You can out Giles Giles. You could take AA Gill. Jay Rayner better watch his step. You just know you’ve got what it takes to be an excellent restaurant critic. You know food, you dine out frequently, you always take care over your reviews on toptable and elsewhere, everyone says you can write or you’re funny or both. Now’s the chance to show the world just what you’re capable of and get a superb food-lover’s prize as well.
Taste of London festival comes to Regent’s Park from 16 – 19 June bringing fine dining to the great outdoors. Of the forty restaurants participating, there are ten Michelin stars and counting so far, along with a Taste of Jamaica area, Laurent-Perrier masterclasses, cookery school and classes from Waitrose and AEG, cookery theatre with demonstrations by Gary Rhodes and Jason Atherton, among others. It’s a huge festival of extremely high quality.
If you are chosen as Taste of London’s official critic, you win a Taste Critic Pass allowing you to taste a dish at every one of the forty Taste of London restaurants and a pair of tickets all free so you can bring a couple of friends. This is a terrific prize.
How do you win? Click here to get to the entry page. You write a review of a restaurant. Any restaurant. Simple as that. If the judges think yours is best, then you’d better start ringing your two best mates and making a date.
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