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Taste of London Festival 2022: Date, Tickets, Venue and More

May 27, 2022, 12:03 | Updated: May 27, 2022, 12:09 PM

Expect a next-level collection of over 120 delicious dishes from London’s most talented chefs.

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Here’s everything you need to know about the Taste of London garden party…

Summer festivities are back in full force and what better way to celebrate than with five delicious days of feasting in the green oasis of Regent’s Park from June 15-19.

Kicking off the summer festival season and celebrating its 18th anniversary, Taste of London will be a one-way ticket to some of the hottest restaurants, the world’s top chefs, exclusive dining experiences and champagne entertainment.

Dine, drink and dance this summer as the perfect day outdoors awaits.

Dine, drink and dance this summer as the perfect day outdoors awaits.

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From Asian to West African, from Italian to Spanish, this is a next level feast. Take a look at the menus here

Here’s everything you need to know about the festival…

  1. When does Taste of London take place?

    Doors open at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 15 for the first of eight sessions and close on Sunday, June 19.

    It’s not just about the restaurants, there are myriad ways to get involved, including the Fire Pit with Food Network or the brand new House of Taste where the 18th birthday party will begin…read more about this what’s going on here

    Don't miss the tastiest event this summer, discover new talents and taste new dishes from your favorite chefs and restaurants.

    Don’t miss the tastiest event this summer, discover new talents and taste new dishes from your favorite chefs and restaurants.

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  2. How can I get tickets for Taste of London?

    Tickets will be available for purchase on the official Taste of London website.

    You can buy tickets here.

  3. Where will Taste of London take place?

    The festival venue is: Regent’s Park, Outer Circle, London, NW1 5HA and the nearest tube stations are Baker Street, Regent’s Park and Great Portland Street.

    More information and a handy map here.

    We recommend planning your route with CityMapper. There are limited parking spaces around Regent’s Park, so traveling by public transport is your best bet (and best for the planet!)