Friday October 4th will see central London transform into a vibrant and bustling taste of Malaysia, as the sights, flavours and sounds of this truly unique country take over Trafalgar Square for the fourth annual Malaysia Night.
The Rt Hon. Tom Brake MP, Deputy Leader of the House of Commons, hosted the launch of the third Asian Curry Awards at the House of Commons on Wednesday 4th September.
From 1 October to 11 November, Guernsey will hold its 15th annual Tennerfest, which will see restaurants in Guernsey and its sister island Sark offer all inclusive menus starting from £10, with savings of almost 50%.
September, and the new season oysters are here. Italian and seafood ristorante Pescatori at 57 Charlotte Street, W1, is celebrating from 10 to 20 September with an inviting market-style stall located in its alfresco area.
For those craving the atmosphere of the seaside and the tastes of the ocean, The Granville @ Barford is hosting its annual ‘Seafood Festival’ from Tuesday 24 - Saturday 28 September. Customers will be able to enjoy a wide range of delicious fresh seafood dishes from produce delivered daily.
Kent-based TV Chef Dev Biswal is to create a “pop up” restaurant and serve a gourmet tasting menu at the Kent & Canterbury Club at three special events in October.
Earlier this summer, iconic restaurant group D&D London teamed up with ethical water company, Belu, and international charity, WaterAid, to launch the first ever World Water Week Summer Sculpture Competition.
Inspired by the Prosciutto festival in Parma during September, the team at Sartoria is bringing a slice of Italy to the capital with its very own Prosciutto Month.
After the buzz and excitement of Gothenburg, Beirut and Sicily, the next stop on Mile High’s globetrotting tour takes inquisitive guests on a culinary adventure to the sandy shores of the Indian Ocean: Destination Mozambique.
Chainmail gloves and knives at the ready…In celebration of native Oyster season, on 7th September Bluebird will be hosting its infamous annual Oyster Shucking Competition.
Now celebrating its fifth year, the Broadstairs Food Festival combines energy and enthusiasm for Kent produce with a passion for providing East Kent with a truly independent community festival.
Swift House Cookery School, which has just opened in Bethersden near Ashford in Kent, has announced its programme of cookery courses, including a session with Dev Biswal, chef patron of the award-winning Ambrette restaurants in Margate and Rye.
Bury St. Edmunds will host a Food and Drink Festival this August Bank Holiday, and the Angel Hotel is offering visitors a holiday package which includes accommodation on a B&B basis and a three-course dinner from £159per room, per night – saving 30%.
This summer will see The Great Indian Peninsula Railway pull-up four times between 11th July – 3rd August at Kitchen Party in Clerkenwell.
London is at the forefront of the hottest culinary trends in the world, and the Italian Aperitivo is in vogue. The custom of Aperitivo is a tradition deeply rooted in Italian culture, whereby early evening drinks are enjoyed and paired with antipasto to whet the appetite for your evening meal.
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