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Things to do in London: Taste of London 2010
Published: Tuesday 15th of June 2010
Taste of London 2010 will bring together 40 of the capital's best restaurants under one roof for the gourmet pleasure of foodies.
Offering something for every palate, the food festival will be featuring cuisine from across the globe.
This year's featured restaurant is the Malaysia Kitchen, which aims to introduce Londoners as well as visitors to the fresh, oriental flavours of the Asian peninsula.
The highlight of the event is the Taste Theatre which will see leading chefs wow audiences with their culinary art and expertise.
Chefs Iain Graham of Urban Caprice, Richard Kirkwood of J Sheekey and J Sheekey Oyster Bar, Gary Lee from The Ivy, Caprice Holdings' Tim Hughes and Jun Tanaka of the Pearl will be cooking up a storm at the gourmet extravaganza this year.
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Posted by Georgina Black
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