London, the restaurant festival

    London, the restaurant festival
    From October 8 to 13, you can taste gourmet and traditional dishes cooked by famous chefs in the most characteristic places in London: from the London Eye to Selfridges

    To promote the quality of English food (certainly not famous for being the best in the world), from October 8 to 13 a London The London Restaurant Festival takes place, an event in which they participate best chefs in the world and the main restaurants, who will offer (free or paying) their specialties in some of the most famous places of the British capital. The beating heart of the festival will be in the lively neighborhood of Covent Garden, where the main theaters and the most alternative venues are located. Here you can purchase tickets for the festival and access the events, some of which are free but have a limited number of places.

    Among the most important events, don't miss the "Gourmet Odysseys- Four different itineraries that will transport customers on typical double-decker buses (London's red buses) to some of London's best restaurants, including Nobu, Maze, Hakkasan, Quo Vadis and Hibiscus. These itineraries are paid and cost between £135 and £215. On Sunday, October 11, the appointment is with the traditional english roast. The event, “Great Roast”, will be held in Leadenhall Market, in the Bank area. During the six days of the festival some of the most featured international chefs They will cook for selected groups of people (10 maximum). Every night a chef will perform in one of the most characteristic and tourist places in London. One of them will be one of the capsules of the london eye, the Ferris wheel on the banks of the Thames that, for the occasion, will be transformed into a panoramic restaurant with a stunning view of the city. Another will be the roof of the Selfridges department store in Oxford Street.

    They will be approximately 300 restaurants in London that, during the culinary event, will offer fixed price menu, starting 10 pounds. And for movie buffs, it will be on the show. “Eat movie”, a series of projections on the gastronomic theme that will end with a menu based on the dishes that appear in the film we just saw. Among the places in question is also the Barbican.

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