British Airways at Taste of London - 17-20 June
Wednesday 16, June 2010
British Airways is once again delighted to support 'Taste of London', the annual celebration of the finest food and drink the capital has to offer.
Set in leafy Regents Park, 'Taste of London' gives you the chance to experience the very best cuisine from London's top restaurants and suppliers.
At British Airways we are no strangers to culinary expertise, as we work alongside some of the world's finest chefs and feature some of their signature dishes onboard our flights. Dishes you would expect to see on the menu at restaurants are adapted to work in-flight and complement our selections of fines wines.
Taste of London will also give you the rare opportunity to stroll from one fine-dining experience to the next as you discover mouth-watering dishes served up by the most exclusive restaurants and the best independent producers.
As a British Airways customer you may also be able to enjoy a number of special Taste of London benefits, such as our Executive Club Lounge*, Fast Track and various ticket offers.
If you have purchased a VIP entrance ticket, we look forward to welcoming you into the British Airways VIP Lounge. You can relax sipping your complimentary glass of Laurent Perrier Champagne enjoying the tranquil surroundings. At each session you will have the chance to experience wine tasting with Patriarche, enjoy a complimentary massage with Elemis or relax and enjoy the live music with one of our Great Britons artists. As well as all this, we will be serving a taste of The Dorchester afternoon tea that is served in our First cabin from 14:30 each day (there will be a small charge for the afternoon tea). Bookings for the wine tasting and massages will be taken on the day in the VIP Lounge.
*Please remember to bring your Silver or Gold Executive Club Card with you for entry into the lounge. Entry into the Executive Club Lounge is subject to space availability on the day.
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