10th Anniversary London Restaurant Festival

During the month of October, 400 restaurants in the capital will open its doors to over 50,000 people in a city-wide celebration of food and international cuisine. Taking place in the best restaurants London has to offer, the festival is split into two main events: Restaurant Experiences and Festival Menus.

In an attempt to deliver the most memorable and creative events, the London Restaurant Festival have put together a fantastic assortment of chef-hosted lunches, tasting menus, and restaurant-hopping tours. Showcasing the most elite restaurant experiences available, the events will highlight the diverse culture abundant in London’s thriving restaurant scene.

Have you been dying to try out some of the best dining experiences in London, but you’ve been cautious of the price? Festival Menus is likely to be one of the most inspiring dining promotions you’ve ever heard of. In partnership with Bookatable.com, you can dine at some of London’s top restaurants for as little as £10, and as much as £60. These fantastic offers are available in over 200 restaurants and are suitable for family dining. If you love food and the restaurant experience, this particular event is not to be missed; when else can you get Michelin-starred cuisine and service for a fraction of the price?

In addition to the dining experience, London Restaurant Festival has put on three incredible talks by four highly distinguished chefs. James Knappett and Sandia Chang talk about working their way to the top of the restaurant industry before opening their own restaurant, Pierre Koffmann who helped train Gordon Ramsay and Marco Pierre-White has been at the forefront of British cuisine for nearly forty years, and Andrew Wong speaks about bringing the authentic tastes of China into a fine dining atmosphere. Each talk is available for £20, and promises to offer unmissable insights into a challenging industry.

Head over to the London Restaurant Festival website to book any of these amazing events, and maybe we’ll see you there.