Here at Harden’s we love it when a plan comes together and, with that in mind, we want to help you plan your day at Taste of London. Your Taste of London ticket admits you to the show for just four hours in any one day – so start penciling in your schedule now if you don’t want to miss your favourite chefs, like Michel Roux Jr and Noma’s Rene Redzepi.
The five-day event in Regent’s Park (18-22 June) is jam-packed with tastings, masterclasses and demonstrations from over 40 top London restaurants. And of all shapes and sizes too: the lineup includes Le Gavroche, Sushisamba, Duck & Waffle, MEATliquor, Roka, L’Anima, Tamarind, Salt Yard and many more. (Read what we have to say about Taste’s roll call for 2014 here.)
Watch the best at work with The Electrolux Taste Theatre or hone your kitchen skills with cooking classes from top chefs at The Cook Skills Theatre. Find the full lineup for all five days here.
Still not full? Then why not head down to the Laurent-Perrier champagne masterclass, learn how to pour your own Czech Pilsner Urquell at the Tank Beer pouring pods, or relax and sip a cocktail from Mahiki. There’s also the brand new Stubbins Kitchen Garden, Chapel Down wine and oyster bar, the Inamo sushi and sake masterclass, picnics, BBQs and much more.
Or if you fancy something a little more exotic then why not try the Taste of Korea? Korean food is bang on trend right now and you can experience a whistlestop tour of the country’s cuisine and find out there’s much more than just kimchi going on with Korea Foods and TV chef Gizzi Erskine. There is also the Taste of Thailand, where you can revel in Thai street foods and cocktails.
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