Published 24 March 2021
by Harriet Prior
Yesterday marked the one year anniversary of lockdown, a good moment to reflect on the past year and the lessons we have learnt. Today though, we’re looking firmly forward to the reopening of restaurants and revival of events and a sense of normality. So, it’s good to hear that Taste of London will be returning to Regent’s Park for a 10-day outdoor festival this July.
Making up for lost time and in light of the timeline for reopening, the festival is running for two long weekends this year (7-11 and 14-18 of July.) Things might look a little different, but as always more than 30 of London’s most loved chefs and restaurants will head to Regent’s Park to host talks, cooking demonstrations, exclusive menu tastings and immersive experiences. Visitors can also expect lots of chances to eat and drink their way through the weekend, with most dishes usually under £10.
The full festival line-up will be announced in the coming weeks. A limited number of tickets will be released from 30 April, and those interested can sign up to Taste of London’s newsletter to gain pre-sale access.