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National Geographic Traveller (UK) holds its inaugural Food Festival on July 20-21 at the Business Design Centre, Islington, London.

The event offers visitors a chance to take their taste buds on an expansive world tour, with the main hall featuring stalls packed with delicious cuisines from destinations as far-flung as Dominica, Israel and Thailand.

In two newly announced masterclass venues, the Tarragon and Cinnamon theatres, National Geographic Traveller will be offering an insight into how some of the world’s most exciting dishes are created – whether it’s a Montenegrin corn crepe, a modern twist on tortellini or a fashionable black vegan burger with seaweed and tofu.

On the main stage, there’ll be a programme of big-name speakers, from French culinary icon Raymond Blanc and food personalities Gennaro Contaldo, BBC1 MasterChef’s John Torode and Andi Oliver plus many more.

Speakers Corner will host celebrated cookbook authors and food writers such as Kay Plunkett Hogge, Asma Khan, John Gregory Smith, Tommy Barnes and Theo Michaels.

Bahn xeo, Vietnamese crepe

Tickets cost just £22 and include entry to the festival and all interviews and Q&As, panel sessions and chef demonstrations – plus heaps of delicious – and free – sampling and learning opportunities.

Set your taste buds on fire and grab a hot ticket today before they sell-out:
foodfestival.natgeotraveller.co.uk

WHEN: Saturday July 20 and Sunday July 21 2019
OPENING TIMES: 10am-18.00pm on Saturday, and 10am-16.30pm on Sunday
WHERE: The Business Design Centre, London:  https://www.businessdesigncentre.co.uk/
NEAREST TUBE: Angel, Islington
INSTAGRAM:  https://www.instagram.com/natgeotraveluk/

 

 

 

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