FOODIES FESTIVAL will visit Syon Park, Brentford, for a three-day celebration to mark Her Majesty’s 70 years on the throne with a royal recipe of celebrity chefs and chart-topping music stars.
Foodies, the biggest touring gourmet food festival in the UK, will be bringing MasterChef champions, stars of Great British Bake-Off and local Michelin star restaurants to the spectacular country estate over the Jubilee bank holiday.
To celebrate the historic event, chefs will be conjuring up stunning coronation-inspired dishes, with a modern twist, and whipping up sumptuous desserts fit for the Queen.
Throughout the weekend, visitors will experience an authentic street party feel with a sea of red, white and blue bunting across the park, and picnic tables, afternoon teas and majestic cocktails.
Award-winning chefs taking part include: MasterChef: The Professionals 2021 champion Daniel Lee, and fellow finalists Aaron Middleton, Daniel Marreiros and semi-finalist Jamie Holme, Saturday Kitchen regular Atul Kochhar, MasterChef Champion of Champions, Santosh Shah, and MasterChef champions Shelina Permaloo and Dhruv Baker.
Bake Off stars making delicious creations include 2021 favourites Chigs Parmar and Crystelle Pereira, both recipients of the coveted ‘Hollywood handshake’. The Cake and Bake Theatre will be taking a sweet trip down memory lane to the post-war era, where visitors can see 1950s styled hosts presenting the nations favourite nostalgic desserts and puddings.
The music line-up includes platinum-selling chart-toppers Scouting For Girls, Lee Ryan & Simon Webbe from legendary boy band Blue, Liberty X and East 17.
Visitors can enjoy the Chefs’ Theatre, Cake & Bake Theatre, Drinks Theatre, Shopping Village with award winning artisan producers, Street Food Avenue, Feasting Tent, Cook Book Shop, Kids’ Cookery School, fairground, live music stage and family-friendly areas with activities for children.