For four days this April, over 40 restaurants in Marylebone will be putting on special events, supper clubs, menus, workshops and offers as part of the Marylebone Food Festival, returning for its second year. On the events front, highlights include a vegan supper club at The Gate, an Italian seafood and champagne supper at Fucina, a pisco sour masterclass at Pachamama, chocolate and wine tasting at Philglas & Swiggot, a gin mixology class at The Pickled Hen and a pasta making class at Carousel London. If you fancy dining with a group of strangers, try The London from Scratch dinner, where Chef Michelle Francis will be opening up her Marylebone apartment to 16 lucky guests for an evening of good food and conviviality.
Many restaurants are putting on special ‘Festival’ menus too, including the newly opened Ooty, Chiltern Firehouse, Daylesford and Cocoro. If you just can’t choose between all the great foodie offerings, why not try one of the safari events? The Food Safari on Seymour Place offers a whistle-stop tour featuring three of Marylebone’s most loved hotspots – all within your lunch hour. The festival will kick off with a charity dinner on 24 April featuring some of the area’s best chefs, with funds going towards Springboard UK.
The Marylebone Food Festival is a collaboration between The Portman Estate and The Howard de Walden Estate, set up with the aim of showcasing the area’s impressive gastronomic scene.
Various locations across Marylebone, London
24 – 28 April 2019
To book any of the ticketed events visit marylebonefoodfestival.com