Tempt your tastebuds and try summer classics with a twist at St Christopher’s Place Summer Tastefest
This August, St Christopher’s Place is embracing the flavours of British summertime culinary classics, bringing unique twists to seasonal favourites, at its three-day Summer Tastiest. Taking place from Tuesday 15th to Thursday 17th August, the famous piazza at St Christopher’s Place will transform into a tasting pop up festival – mixing the latest food and dining trends with some of the world’s rarest ingredients.
Visitors to the central London location, nestled between Oxford Street and Marylebone, are invited to indulge in a gastronomic journey of tasty twists on traditional treats – jelly, ice cream and cocktails.
1 Tuesday 15th August: Martini Magic
Launch night cocktails will come courtesy of Seedlip, concocting the exclusive non-alcoholic Mangosteen Martini, a deliciously refreshing summer spritz flavoured with the Thai ‘Queen of Fruits’, the purple mangosteen.
2 Wednesday 16th August: Roll Up, Roll Up!
Pan-n-Ice, purveyors of this summer’s hottest dessert trend, will be creating a Limited Edition choc ice roll made with the world’s rarest To’Ak chocolate, exclusively harvested in the coastal forests of Ecuador
3 Thursday 17th: Bite on a Biskie
Finally a new twist on everyone’s favourite summer jelly will be made with the precious Indonesian Kopi Luwak coffee, inside one of Cutter & Squidge’s signature Biskies. Made from the beans of undigested coffee berries eaten and passed by the Asian Palm Civet, it’s famed for its aromatic, delicate flavour and is known as the world’s most expensive coffee.
What’s more, this buzzing quarter of atmospheric streets, stores and restaurants will be joining in on the celebrations with a range of special shopping and dining offers including limited edition drinks and dishes for fashionistas and foodies alike to enjoy.
PLUS: To read our interview with Cutter & Squidge, click here.
Make it happen
Where: 4 Gee’s Ct, Marylebone, London W1U 1JD
When: Tuesday 15th to Thursday 17th August 2017
Tickets: Free to attend, see here for more