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Win! Tickets to Taste of London festival…

Taste of London
JJ Celebrity Cruises

Me. Hanging out with Celebrity Cruises at Polo in the Park. Lushness.

I’m a big fan of Celebrity Cruises – and have had a lot of fun with them over the last couple of years. Their hospitality spaces pop up at some of the best London events, from the Polo in the Park to the Taste of London festival, bringing a little slice of the luxury cruise lifestyle to our lovely city.

Therefore, I’m excited to have teamed up with them again this year to give you the opportunity to win a pair of tickets to one of the capital’s most innovative restaurant festivals, Taste of London on Wednesday 17th June. For five days, Regent’s Park will be transformed into a land of summer eating, drinking and entertainment.

Throughout the festival, Celebrity Cruises will be replicating their exclusive Lawn Club, half an acre of fresh grass on the uppermost deck, in London’s iconic Regents Park where food lovers have the chance to experience a three course tasting menu designed exclusively for Taste by Celebrity’s Michelin-starred Head of Culinary, Cornelius Gallagher. The lucky winner can sample unique dishes such as blackened Ahi tuna with forbidden rice & baby bok choi and succulent lamb loin with a tangy yogurt dressing whilst experiencing Celebrity’s award winning on-board dining in the heart of Regent’s Park.

To accompany the culinary delights on offer, wine aficionado Oz Clarke has selected a range of craft beers and wines, inspired by Celebrity Cruises’ largest and rarest wine collections at sea to be paired with the delicious food offering.

For the chance to win just answer the following question;

Taste of London with Celebrity Cruises

Celebrity Cruises Taste of LondonFor more information on Celebrity Cruises’ Taster Season series of food and wine events this summer, please visit

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