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PHOTO: In the VIP area for @TasteOfLondon


Taste Of London (21-24 Jun 2012), Regents Park, London

Taste Of London has a vast selection of ticket options. They range from the “Standard Ticket”, (£24 in advance), to a “Secret Garden Pass” (£100 on the door). Those lucky enough to possess the more exclusive tickets are welcomed into a VIP tent.

The VIP tent is a huge British Airways themed area. Lots of BA blue, blue flowers, blue accented furnishing and even a blue light feature. More importantly it shielded us from the torrential wind and rain commonly known as ‘British Summertime’. Entrance to the tent comes complete with a beautiful coffee table style book entitled Taste Recipe Collection, with a blue cover to fit into the rest of the décor. This glossy 145 page hardback houses entries from all the heavyweights of the show including Bar Baloud, Busaba Eathai, Gaucho Grill and Le Gavroche.

So is it worth it? We visited Taste of London on the Thursday, easily expected to be the quietest day. However, it was bustling right from the opening. Given access to a private bar; a welcome glass of Laurent Perrier; and the all important shelter from the elements, it’s a case of “get in if you can”.

 

Taste of London Festival
Ticket Options: www.tastefestivals.com/london/content/356/Ticket-Prices
Ww: www.tastefestivals.com/london/
Tw: @TasteOfLondon

[Full event review to follow…]

June 21, 2012 at 08:55PM via Instagram http://instagr.am/p/MJf5A5icwK/

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