Wednesday, 27 June 2012

Taste of London ~Regent park London


On Thursday I visited Taste of London in Regents Park London. The food festival was in full swing despite the awful wet  British weather!! The festival  was a host to the finest tastes of  London  and multinational cuisines such as Flavours of Thailand,  and Flavours of the world. There was the World of Beer for those who love a pint or two or for those who have a more refined taste The Secret garden was perfect place to visit  where you could sip a cocktail or two. Finding a place for a lunch stop was mind boggling as you were spoilt for choice  with such a large  selection of  wonderful gourmet cuisine by some famous London restaurants such as The Savoy, Theos Randall at the Intercontinental, Tamarind Rhodes 24 and many many more.

For the food lovers who  love the preparation of food there were cookery demonstrations at the AEG kitchen by some famous and well known chefs and hands on master classes at the Weber BBQ experience.
Wonderful music, authentic Thai dancing and fruit and vegetable carvings were some of the highlights in the Thailand section of the festival.
In the world foods area sampling scrumptious hot Parathas by Shanas, drool worthy lindt chocolates and a wonderful  British tea experience at the Wedgewood Tea bar were worth doing.
The festival was very enjoyable and perfect day out for a foodie.

8 comments:

  1. The pictures by themselves speak a lot!

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  2. I missed this event..all of us was unwell that weekend :-( glad you enjoyed it :-)

    Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey
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  3. Great pics of the Regent Park food festival. Glad to know you had a great time.

    Deepa

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  4. Great pics of the Regent Park food festival. Glad to know you had a great time.

    Deepa

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  5. I wish I had been able to attend this event. I love food shows

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  6. Great post, Thanks for sharing these wonderful photos...

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