COMING UP IN LONDON: Eat & drink festival

If you want to enjoy some good British food, some tasty drinks and see great British Chefs in action EAT and DRINK FESTIVAL is for you. Don’t worry, that’s not all!

eat & drink festival 2017

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When and where?

This festival has it all

1. The food

Artisan producers will be there, with samples ready for you to taste. They say we should expect the real organic cheese, bread and many more available in London.

Various exhibitors with different specialties and cuisines (American, Italian, British, French, Spanish, you name it). A list with some of them can be found on the festival’s official website. Check it out!

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The Great Eat:

Fan of street food? Seems they have got something for your taste buds too. Guess you can enjoy London by tasting the most delicious street food meals available at The Great Eat area, part of the festival.

The Foodie lab:

Watch and learn demonstrations with worldwide great chefs showing off their skills, for you and you only. Brace yourselves for some fantastic lessons – we’re going, we need our cooking motivation boosted!

Here are some of the special guests: Michelin starred Chef Theo Randall, Last year’s Great British Bake Off winner Candice Brown, Gregg Wallace, Arun Kapil, Daniel Galmiche, Ed Baines, Max Lowery, Neil Rankin, Rich Harris, Sophie Michell.

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Source: eatanddrinkfestival.com

2. The booze

The Drinks station: a separate section with drinks only doesn’t sound bad at all. We wouldn’t expect otherwise considering that we’re in London! Drinks are a priority at any food festival. At Eat and Drink Festival you will have access to cocktails, beers and finest wines that some specialists will help you pair with food.

Want to know what wine goes best with your Sunday roast? Find out at Eat and Drink Festival.

Some of the drink brands include: Lord and Lady Muck, Rose Cottage Drinks, Shawbury Vintners, Toffoc Vodka and White Heron Drinks.

3. The Chef’s Table

Brush up on your kitchen skills with a selection of live demonstrations from top cookery schools at the Cook’s Academy. Learn all the tricks of the trade, from how to season your food for the best flavour to tips for filleting with precision or tackling some of the trickiest kitchen techniques.

Choose from a specially created menu made up of favourites from our celebrated street vendors, delivered to you at The Chef’s Table.

Enough reasons to come?

Find out more

On the festival’s website – here.

And for real time updates, follow their social media accounts:

Facebook account here.

Instagram account here.

Twitter account here.

Conclusion

If you are a foodie, amateur cook, future chef, it’s a must for you to be present. Not only you will be able to test some great food and selected drinks, but you will have the opportunity to see great chefs cooking and write down some of their insights! I will definitely be there!