Every summer, we take over Regent’s Park for a next level food-fuelled garden party, slap bang in the centre of one of the coolest cities on earth. We’re joined by 55,000 hungry Londoners, ready to devour the best food and drink in the country.
So what’s the deal? We round up the hottest London restaurants, hunt down the future food heroes, hit up a few chefs about to launch their next big thing, and throw a festival celebrating it all. Alongside our week-long restaurants, a line-up of Daily Specials give you the chance to sample some of the city’s tastiest new concepts, popping up for one or two days only.
There is level access from the main entrance to:Multiple bars are located throughout Taste of LondonToilet facilitiesRestaurants, Chefs, and Artisan Producers
Travel by public transport
We would recommend you hop on a Tube to visit us! Jump off at Regent’s Park (Bakerloo) or Great Portland Street (Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan) and follow the signs to the festival.
Path to main entrance
All our entrances are accessible and step-free. We are working to make Taste of London as accessible as possible. However, Taste of London is an outdoor event within a park that could pose problems for mobility (particularly in wet weather).
If you find queueing difficult and require a faster entry to the festival upon arrival with your PA, please make yourself known to a steward at the gate who will be able to direct you to our accessible queuing lane. This will also be signposted for your convenience.
Getting around inside
Ticket/ information desk
Personal Assistant/Companion tickets for our accessible guests are admitted free to Taste of London. If you require a personal assistant ticket, please contact See Tickets Customer Services at www.seetickets.com/customerservice who will be happy to assist you with booking this in. Please note that free personal assistant tickets will only be given when accompanying a purchased ticket.
Please be prepared to present the relevant documentation to support your complimentary ticket request. This will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
Examples of relevant documentation are as follows:
-DLA (Disability Living Allowance)
-PIP (Personal Independence Payment)
-Evidence of registered severely sight impaired (blind)
-CredAbility Access Card (with +1 icon)
-Copy of Attendance Allowance letter
-Recognised Assistance Dog ID card
-Any other relevant documentation
All documents provided must show your full name and be dated from no older than 2020.
The above scheme and facilities are for customers with permanent/long-term access requirements and are not for people with temporary impairments such as broken bones, healing wounds or people who are pregnant.
PAs attending through this scheme need to be 18 years old by the start of the festival.
Things to See and Do
Spectator/ Audience viewing areas
Multiple bars are located throughout Taste of London
We have accessible toilets throughout the event.
Place to eat and drink
Restaurants, Chefs, and Artisan Producers
Queues can be expected at some of our most popular restaurants throughout the event and therefore customers may extend past the ramps and marquee and guests will be asked to queue on the grass.
Visit our website to find more information about our restaurants, chefs and artisan producers.
Please have a chat with any of our restaurants and artisan producers when you drop by about the ingredients in their dishes. They will always be happy to help with any questions (and convince you into another dish or two).
Getting around outside
Customer care support
Emergency evacuation procedures
Customer care support
- We have an accessible queuing lane for visitors who may require fast track entry.
-Accessible toilets throughout the event.
-Stewards to help with any difficulties that may arise over your visit.
-Wheelchair ramps up to your favourite restaurants to order and collect your food easily.
-BSL interpreters at some of the Chef demonstartions