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

the world on a plate IN MARYLEBONE

Thursday 8 March
The Church of the Annunciation, Marble Arch
 Bryanston Street, Marylebone, W1H 7AH

Opening the festival is a truly unique dining experience: in a dramatic Gothic Revival church behind Oxford Street, over a dozen of Marylebone’s restaurants and wine specialists will collaborate to prepare an exclusive tasting menu with dishes from around the world, all paired with a specially curated wine flight. 

Roux at The Landau – Trishna – The Providores and Tapa Room – Clarette – Picture – Bernardi’s – Lurra – Blandford Comptoir – La Fromagerie – Rococo Chocolates – Le Vieux Comptoir – Seymour’s Parlour in partnership with Marylebone Gin



Saturday 17 March
Moxon Street Car Park
Cramer Street, Marylebone, W1U 4EW

The perfect way to spend a Saturday in London, the Marylebone Street Kitchen will bring together a programme of drink and dining experiences, from masterclasses and workshops to cook-offs, tastings and talks, alongside street food and drinks from the likes of The Grazing Goat, Hoppers and 108 Brasserie.

Taking place in an al fresco space off Moxon Street, behind Marylebone High Street, Marylebone Street Kitchen is an all-day event that is free to attend.

108 Brasserie at The Marylebone Hotel – Amanzi Tea – Boxcar – Clarette – Coco Momo – Fishworks – Hoppers – La Fromagerie – The Coach Makers Arms – The Grazing Goat – The Providores and Tapa Room – Trishna – Yeotown Kitchen – Roti Chai – Sourced Market