Tasty Christmas at the Eat & Drink festival

The first thing associated with Christmas - a lot of delicious food. Pies and pudding, roast and mulled wine - all are synonyms to the festive season. At the end of November, there will be an event we all expected: the Eat & Drink Christmas Festival, which will be held in Olympia London. It will be an excellent opportunity to taste delicious treats, buy Christmas gifts and be inspired to prepare your own special holiday meals.

The festival will be attended by more than 100 best food manufacturers and cooks. And believe me, you will definitely want to bring a few delicacies home to impress family and friends at dinner. Do not worry if your culinary skills are almost equal to zero, because experts will be nearby. Queen of baking Candice Brown and Greg Wallace from Masterchef will teach you clever tricks and give advice on making delicious dishes.

Do not underestimate the importance of beverages. Drinks Station - home to the most famous experts of the alcohol industry, who will tell you what is better to combine this or that festive dish with. You will have the opportunity to taste unusual cocktails and buy a bottle of your favorite drink.

Eat & Drink cannot be called a simple Christmas snack. Visitors of the event can stroll along the "streets of London", breathing aromas from all over the capital. Buy yourself a quick lunch, a delicious dinner or just enjoy the smell of street food. The Thursday evening will be especially tasty, because on this day the stores will be open until late, and Olympia London will turn into a buzzing nightlife center, the soundtrack to which the best musicians of the city will perform. Ideal place to relax after work.

So, the Christmas festival Eat & Drink will be held November 22nd-26th in Olympia London. If you already feel that you are hungry, you can book tickets for the event here. The first 200 people who booked tickets with the code LONFREE2, will receive a free pass for the Ideal Home Show. 

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