Foodies Festival

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This festival for food lovers features demonstrations, tastings and master classes with well-known chefs, as well as restaurant tents and a speciality producers market. There will be a Chocolate, Cake, Bake and Preserves Theatre as well as Children's Cookery Theatre. There will also be a Vintage Tea Tent, which will host daily tea dances, a BBQ and a Real Ale and Cider area. In a mildly bemusing marketing stunt, Bompas and Parr will be handing out tasters of a free ice cream created to promote a Colgate toothpaste for sensitive teeth.

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Alex B

I couldn't quite understand what this was supposed to be, charging £15 per head in order to access rather ordinary stalls selling food & wine seems extortionate. There appeared to be no additional value and it seems a bit like being charged £15?to shop on your local high street. Way below normal farmers market standard, go to borough market it's free and you get a. Fantastic foodie experience that this rubbish.

John W

Paid for VIP tickets for Foodies Festival at Twickenham. Complete waste of money. Although there were several sites that gave cooking or wine demonstrations the whole place was just a gigantic market. The VIP package which entitles you to a glass of Prosecco plus free coffee, tea and soft drinks throughout the day. You also receive a goody bag which contained a small non alcoholic beer and a few free samples which I valued at about 50 pence. The full VIP price of over £90 for two people was vastly overpriced compared with the admission price of £18 each. I would put the fair price for this event at about £10 per person. Don't bother with the VIP option it is more like and RIP off.