Food Events in London 2017


British food doesn’t have a world-renowned title, but different culture gathered together in London, made this city the capital of food.

In 2017, you can mark down these food events on your calendar.

Taste of London:the most famous one

Location:  Regents Park, London NW1 4NR

Ticket: Yes

Date: 14th~18th June 2017

Bellavita Expo: The largest Italian Food & Wine Trade Show 

Location: Business Design Centre Ltd,, 52 Upper St, London N1 0QH

Ticket: Yes

Date: 18th~20th June 2017

Meatopia: the heaven for carnivores

Location: Tobacco Quay, Wapping Ln, St Katharine’s & Wapping, London E1W 2SF

Date: 1st~3rd Sep 2017

London Restaurant Show : restaurant industry related

Location: Olympia National Hall, Hammersmith Rd, London W14 8UX

Ticket: Yes

Date: 2nd~4th Oct 2017


My Top 3 Restaurants In 2016

I’ve tried a few Michelin starred restaurants last year, most of them were in London, 2 of them were based in Amsterdam, 1 was in Paris.

Here are some of my favourites.


No.1 The Ledbury

This is the only restaurant brought me surprise in every single dish. Lunch time 4 course set menu is quite a good deal. But very difficult to book.

  • Food 9
  • Price 8
  • Service 9
  • Tableware 10


No.2 Vinkeles (Amsterdam)

I like seafood in general, and they are really good at seafood dishes. Price level is also very friendly, atmosphere is good too.

  • Food 9
  • Price 8
  • Service 8
  • Tableware 9


No.3 Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

Love the idea of rediscovery traditional British recipes: the meat fruit was amazing, and, while the freshly made ice cream was perfect for summer, the rest of the desserts left me  unimpressive.

  • Food 8
  • Price 7
  • Service 9
  • Tableware 8

Some Michelin starred restaurants I had in 2016 were horrible.

The Clove Club: put seafood and fruit in the same freezer, serve with broken dishes.

Galvin La Chapelle: food was overrated, they also didn’t wash dinnerware properly.

La Tour d’Argent: worst way to spend €400.