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Enjoy a gastronomical delight at Taste of London

Every summer, London’s famous Regent’s Park hosts Taste of London — a food-fuelled 10-day garden party, where thousands of hungry Londoners devour the best food and drink in the country.

This year, the festivities are a bit low-key because of the pandemic. The festival is divided between 7-11th July and 14th-18th July. Tickets start at 23 pounds for a taste pass and go up to 73 pounds for a three-dish bundle.

Thirty-four restaurants are participating this year including Indian cuisine restaurant Tamarind, Portuguese restaurant Bar Duoro, Peruvian-Japanese restaurant Chotto Matte, a vegan restaurant called Flower Burger, a restaurant serving British food called Mob Kitchen and several serving desserts. Alongside the week-long restaurants, a line-up of daily specials give the people a chance to sample some of the city’s new food concepts popping up for just a day or two.

Egg-Run is an egg-focussed breakfast joint that has a pop-up restaurant at the Taste of London.

Taste of London also gives people a chance to interact with the chefs and attend masterclasses. And there is plenty to do for those who enjoy a drink. From tequila bars to coffee bars that besides serving the perfect brew also serve coffee-infused cocktails. There is also a craft beer trail — a must-visit for any hop aficionado, you’ll get to pair tasty morsels with craft ales from some of Britain’s best brewers.

The Laurent-Perrier Club House is the place to hangout during the festival.

Of course, you can’t have any festivities without champagne. So head to the Laurent-Perrier Club House with a glass of Cuvee Rose in hand. Plus, this year Laurent-Perrier are taking the concept of great fashion taste to a whole new level. They’ve teamed up with The Berkeley to create a biscuit in homage to Manolo Blahnik, iced in champagne pink.