London Restaurant Festival 2015.
From Michelin-starred restaurants to neighbourhood bistros, London Restaurant Festival is your passport to discovering London's finest cuisine.
It’s finally that time of the year, the long-awaited month when some of the best restaurants in London – Nobu, Hakkasan, L’Autre Pied and loads more –celebrate eating out by offering special menus and events around the city. Whether you’re looking for a vibrant evening with friends or a romantic spot for just the two, London Restaurant Festival´s is your chance to sample some of the finest menus in town and explore the culinary delights the city has to offer.
Running for its seventh year, the mouth-watering festival counts on over 350 restaurants that take part in this all-encompassing month of foodie events across the capital. This year’s programme includes restaurant-hopping tours where guests choose their tour and buy a ‘passport’, which entitles them to a small plate and a drink in each of the six restaurants on their chosen route. Options vary from Carnaby Village, Tapas Tours, Chinatown, Japanese Journeys, Victoria and Seven Dials.
Other events this year include the Champagne Laurent-Perrier Gourmet Odysseys, where guests travel on a Routemaster bus, which takes them to three top London restaurants in which they savour one delicious course per venue. You can choose to hop aboard and head to the North, East, or West of London, and the list of restaurants that you’ll visit can be found on the London Restaurant Festival’s events page.
There’s more, you can now combine your love of food and cinema by watching a film screening of ‘Local Hero’ in the home of the iconic BAFTA awards, an event representing a unique marriage of two of London’s great cultural pillars: food and film. Guests will then enjoy a three-course menu inspired by the film, created by BAFTA 195 Piccadilly’s Head Chef, Anton Manganaro, in the David Lean room.
And if all that wasn’t enough, AMEX cardholders can take part in this year’s ‘Inspired by London’ dining experience and meet London’s most prestigious chefs whilst enjoying a bespoke four course meal created by top chefs Marcus Wareing, Mark Hix, Jermey Lee, Nathan Outlaw, Helen Darroze, Philip Howard and Tomos Parry, and inspired by the English capital.
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