Love London Love Culture’s Food & Drink Experiences Picks: Sunday 23rd June

If you love your food and drink then you won’t want to miss out on some of these experiences in London….

Chocolate Making from Bean to Bar with Hotel Chocolat: if you love your chocolate then you won’t want to miss out on this experience on offer from Red Letter Days. Learn from an expert chocolatier as you create your own chocolate bar as well as being given an expert tempering demonstration. At the end of it all you get to take home a goodie bag as well as an exclusive 10 percent discount off any purchases made on the day.

Royal Albert Hall tour and afternoon tea: meanwhile, for those looking for a different type of experience how about a tour of the Royal Albert Hall followed by a traditional afternoon tea? From the front of the hall, you and a friend can discover more about the Royal Albert Hall – including  the view from the Gallery as well as an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the Royal Retiring Room. Then sample the Royal Albert Hall’s afternoon tea at the Hall’s curved Verdi restaurant, during which you can enjoy  finger sandwiches, scones with clotted cream and jam, desserts (including the likes of salted caramel and dark chocolate slice, Classic baked lemon tart, mango, passion fruit and Jivara éclairs).

Enjoy cream cakes and cocktails for two at Mr Fogg’s Society of Exploration: for those in search of something more quirky in experience, how about paying a visit to Mr. Fogg’s Society of Exploration where you can sample a selection of cream cakes, while sipping on a cocktail mixed by an expert mixologist.

History of Street Food – East End Walking tour: for those who love their street food, this two hour walking experience will tell you the history of street food. The experience includes a stop at a coffee shop as well as a chance to sample some East End favourite foods.

Four course meal experience by coach: take in the sights of London while sampling a four course meal on board a coach. During the two hour tour, you will pass by sights such as The Monument to the Great Fire of London, London Bridge and the London Eye. It should be noted however, this experience is not wheelchair accessible and alcoholic drinks should be purchased as part of the wine pairing packages as it can not be ordered on the coach.

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