernand
So, How do you pack your cheap food? Just check out TheFork Festival’s offerings on the reputable restaurant discovery and booking website, either online or via the app downloadable from the App Store for iPhone and Android.
top tip? Keep an eye out for them Michelin specialtiesgiving you the opportunity to dine at great prices in some of London’s most prestigious and sought-after restaurants.
TheFork Festival 2022 runs until June 5th.