Taste of London

Held in the capital, Taste of London is a five-day food festival, showcasing some of the city’s top chefs, best restaurants and finest food and drink brands. Situated in Regents Park from the 13th-17th June, join the 55,000 other visitors set to attend for interactive masterclasses and shopping opportunities galore!

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The Big Feastival

Founded by celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and artisan cheesemaker Alex James, The Big Feastival takes place in the picturesque setting of the Cotswolds. A three-day event taking place in August, The Big Feastival has something for all of the family to enjoy. From live music to cooking demos from Great British Bake-Off winner Nadiya Hussain, the event can be made into a weekend affair with camping tickets available. Kitchen appliance brand, NEFF, are headline sponsors for the third year and will be running ‘NEFF Skillery’ activities, where visitors can learn how to cook a variety of foods with NEFF appliances.

 

Pommery Dorset Seafood Festival

A fan of seafood? Pommery Dorset Seafood Festival has you covered. The free event is held on Weymouth’s historic 17th-century harbour in the middle of July. The festival celebrates Dorset’s fishing and seafaring trades by inviting visitors to browse at over 90 seafood selling vendors before sampling fresh oysters and a glass of bubbly with event sponsors, Champagne Pommery.

 

Abergavenny Food Festival

Described as ‘the Glastonbury of food festivals’, Abergavenny Food Festival has been running since 1999. Held in the charming Monmouthshire market town, the festival has won multiple awards and plays host to over 200 of the country’s best food and drink vendors. Aside from the cooking demos, tastings and food markets running in the day, the most appealing feature to the festival, is its evening parties that take place in Abergavenny Castle. With live music, fireworks and street food, this festival is a real treat for any food lover.

 

VegFest

Popping up in locations all over the country, including, London, Brighton, Glasgow and Bristol, VegFest is Europe’s number one vegan food festival. Founded by Tom Barford, the brains behind organic hemp company Yaoh, the festival plays host to dozens of vegan food and drink vendors. With live cooking demos and nutrition and health talks taking place during the day, visitors will then have the opportunity to sit back and enjoy live music in the evening.

 

Just looking at these festivals has given us a mountain of cooking inspiration. From seafood to vegan food, we’ve got everyone covered. Test your new found skills out and try making new, delicious dishes in your own kitchen once you’re home! Discover our range of beautiful, bespoke, hand-fitted kitchens guaranteed to make your cooking experience even better.’

Taste of London

Held in the capital, Taste of London is a five-day food festival, showcasing some of the city’s top chefs, best restaurants and finest food and drink brands. Situated in Regents Park from the 13th-17th June, join the 55,000 other visitors set to attend for interactive masterclasses and shopping opportunities galore!

Image: https://london.tastefestivals.com/

 

The Big Feastival

Founded by celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and artisan cheesemaker Alex James, The Big Feastival takes place in the picturesque setting of the Cotswolds. A three-day event taking place in August, The Big Feastival has something for all of the family to enjoy. From live music to cooking demos from Great British Bake-Off winner Nadiya Hussain, the event can be made into a weekend affair with camping tickets available. Kitchen appliance brand, NEFF, are headline sponsors for the third year and will be running ‘NEFF Skillery’ activities, where visitors can learn how to cook a variety of foods with NEFF appliances.

 

Pommery Dorset Seafood Festival

A fan of seafood? Pommery Dorset Seafood Festival has you covered. The free event is held on Weymouth’s historic 17th-century harbour in the middle of July. The festival celebrates Dorset’s fishing and seafaring trades by inviting visitors to browse at over 90 seafood selling vendors before sampling fresh oysters and a glass of bubbly with event sponsors, Champagne Pommery.

 

Abergavenny Food Festival

Described as ‘the Glastonbury of food festivals’, Abergavenny Food Festival has been running since 1999. Held in the charming Monmouthshire market town, the festival has won multiple awards and plays host to over 200 of the country’s best food and drink vendors. Aside from the cooking demos, tastings and food markets running in the day, the most appealing feature to the festival, is its evening parties that take place in Abergavenny Castle. With live music, fireworks and street food, this festival is a real treat for any food lover.

 

VegFest

Popping up in locations all over the country, including, London, Brighton, Glasgow and Bristol, VegFest is Europe’s number one vegan food festival. Founded by Tom Barford, the brains behind organic hemp company Yaoh, the festival plays host to dozens of vegan food and drink vendors. With live cooking demos and nutrition and health talks taking place during the day, visitors will then have the opportunity to sit back and enjoy live music in the evening.

 

Just looking at these festivals has given us a mountain of cooking inspiration. From seafood to vegan food, we’ve got everyone covered. Test your new found skills out and try making new, delicious dishes in your own kitchen once you’re home! Discover our range of beautiful, bespoke, hand-fitted kitchens guaranteed to make your cooking experience even better.’