Marylebone Food Festival

The inaugural Marylebone Food Festival was a celebration of one of London’s most exciting and diverse culinary destinations.

Over the course of the 10-day festival, Marylebone’s special eateries—ranging from neighbourhood cafes to Michelin-starred restaurants—offered special menus and participating in masterclasses, one-off collaborations, food tours and talks. 

Two unmissable headline events marked the start and end of the food festivities:

For The World on a Plate, over a dozen of Marylebone’s restaurants and wine specialists collaborated to prepare an exclusive tasting menu with dishes from around the world, all paired with a specially curated wine flight, in the dramatic setting of a Gothic Revival church. 

For Marylebone Street Kitchen, the Moxon Street car park hosted a programme of drink and dining experiences, from masterclasses and workshops to cook-offs, tastings and talks, alongside street food and drinks.

The festival raised over £2000 for its charity partner, FoodCycle Marylebone. The Baker Street Quarter Partnership BID also coordinated an area-wide food drive in support of the charity, which uses donated food items to cook a healthy three course meal at St Paul's Church, Marylebone, for those locals most in need.