Calling All Foodies – 2-4-1 Tickets for the Foodies Festival in Battersea Park!
Foodies Festival @ Battersea Park | August 17-19 | £15 per day or £25 for 3-Day Pass
Like your grub? We sure do, so we’re mega-excited about the Foodies Festival in Battersea Park. And if there’s one thing that makes good food taste even better, it’s knowing you’ve got a bit of a bargain too!
For 2-for-1 tickets, use code ‘foodies241’ when booking online (at www.foodiesfestival.com) or by calling 0844 995 1111.
One of the highlights of the festival will definitely be four o nine, one of Clapham’s best restaurants. Here’s what they’ve got to say about the Foodies Festival:
Too many restaurants and too little time eat at them all? Experience London’s trendiest restaurants, all in one place, at Foodies festival in Battersea Park this August.
Clapham’s ‘Hidden Gem’ (Taste of London awards 2010) four o nine will be joining a catalog of London’s most fashionable foodie hangouts and brands, popping up at the Foodies Festival in two weeks time. Now in its sixth year, this 3-day-festival in Battersea Park gives Londoners the opportunity to sample a diverse range of food and drink all in one place, from prices as low as £3.
Among favourites such as Busaba, Hendricks and El Cantara Moorish Cuisine, four o nine will be serving hungry foodies, delicious twists on modern European dishes. Their Foodies Festival menu will include a mouth watering, slow cooked shoulder of Tamworth pig, cracked wheat, grilled corn and bean salsa, fresh curd, and a more traditional white wine braised beef with fresh tagliatelle pasta, tomato, parmesan and parsley. Created by in-house chef Chris Sutherland, all dishes on the menu are sure to be prepared using the very best seasonal produce.
London food-lovers will also be able to take part in a plethora of activities throughout the 3-day festival; including Food and Drinks Materclasses, Chef’s Theatre, featuring prestigious chefs Clare Smith (Gordon Ramsey) and Gary Lee (The Ivy) and a selection of brands, street food stalls and produce markets.
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