Get ready to dive into everything good about food in London this Urban Food Fortnight. From 20th September to 7th October, Londoners will be treated to the biggest ever menu of good food events, celebrating all that is grown, made, cooked, saved, foraged and – even bigger this year – fermented in the capital.
And you can check it out from the comfort of your phone, as London Food Link have created a brand new interactive Urban Food Fortnight map to make it even easier to explore London’s local larder. This is complemented by its sister Good Food Map, self-titled as the place to find good food places all year round.
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With over 100 events set to take place across the city, #UFF2018 has something for everyone. Kicking off this year’s 17-day-extravaganza is the Food Talk at Impact Hub Kings Cross focusing on those that make good food in the capital. Or if you prefer the dining experience, then we have no less than two East London supper clubs taking place on the launch night; The Bear Kitchen has created a communal dining experience mixing Nordic traditions with Asian influences, while over the road at 119 Clapton Road, Eleven98Hackney invites you to enjoy seven courses of Hackney’s finest produce.
“We are delighted that dozens of old friends and new have already listed their fantastic events, with firm favourites such as Crayfish Bob’s Crawfish Boil as well as exciting new ideas like Small Beer’s brewery sessions” commented Sarah Williams, part of the London Food Link team at Sustain.
So, if you’d like to be involved, it’s not too late! If you are using local food – either made or grown in Greenwich and are interested in taking part (great exposure!), get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org or add your event to the map