South Grounds, Royal Hospital Chelsea

Nestled within the beautiful woodland of The Royal Hospital Chelsea comes the launch of London’s most magnificent food and beverage festival. This year, London emerges at the forefront of the covid pandemic recovery. Opening the doors of some of the most sought after restaurants and bars the city has to offer. The doors of which were closed for far too long.

On July 30th & 31st we will come together to celebrate a city rich in history and culture, and lay witness to a melting pot of some of the greatest culinary and beverage concepts the world has to offer. ​

Our festival will host a vast array of restaurants and chefs, many of which are award winning, some of which are up and coming at rapid speeds. These restaurants will showcase their greatest dishes allowing guests to sample their delights. Further to this, we have sprawled the country to find the best independent food vendors, and artisan marketeers who are leading the way in their field.

We will have drinks from some recognisable brands, and some truly exciting newcomers to the market.

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