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Taste of London 2016 tickets

Find out more about booking tickets, package deals and the event’s location in Regent’s Park, June 15-19

By Time Out in association with Taste of London

Enjoy a summer’s day out with family and friends, sampling amazing dishes from 40 of London’s top restaurants, join cookery masterclasses and see some of the world’s best chefs in action. Here’s how.


Regent’s Park, NW1 5HA.

The Taste of London festival is situated opposite Regent’s Park tube station, and is also within walking distance of Great Portland Street, Baker Street and Warren Street stations.

Opening times

You can book for one of the lunch or evening sessions during the festival:
Wednesday June 15, 5.30pm-9.30pm
Thursday June 16, noon-4pm and 5.30pm-9.30pm
Friday June 17, noon-4pm and 5.30pm-9.30pm
Saturday June 18, noon-4pm and 5.30pm-9.30pm
Sunday June 19, noon-5pm

Ticket packages

Book Taste of London tickets through Time Out and get one standard ticket including a Sipsmith Original London Cup* or pint of Pilsner Urquell** for just £13.

Buy Taste of London tickets

You can also buy tickets directly through Taste of London. Prices are as follows:

Standard ticket £16

VIP tickets from £32

Entertaining at Home Masterclass Tickets from £52

All tickets carry an additional booking fee. For full details visit

Please note that some special events in each session require advance booking as spaces are limited. Check the website for details.

* Available on Wednesday June 15 from 5.30pm-9.30pm or Thursday June 16 from 12pm – 4pm or 5.30pm – 9.30pm.

** Available on Friday 17, Saturday 18 or Sunday 19 June. Times are 12pm – 4pm or 5.30pm – 9.30pm on Friday and Saturday, and 12pm – 5pm on Sunday.


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