25.04.2022

Enjoy Culinary Delights At Marylebone Food Festival


Marylebone Food Festival takes place this week, from Tuesday 26 April until Sunday 1 May, featuring a fantastic line-up of restaurant dinners, masterclasses, supper clubs, tastings and festival menus. All celebrating the local area’s lively and eclectic dining and drinking scene and including our very own food market and sold out tasting tour.

There are a number of events and special menus to enjoy including:

Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill – An interactive and exclusive culinary evening, ideal for food enthusiasts to hear from Chef Gianluca Augello while enjoying a glass of bubbly alongside famous Crispy Rosette, delicious Quail Wellington and Globe Artichoke.

Nobu – Nobu Bar presents an exclusive menu available throughout this week – a signature cocktail, Japanese Spritz, accompanied by three Nobu dishes for £40 per person.

The Grazing Goat – an exclusive pop-up experience on the terrace, partnering with Wright Brothers and Coates & Seely to bring the best Oysters and English Sparkling from the Pop-Up External Raw Bar.

Trishna – Eat, drink and enjoy the evening at Michelin-Star Indian Restaurant Trishna with a special five-course menu (£55 per person) curated by Executive Chef, Sajeev Nair, including Aloo Chaat, Coconut & Corn Tikki, Shahi Salmon Tikka, Gongura Lamb and finishing off with a choice from three delectable desserts, including Chocolate Chikki or Tandoori Pineapple & Coconut.

Roti Chai – Bellini & Butter Chicken Menu – 28 – 30 April.

Zayna – Street Food Tasting Menu – Transporting you on a taste journey to enjoy some of the most famous dishes from the streets of Punjabi. Includes an exclusive menu for the Food Festival comprising of three courses plus a Saffron Martini or Kiwi Daiquiri for £30 per person.

Italian Greyhound – Painting session with Brush & Bubbles, followed by a pizza or pasta chaser, not to mention all whilst sipping one of their signature Bellinis – 30 April.

Up to date information about the events taking place can be found on Instagram and Facebook with a full list of the 30+ restaurants and eateries taking part and details of how to book available at the Marylebone Food Festival website.

The Festival is a collaboration between The Portman Estate and The Howard de Walden Estate and supported by Baker Street Quarter and our neighbouring Business Improvement Districts, Marble Arch London and Harley Street BID.


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