From relaxed casual restaurants and family-run cafes to chic cocktail bars and different culinary London’s gastronomy world meets at the Marylebone Food Festival. The event, which will start on April 26, will include dinners, tasting events, masterclasses, and festival menus.
The Marylebone Food Festival, which took place for the first time in 2018, brings together the gastronomic world of London between April 26 and May 1 this year. For 6 days, bars, restaurants, and independent food shops in the West End will showcase their most delicious dishes at free and ticketed events. The event also draws attention with its fundraising dinner. The Marylebone Food Festival will collect donations for the charity The Food Chain, which is doing great things to heal, stay healthy, and meet the nutritional needs of people living with HIV in London at dinner with the participation of 8 different businesses.
The fundraising dishes, whose tickets were sold out within 24 hours last year, will host 120 guests on April 26. The cuisine of the dinner will include the dishes of Delamina, Cubitt House, Lina Stores, Lurra, Fischer’s, La Fromagerie, and The Portman Pub, as well as the Indian restaurant Trishna, which has recently received a Michelin star for 2022. Tickets for the charity dinner, hosted by restaurant critic Jay Rayner at St Mary’s Church, are £110 and will go on sale this Friday, March 18.: gastronomy • london • Marylebone food festival • restaurant