Tickets for the popular restaurant festival, Taste of London recently went on sale, for what is likely to be another sell out event. The festival will feature world class chefs, restaurants and more at its usual location in Regent’s Park this June.

New restaurants, world class chefs and fresh features are just a few of the reasons why you might visit this year’s Taste of London, which is put on in partnership with British Airways again this year.

Taste of London returns for its eighth year to London’s Regent’s Park from 16-19th June 2011 and promises to be eagerly anticipated by many this summer. We are told there will be a host of new and exciting restaurants, including ORA, Corrigan’s, Petrus, Le Caprice and Gauthier Soho. There will also be Michelin starred chefs, the line-up including chef celebrities such as Gary Rhodes, Michel Roux Jr, Silvena Rowe and Richard Corrigan serving up some of their favourite creations across the four days of the event.

Taste of London visitors will be able to buy dishes from 40 of the capital’s top restaurants, taste and buy from 200 food and drink producers, enjoy fine wine tasting and Champagne masterclasses with Laurent-Perrier. There will also be the opportunity to watch some of the world’s best chefs demonstrate their skills live on stage.

New to Taste of London this year will be the introduction of The Secret Garden – said to be ‘a gastronomic oasis’, an exclusive area of ‘hidden treats’ which will be tucked away in Regent’s Park. Visitors to The Secret Garden will have the chance to take part in Q&A sessions with some chef greats in addition to tasting canapés and champagne they will also enjoy access to a private bar and lounge.

To find out more about what will be on offer at this year’s Taste of London, go to:

Foodepedia readers can purchase two standard tickets for £35*, as opposed to £44 when bought in advance, or £52 when purchased at the gate, all you need do is click here or call the ticket hotline on 0871 230 7123 and quote promotional code TOLFOOD35.

* This offer applies only to standard tickets bought in advance for Thursday and Friday sessions and booking/transaction fees will apply.

Taste of London, Regent’s Park, 16-19th June 2011