The first of its kind, the event features a number of different activities showcasing the various restaurants and chefs that London has become famous for.
The Gourmet Odyssey on October 10 will take guests on Routemaster buses across London to one of four areas, kicking off with a glass of champagne. The tour will last four hours and will be packed with foodie adventures, including three different courses at three different top restaurants. Among them are the celeb favourite Nobu, Theo Randall, Wild Honey and Quo Vadis. A well known chef or food critic will be aboard each bus.
On Sunday 11, The Big Roast aims to bring together 800 people for the largest Sunday Roast on record. The prestigious Leadenhall Market located in the city of London will be converted into a dining area with chefs like Mark Hix and Richard Corrigan getting stuck in to the cooking.
Many of the 350+ restaurants involved in the festival have also created a specially priced “Festival Menu”. Click here for more information, to find out which restaurants are involved and to buy tickets for the festival which runs from October 8 – 13.