We all love great food and drink, however many of us tend to stick to eating and drinking the same things, not being too adventurous.
However Foodstock, which takes place on July 15 and 16 in Battersea Park, offers the chance to enjoy a wide variety of cuisine, all in one place.
The inaugural Foodstock took place last year and was a great success with thousands enjoying the great local produce from the Farmers’ Market, as well as enjoying the live music and workshops which will return.
Available to taste at this year’s festival will be food from unique suppliers such as vegan patisserie Vegan Sweet Tooth London, Nigerian food specialists Naija Infusions and Hao Chi with their Chinese-inspired street food, plus many more.
If you’re worried about missing the tennis, don’t worry, there will be a big screen showing the final, hopefully with Andy Murray, complete with strawberries and cream.
If you’re looking for a more traditional dining experience, then this year there is a Gourmet Dining Area.
Brother Marcus and Lucky Pierre will be bringing their best food using locally produced ingredients with brunch and vegan options available throughout the afternoon.
Entry to this wonderful, vibrant event is a bargain – just £2 for adults and £1 for children.
Visit www.foodstock.london to book advance entrance and dining tickets (if required). Full details of the Gourmet Dining Area including menus are on the website.