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by Aimee Sics


Let the yuletide begin! Taste of London: Festive Edition

Don’t try and fight it:  Christmas is just around the corner. Eep?! we hear you shriek? Indeed so, but in excitement no doubt, because deep down, we know you all love this festive time of the year. Replete with fun events, terrible Christmas jumpers, and endless mugs of mulled wine, what’s not to adore?

To kick start the 2016 yuletide period and get the jingle bells ringing, tickets are now on sale for one of our favourite happenings: Taste of London: The Festive Edition. Taking place at Tobacco Docks from 17th – 20th November, this event is the best place to get your festive-foodie-self prepared. We’re all too familiar with the reality that opening the fridge during December doesn’t magically produce a leg of ham, some honey roasted parsnips and a pot of creamy bread and shallot sauce —we need inspiration, and Taste of London can help.

Packed with London’s tastiest food, jovial tipples, thrilling cooking classes and live music, there’s plenty to get involved in. The space at Tobacco Dock will house 21 of London’s top restaurants including Hix, Bubbledogs, Kurobata and The Woodford, providing visitors the opportunity to sample some of their fare.

Keen to get up close and personal with the hats & aprons at these restaurants? You’re in luck as some of the UK’s top chefs such as Tom Kerridge and Marcus Wareing will indulge festive-goers with their tips and tricks at the AEG Taste Theatre.

Do yourself a favour and get your tickets now. This is one of London’s most enjoyable events: call it lowbrow and you’re in the minority.

Taste of London: The Festive Edition will take over Tobacco Dock in Wapping from 17 – 20 November.

Tickets on sale now from £15

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About the Author

Admittedly a coffee addict, this London-residing Aussie lady loves to write about anything (well, perhaps not medical science, but you could give her a shot at it…). As well as an eye for typos, she’s a fiend for good food, good friends and a (large) glass of red wine. From gallivanting across the globe, to discovering hidden secrets in London, Aimee is just as at home navigating the airport as she is with a game of scrabble and some 90s pop music.

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