LONDON EVENT: LONDON RESTAURANT FESTIVAL

What better way to relax and indulge this week then at the London Restaurant Festival. The Festival itself, which is designed to promote and encourage not only some of London’s best restaurants, but all people in the industry, will be taking place from 3-17 October and is a great opportunity to hone in your likes and dislikes within the London food scene.

The festival divides itself into the more accessible ‘Festival Menus’, which are fixed priced menus ranging from £10 to £25 created by the restaurants and running throughout the whole two weeks. Or the more exclusive ‘Event Menus’, which include Hg2’s personal favourite, the gourmet odyssey comprised of a champagne reception and three course meal, each at a different restaurant.

London Restaurant Festival

Celebrity chef Richard Corrigan cooks three course meal in the London Eye.

This will be the Festival’s third year running and 800 of London’s finest restaurants will take part. So there is bound to be a little something for everyone. So seeing as all us hedonists simply have to eat, why not be a little hedonistic and treat yourself to one of the great meals on offer.

To book tickets for the event visit the London Restaurant Festival website.

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