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Palate Pleasure: The 2013 London Restaurant Festival

by ticketprinting on October 4, 2013

Fill Up at the London Restaurant Festival This October

Foodie-frenzy is in full bloom this month with the London Restaurant Festival set to run from 3 – 21 October. This city-wide festival is all about eating, and incorporates more than 800 restaurants in London, as well as including a diverse variety of events held at unique venues across the city.

The festival is designed to help increase the notoriety of the establishments who contribute, and also aims to pay tribute to the satisfaction and sustenance that you can seek from London’s top-notch restaurants.

The Gourmet Odyssey is one of the most popular events at this festival, as it takes guests on a journey to three different restaurants where they will enjoy a course at each.

The two main components of the festival will be the events and the festival menus. The only question now is, are you ready to eat?

Your Ticket to London’s Top Eats

During London’s Restaurant Festival, you can get access to special food presentations meant only for the fest by booking the Festival Menu in advance. Prices are reasonable, and some start as low as 10 pounds per person! That’s a pretty fabulous deal when you’re able to attend some of London’s best restaurants.

The range of restaurants to choose from are many, and they all have their own particular attractions. Top chefs will design made to order, multiple-course meals for your to spoil yourself, your friends, and your family with.

From Michelin Stars to simple fun, the London Restaurant Festival has something to offer everyone.

Book a table by going to the website, and make sure you don’t miss out on your opportunity to fill up on the best food you’ll find in the capital.

The Culinary Craze

Food seems to be all the rage these days. Why not capitalize on it while you can? Consider throwing your own food-centered event in the wake of the London Restaurant Festival.

Whether you run a charitable organisation and need to raise some extra funds, or you’re an event-planner looking for great ideas, food can be a fun and satisfying way to make or break an event.

Your event need not be a festival of sorts, but you can make it more official easily by selling Event Tickets, sending out matching Invitations, or even keeping your event more organised with Drink Tickets or VIP Passes.

 

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