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London Restaurant Festival offers tourists things to do in London in October
Published: Wednesday 2nd of June 2010
Many tourists planning on visiting London attractions later this year are no doubt eagerly anticipating the sale of this year's London Restaurant Festival Tickets.
Tickets go on sale from June 8th, with the festival set to serve as the perfect complement to visiting some of the capital's other great sights, such as the Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Tour & Exhibition and the Tower Bridge Exhibition.
Tourists will be taken between eateries on the famous Routemaster buses as part of the festival's Gourmet Odyssey return.
The event will be taking place between October 4th and 18th, with American Express cardholders having been given exclusive access to the first tickets from last week.
Another highlight of the festival will be the Big Debate, which will see broadcaster and occassional F Word foodie Janet Street-Porter teaming up with London's chair of food Rosie Boycott and locking horns with food writer Jonathan Meades and Sunday Times' restaurant critic AA Gill.
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