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Best Food Events in London
London has so much to offer for everyone's individual tastes (both in food and style). From cabaret to afternoon tea, and burlesque to fancy dinner dances, we have selected the most inspiring, absorbing and enchanting events. So why not ditch the take-away pizza and make your meal memorable? Here is our recommended list of the best food events and experiences in London.
For a Sunday roast with a difference, Boisdale Canary Wharf's Swinging Jazz Lunch offers one of the best food events in London. Enjoy an 18-hour slow roast rib of beef while you tap your toes along to the very finest in classic jazz.
Get ready to soar through space, dine on exquisite dishes and immerse yourself in another universe. This unique dining experience unfolds over 10 courses, all prepared by renowned chefs, with added projections and sounds for a completely unique experience.
A must-do for any avid London foodie, The Fallow Collaboration Menu With Adam Handling will offer an exclusive chance to sample some of the finest cuisines in the capital city. Hosting a ten-course meal, the focus will be on elevating simple everyday produce to thrilling new heights.
If you're looking for something a little different this winter, look no further than Funicular Productions immersive dining experience - The Murdér Express. Climb aboard this luxury train for a four-course menu crafted by a MasterChef champ, along with a night of Poirot-style entertainment that will force you to point the finger at your fellow diners.
Joining forces with some of the best wine places for tasting events, Winfield Wines heads to Cote Brasserie, The Cork & Bottle and Jamon Jamon for a series of vino-centred events featuring glorious plates of tapas, specially selected wines and more.
Laddies and lassies should look alive as Bourne & Hollingsworth bring you one of the city's best Burns Night celebrations. Settle in for a five course feast of classic fare, feature all the ceremony, alongside tasty cocktails and a paired dram or two.
Perfect for little ones with a love of Japanese cuisine, Sticks'n'Sushi are holding a series of child-friendly sushi-making lessons this winter. Lasting one hour, the workshops will teach each ticketholder how to craft their very own sushi and nigiri, which they will be able to take home and enjoy.
Still haven't experienced the awesome antics from this quirky Fulham spot? Head south where The Little Blue Door invites you to feast on 3-courses including raclette mac n cheese, buttered Swiss chard and truffle fondue, with live music and cocktails to boot.
Toast to the end of January at this cosy feast created by The Great British Bake-off semi-finalist, Chetna Makan. Ticket holders will be able to enjoy a delicious four-course dinner, along with a welcome drink and the chance to meet Chetna herself.
Eat your way through central London, as this unique walking tour takes you on a culinary adventure through Chinatown's best street food hotspots, indulgent restaurants and cocktail bars. You'd better come hungry, because this is going to be a big one.
Taking over a top-secret London location, the Dinner Ladies are back for a Chinese New Year special. Celebrate the year of the rat with delicious dumplings, veggie favourites and a menu that you won't wanna miss.
Food events in London do not get sweeter than this. If you are a lover of all things chocolate, then you'll adore a MyChocolate event. Not only does it feature the milky goodness we all treasure, they also combine playful creativity, charm and a commitment to service to create a night you'll never forget.
To celebrate three years of serving up the very best West Indian cuisine and throwing some unforgettable parties, Faaji is getting ready to celebrate its biggest birthday bash yet. With a strict black dress code, live music and free-flowing cocktails, partygoers can expect to be dancing right through 'till dawn.
Mix, mingle, and enjoy this supper club, where you will be treated to four courses of delicious Mexican food designed to challenge and intrigue your palette, all hosted within a quirky vault.
Celebrate Burns Night with the very best of Scottish food and drink at Temper. Located in the heart of the city, this uber-sleek eatery will be hosting a huge dinner party to pay tribute to Robert Burns, with the likes of smoked salmon tacos, haggis and pairing whisky on the menu.
Skip the same old Sunday roast for something a little different as Rapsa in Hoxton invites you to feast the Filipino way. Think slow-roasted Lechon crispy pork, veggie favourites and classic Pinoy desserts.
Veggies, look away now. This quirky walking tour is all about the meatier things in life, as it takes you on a tour of east London's best chicken spots. Whether you're a fan of buffalo or BBQ, you'll find it all here, washed down with superb small batch drinks.
