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Taste of London festival launches foodie cake competition to celebrate 18th birthday with VIP prize

The TASTE of London festival has launched a cake competition for foodies to celebrate their 18th birthday with a VIP prize.

The highly anticipated event, which is the quintessential foodie festival, will take place in Regent’s Park next week.

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The Taste of London festival has launched a competition allowing festival-goers to win a VIP passCredit: Taste of London
Do you think these lamb chops with szechuan sauce are a cake?

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Do you think these lamb chops with szechuan sauce are a cake?Credit: Unknown, clear with photo office

Taste of London is celebrating ahead of launch with a fun competition called Cake or Real?

Food lovers must successfully identify which of the five dishes is actually made of cake.

Options include a burger, roomali raan, lamb chops with szechuan sauce, brisket, and pistachio white chocolate donut.

Those who choose correctly will then participate in a draw.

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The lucky winner will receive four ultimate VIP passes including entry, a glass of champagne and vouchers to enjoy the delicious cuisine on offer.

The Taste of London festival starts in just eight days.

It will run from June 15 to June 19.

Do you think you have a chance of winning the VIP prize?

The contest is open until 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, June 9.

Taste of London has taken over Regent’s Park every summer with a range of incredible dishes spread over five days.

Is it a real raan roomali or a treat?  !

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Is it a real raan roomali or a treat? !Credit: Unknown, clear with photo office
Or could the cake be this delicious burger?

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Or could the cake be this delicious burger?Credit: Taste of London
This white chocolate donut looks amazing

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This white chocolate donut looks amazingCredit: Taste of London
Is breast bread the odd one out?

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Is breast bread the odd one out?Credit: Taste of London