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Taste of Summer 2017
Samantha Milligan

Win two VIP tickets to Taste of London festival

Top chefs, artisanal producers, tastings and masterclasses: win extra-fancy tickets to the capital’s top foodie festival!

By Time Out in association with Taste of London

Taste of London, the city’s top food festival, is back in Regent’s Park from June 13 to 17! Expect a host of incredible restaurants to return (Bao, Kricket, Hoppers, Club Gascon) alongside exciting newcomers (Bar Douro, El Pastor, Sorella), as well a fine-dining experience, chefs cooking over an open flame, masterclasses, tastings, a champagne lounge, DJs spinning tunes – and plenty more to sink your teeth into. 

And guess what? The lovely festival folks have sent a few VIP tickets our way. These grant you skip-the-queue festival entry, access to the Club Taste VIP lounge and garden, a complimentary glass of Champagne Laurent-Perrier La Cuveé upon arrival, and a choice of two delicious (but of course) Signature dishes, or two mouthwatering Signature dishes and one Taste Exclusive dish.

Actually, you might call these VVIP tickets, since we’re also giving away two complimentary vouchers for a three-course lunch or dinner at – deep breath – Barrafina, Duddells, Ikoyi, Sartoria, Corazon, Hoppers, Meraki, Freak Scene, Yosma or Smoke & Salt. It’s a lucky dip – but trust us, bag any one of them and you’re on to a winner. And if that wasn’t enough... you can scoop up a £150 voucher to spend at (Samsung are are also running a cooking masterclass at the festival that’s free for the first lucky folks to sign up on the day at the beginning of each session!)

All you need to do is try your luck at the question below. Good luck!

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