Get your foodie fix as Mrs Hollingsworth, author of Vegan Treats, takes to Paradise by Way of Kensal Rise this January. With a mid-week feast that'll take you through 3 delicious courses with a few chocolately twists, this isn't one to miss.
After a food experience that'll really blow your socks off? Get down to Shoreditch where Terra Mundo is taking over with an immersive dining concept that pairs sound and visuals with impressive bites and drinks pairings.
This brunch party has DJ Emily Rawson and her iconic female DJ crew on the decks, bottomless cocktails to soak up and delicious dishes from the classic avo toast to dreamy blueberry pancakes smothered in maple syrup and topped with bacon.
Just when you thought you'd seen it all, The Clink brings you sumptuous cooking from prisoners across the country. Expect everything from themed dinners to carol services and a winter ball.
From a bottomless butchery masterclass to a Burns Night extravaganza, temper are offering some of the finest food events in London. Head over to one of the venues in Covent Garden, Soho or The City for delicious food, cocktails and some very cool happenings.
Bake Off lovers look no further - PAUL are hosting a number of artisan bread masterclasses to teach you how to master the dreaded bread week. During the session you'll learn how to make three different loaves before enjoying a post-class feast of sharing platters and drinks, including your own bread.
From a mouthwatering dinner centred on grouse and paired wines to a game and Bordeaux-themed supper club through to a special New Year's Eve edition, The Jugged Hare is bringing you impressive British dishes and fine wines.
Head over to Factory Coffee this February and March where Forbes whisky writer Felipe Schrieberg will be in residence to bring you a two hour tasting of iconic Welsh whisky, Penderyn, alongside a few tasty paired plates to boot.
Inspired by the spicy, smoky flavours of the South, Hip Hop brunch offers its guests a chance to try a slice of Texan life at their Saturday brunch. The compelling menu includes mouth-watering starters, such as lemon and chilli chicken wings, and even better mains, like the buttermilk-spiced fried chicken thighs.
Take a trip inside this futuristic food pod at the Bread Street Kitchen where style and street food collide. A new take on group dining, you'll be treated to excellent cocktails and sublime snacks, perfect for sharing with friends.
Fancy yourself as one heck of an amateur chef? Head to Throwin It Down this summer and take part in a unique cook-off to remember. Taking place in one kitchen, six teams of two will go against each other and the clock in an effort to be crowned the winner.
MATR is the brainchild of BBC Two's Million Pound Menu star chef Jonas Lorentzen, who draws inspiration from Iron and Viking ages and combines them with modern technique. The result? A a 7 or 9-course feast for the senses, with expertly-paired wines.
Join Brother Marcus in Balham this November as they host the Little Italy supper club. Settle in and revel in the relaxed atmosphere fuelled by a funky Italian soundtrack and a menu of diverse homemade delicacies with plenty of fresh pasta to tuck into.
Prepare to be transported to Italy as Girasole in north London brings you an evening dedicated to mouthwatering dishes. Think lasagne, gnocchi and charcuterie boards finished off with a selection of authentic desserts.
Looking to switch things up a little this January? Grab a bottle and head on down to N5 Studios where TV chef Maria Elia will be cooking up a picture-perfect feast of Greek-meets-British cuisine, that also happens to be totally vegetarian.
Join Hix and their chef Mark Hix throughout London as they host a series of delicious food events, from talks by famous chefs to kitchen table nights with the chef himself, to masterclasses to perfect your own cooking skills.
If you love pasta, these are the food events for you. Taking over La Goccia in Covent Garden. These interactive an informative workshops will teach you all you need to know about making fresh dough, pasta shapes and pairing with authentic, simple sauces.
From succulent Tamarind spiced chicken wings to a delicate spicy tuna tartare, beef isn't the only thing that Bread Street Kitchen has mastered. Head to the City restaurant for a mouthwatering menu that'll have you dreaming about it for weeks after.
From wine masterclasses in the West End and gin-based dining in Covent Garden to a city-wide celebration of the humble croqueta, these great London pubs and bars are serving up new and inventive food events to tickle every kind of tastebud.
A fiesta for single foodies, this fun supper club is about meeting, mingling and munching. Join GOOCE for one of their unique events, where they bring together a selection of like-minded Londoners for fine food, plenty of fizz and some good old fashioned chit-chat.