Best foodie events in London this summer 2017

This summer, ditch the takeaway pizza and celebrate London diverse culinary scene, with so many food festivals and events taking place in the capital!

Here you can find our recommendations:

Taste of London

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Taste of London is a five days of eating, drinking and live entertainment festival occurring twice a year.

The flagship event will take place from 14th to 18th June in the stunning settings of Regents Park, just across the road from The Danubius Hotel Regents Park.

Here, you can sample signature small-plate dishes from London’s latest, greatest and most exciting restaurants, watch live cooking demonstrations from world class chefs and indulge is some gourmet shopping at various boutique food markets.

For more info and tickets, visit the official website.

Ticket prices: from £17.

Nearest tube stations:

Regents Park (Bakerloo line)

Camden Town (Northern Line)

Baker Street and Great Portland Street ((Hammersmith & City, Circle, Metropolitan & Bakerloo lines)


London Food Month and Night Market

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London’s big new food festival is coming to Kensington from 1st to 30th June. At the heart of London Food Month will be a two-week night market bringing the capital’s top chefs and hottest street food stalls to Perks Field, Kensington from 7-18 June.

Featuring art installations and entertainment including DJs, live music, Westfield Open-Air Cinema, surprise pop-ups and themed bars from partners including Ketel One Vodka and Cobra Beer.

Tickets: prices from £15, available on the official website.

Nearest tube station: Queensway (central line, 20 minutes ride from The Danubius Hotel Regents Park).


The Underground Supper Club

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Have you ever fancied eating a sophisticated dinner in a tube carriage? Now you can!

Enjoy a superb three-course tasting menu in one of London’s most unique venues, a decommissioned 1967 London Underground carriage. Expect Scandinavian cuisine in a relaxed French Brasserie style, presented by Basement Galley Head Chef Alex Cooper, who is a graduate of the Le Cordon Bleu School in Paris. On top, every guest will receive a complimentary cocktail on arrival.

The bar offers wine, beer and soft drinks throughout the night.

Various dates. For more info about this unconventional pop-up restaurant, please visit the website.

Location: The Pump House Museum adjacent to William Marshall Close, London, E17 8AN

Nearest tube station: Walthamstow (Victoria line). Feel free to ask our Concierge for directions.


London Wing Fest

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London Wing Fest is a magnificent celebration of the tastiest chicken wings, inspired by the National Buffalo Wing Festival held annually in Buffalo, New York.

The festival brings together the finest sellers of chicken wings from around the country who compete for the title of best Buffalo wing and best Wild wing. The winners are voted for by ticket holders during the event.

When: 5th and 6th August;

Nearest tube: Canada Water (Jubilee line, 35 minute direct journey from the Danubius Hotel Regents Park).

For info and tickets, click here.






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