4th March , 2022
Posted by. Show Promotion
Marylebone Food Festival - The Agenda
The Marylebone Food Festival has become one of London’s most successful food events and as far as the team at GS Magazine are concerned, it’s the first ‘must attend’ of the calendar year.
If you haven’t already booked your tickets, we’d recommend you do so, and now!
Marylebone Food Festival highlights:
Participating restaurants will include neighbourhood favourites: Delamina, Cubitt House with renowned chef Ben Tish, Michelin star Trishna, Lina Stores, Lurra, Corbin & King’s Fischers, La Fromagerie and The Portman Pub. 2019’s festival tickets sold out within 24 hours, so be quick to click on the 18th March to avoid disappointment!
Then fill your boots with a five day line-up of masterclasses, food tours, tastings and safari suppers from Taka, The Italian Greyhound, Clarette, 108 Brasserie & Bar at The Marylebone, The Harcourt, The Montagu Kitchen, Vinoteca, Celia Brooks Gastro Tours, Chourangi, The Shanghai Supper Club, Chocolate Ecstasy Tours, Boxcar, 31 Below, The Gate and many more.
On 26 April, Marylebone Food Festival launch dinner will see 12 restaurants and bars including Trishna, Cubitt House (with chef Ben Tish), Fischers, Delamina, Lina Stores, Lurra, La Fromagerie, The Portman Pub and more join forces to create the ultimate dining experience.
Tickets to the event in the stunning, Grade I listed St Mary’s Church, Wyndham Place, will be £110pp including canapes and aperitifs and eight courses with wines to match.
The Jay Rayner Quartet will play during the reception and all proceeds will go to The Food Chain, a charity of which host, Jay Rayner, is a patron.
From 27 April to 1 May, businesses throughout Marylebone will put on exceptional events including: wine dinners, workshops, supper clubs, feasts and book signings to celebrate the area’s vast mix of drinking and dining destinations.
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