The Festival aims is to deliver a wide range of memorable and creative events. Curated by the London Restaurant Festival team, these events aim to show you the highlights and diversity of the capital’s thriving restaurant scene. The festival is the perfect excuse to try out some of London’s world-class restaurants and a good reason to celebrate its excitingly eclectic food scene, with a city-wide homage to great food in London.
Many of the finest restaurants take part, including a lunch held by Michel Roux at The Landau, alongside wine tasting and a VIP tour of Fortnum & Mason’s food hall. More than 250 restaurants have created special fixed-priced taster menus for customers to sample all of their dishes. Alongside the main festivities, there is also a great selection of other food-focused activities, including wine tasting, a gourmet road trip across the capital and culinary-centred film screenings.
To celebrate the London Restaurant festival we have found a selection of culinary antiques from some of our dealers at Grays.
|A pair of silver caviar spoons. 1887 by Jacob Tostrup (Norwegian) available from Past and Present|
|Rare Chinese famille rose plate, early Qianlong (1736-95) available from Guest & Gray|
|A fine pair of Art Nouveau silver on nickel candlesticks with detachable sconces. Letter D engraved to base. c1900 available from Past and Present|
|Antique 20thC German solid silver & green glass Jugendstil claret jug. c1900. Available from Pushkin Antiques ltd|
|Large silver Victorian biscuit box, Sheffield 1893, bt Mappin & Webb. Available from Jack Podlewski|
|Etched glass jug, hammered silver rim, c1910, American. Available from Evonne Antiques|