About Time: You Had All the Foodie Fun in LondonBy Angelica Malin
Looking for something fun to do in London? We’ve got just the ticket. Discover three amazing things to do in London this month, and if you’re asking us, we say try out Genting Casino roulette for some seriously good fun. Here’s three things you can’t miss in London this month:
1. The Oreo Flavour Mobile
The Oreo Flavour Mobile is coming to London to add a little wonder to your day and let you sample the tempting Oreo flavours range, including the latest addition to the range: new Choc’o Brownie.
From cool Mint, fruity Strawberry Cheesecake, nutty Peanut Butter and now indulgent Choc’o Brownie, every flavour has its own wonderfilled personality. To find the perfect flavour for you, simply complete our fun filled quiz at the Flavour Mobile. Not only will you discover your perfect match but you’ll also receive a delicious Oreo truffle.
Make sure you look out for the Flavour Mobile to get your hands on plenty of Oreo goodies. After its stop in London this weekend, the Flavour Mobile will continue its tour of the UK, visiting Liverpool, Edinburgh and more!
2. Cheese Street N1
London Farmers Market are brining Londoners an entire festival dedicated to cheese, at Cheese Street N1. Those who are fans of fromage should make their way to the heart of Islington this autumn to celebrate all things cheese for two consecutive Sundays on the 24th September and the 1st October 2017, what could be feta?
Situated in the heart of Chapel Market Junction, Cheese Street N1 will feature the best Britain has to offer, welcoming local and sustainable food traders to pop-up for the day. In keeping with London Farmers Markets ethos, Cheese Street N1 aims to support local and regional cheese makers and mongers, welcoming the likes of award-winning La Fromagerie, Kupros Dairy, Quickes Dairy, Blackwoods Cheese and Wildes Cheese to take part in a day filled with tastings, masterclasses and talks from UK based artisans. Visitors will also be able to try delectable dishes from London street-food sensations including; Raclette Brothers, Mac to the Future, Grill My Cheese, The Cheese Truck and The Poutinerie, who will bring the finest French-Canadian treats to the festival, because who doesn’t love chips, cheese and gravy?
3. Brunch at Skylounge
Skylounge, the glamorous rooftop bar and restaurant situated at the top of the DoubleTree by Hilton, Tower of London, which is unveiling a brand new brunch menu this Saturday.
Available every Saturday and Sunday from 10:30 – 16:00, the new menu features a selection of classic brunch dishes, as well as some alternative options for those wanting to experience something a little different. From the exotic French toast with a coconut encrusted brioche and guava puree mascarpone (£8), to the classic smashed avocado and poached eggs on sourdough (£10), to the roasted salmon fillet served with pearl barley and asparagus (£18), there is plenty for guests to choose from!
For £38 per person, diners can go bottomless and enjoy 90-minutes of free-flowing Bolla Prosecco alongside two courses from the brunch menu, all while taking in the breathtaking panoramic views of some of London’s most iconic buildings, including the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, the Shard and The Gherkin.