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Marylebone Food Festival Returns

We can’t wait to welcome back Marylebone Food Festival from 26 April to 1 May, celebrating all-things gastronomy in Marylebone. Highlights include a Food Tasting Tour and exclusive menus from the likes of Nobu Hotel London Portman Square and Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill.

A popular fixture of the area’s calendar, Marylebone Food Festival celebrates the breadth and variety in this gastronomic pocket of London. From relaxed casual dining and family run cafes to chic bars and culinary excellence – Marylebone has it all. Highlights include our very own BakerStreetQ Food Tasting Tour, which you can find out more about here. The festival’s launch dinner hosted by Observer food critic Jay Rayner and featuring restaurants including Trishna, Cubitt House/The Grazing Goat and Zayna, sold out in record time so don’t miss the chance to join us on our Food Tour! Elsewhere at the festival, Nobu Bar will be offering an exclusive menu for £40 per person and Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill is celebrating with a special culinary evening with Chef Gianluca Augello.

As well as the events above, the festival will see 30 participating restaurants offering an unmissable line-up of exceptional dinners, masterclasses, supper clubs, tastings and festivals. For the full line-up of events and to book tickets head to Design Your Night.

Marylebone Food Festival was created by The Portman Estate and The Howard de Walden Estate to highlight the breadth and diversity of food and drink establishments in Marylebone. It is supported by the area’s Business Improvement Districts; Baker Street Quarter Partnership and our neighbours Marble Arch London and Harley Street Area Partnership.

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