Bromley’s most popular eateries get ready for Food Fest

PUBLISHED: 12:03 02 September 2016

Small taster dishes will be served up by participating restaurants

Small taster dishes will be served up by participating restaurants

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The event will allow residents to taste their way around the town

Twenty-three of the town centre’s most popular eateries are taking part in a three-day food trial for the inaugural Bromley Food Fest.

The food trail will see the restaurants offering a special menu of small taster dishes, priced from £3 to £5, allowing food fans the chance to taste their way around the town.

Project Pie, El Parasol, Yo! Sushi, The Greyhound and Churchill Theatre are among the venues taking part in the culinary celebrations.

Gastronomes will also be able to enjoy discounts, live music, comedy and a children’s recipe competition.

On Sunday, September 18, Market Square will host a packed programme of activities, including live demonstrations by chefs, face painting, balloon modelling, and the creation of a food-inspired artwork.

Bromley Business Improvement District manager Frances Forest commented “We’re really excited to announce the final line up for the first ever Bromley Food Fest.

“We hope the four-day event will help celebrate the brilliant food and drink businesses Bromley has to offer, bringing in new customers and introducing residents to new flavours and cuisines.”

The inaugural Bromley Food Fest will run from September 15 to 18.

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