- London Food Tour led by food anthropologists and chefs
- Visits Fortnum & Mason, Soho, and Neal's Yard
- Small groups—max 6 people
- Includes tastings
London Food Tour
Cheesemongers of London
International Cuisine in London
Annabel Jackson has always been around food. She was raised in a large farming family in the south of England, and began cooking seriously at the age of 11. She loves cities, however, and lived in Hong Kong for more than 20 years before returning to London where she attained an MA in Anthropology of Food at the School of Oriental & African Studies; and she is now studying for a PhD in Sociology of Creole Cuisine. She is the author of 14 books, including 6 cookbooks which cover Chinese or Asian cuisines including her key speciality, Macanese cooking. She has undertaken research into the immigrant Chinese catering community in London, but is also fascinated by how many immigrant groups have shaped the British palate, and contributed to such a dynamic food scape. She's also a wine lecturer and writer, and helped launch a super cool consumer wine app PINGZA in late 2019. She is an Advanced Ambassador of the Academy of Wines of Portugal.
Simon is an enthusiastic and passionate docent whose aim is to inform, educate and entertain. With a background in professional theatre, he is a firm believer of the importance of good guiding is storytelling while giving a tour.
Karen is a specialist London Blue Badge guide with a passion for theatre and literature. A journalist and reformed actress, she is also a published author who relishes in telling a juicy story. Karen recently presented a series of in-depth travel programmes for Discovery Television's "London Next Stop". She prides herself in knowing London's secrets by heading away from the crowds. One of her favourite tours is the British Museum
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