Taste of London

If you find yourself in London this fall, you owe it to yourself to attend Taste of London: The Festive Edition – a food festival showcasing the best chefs, eateries, and trends of London’s culinary scene. This is your chance to try gourmet dishes at a fraction of cost and attend exclusive cooking classes that will take your own culinary skills to the next level. Taste of London will take place on November 15 – 18 at East London’s Tobacco Dock.

How Taste of London Works

Entry tickets to the Festival start at £15. Most dishes will cost between £3 and £7 except for some exclusive dishes that may cost more. Tickets are available for purchase, here

Or you can opt for the ultimate Diners Club Exclusive £55 VIP package that includes:

  • Fast-track entry to the festival
  • Access to VIP Lounge
  • A glass of Champagne Laurent-Perrier La Cuveé
  • 2 mouthwatering Signature dishes
  • Access to Diners Club International’s exclusive masterclasses
  • A signed book from an acclaimed Taste of London chef
  • Two drink vouchers redeemable at the VIP Bar

Diners Club Privileges

Diners Club is the Preferred Payments Partner of the Taste of London Festive Edition 2018. As a member, you have exclusive access to Diners Club Privileges available on the Diners Club website or via the Diners Club Travel Tools mobile app. Diners Club Privileges are a collection of perks and discounts negotiated especially for you, so feel free to use these discounts when you’re planning your travel.

The information provided herein is sponsored by Discover® Global Network. It is intended for informational purposes, and is not intended as a substitute for professional advice.

 

Andy Shuman is a travel and credit expert and a freelance writer who loves to share tips about traveling in style and saving money. His articles have appeared in travel and financial online publications, such as Discover.com, BarclaycardUS.com, LifeInterContinental.com, FrugalTravelGuy.com, QuickenLoans.com, and many others. Andy also blogs at www.lazytravelers.net, and he’s the author of the Amazon bestselling Lazy Traveler’s Handbook series.