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Street Theatre

Street food collective Eat St has teamed up with The Old Vic Tunnels to create a day of eating and entertainment in the darkened catacombs under Waterloo station.

Expect stalls serving eclectic food from New York-style hot dogs to oysters. Chow down and feast your eyes and ears on music, performance art and puppets. Free entry.

Oct 13, 12-9pm, free
The Old Vic Tunnels, Station Approach Road, SE1 8SW
Tube | Waterloo, Southwark, Lambeth North  Waterloo, Waterloo East
londonrestaurantfestival.com

 

The Scone Club For Action Against Hunger

British tea company Lalani & Co is hosting an afternoon tea with top UK chefs and food critics to raise money for Action Against Hunger.

Oct 6, 3.30pm, £25
Pret-A-Diner, The Burlington Social Club, W1S 3ET
Tube | Piccadilly Circus, Green Park
londonrestaurantfestival.com

 

Gastropub Quiz At The Well

Do you know your pestle from your mortar? Get a team together and put your minds to the test. The Well is one of a number of pubs that will be hosting quizzes.

Oct 2, 7.30pm, free
180 St John Street, EC1V 4JY
Tube | Angel  Farringdon
downthewell.com

Graze: French and Grace

Experience the best of Marylebone High Street, Bermondsey Street, Exmouth Market, Charlotte Street, Brixton Village and Soho, each on different days.

Buy a Graze keyring and you get a free glass of wine each time you buy a dish from one of the street’s participating restaurants, such as French and Grace, which began as a monthly supperclub but now sells its Mediterranean dishes from a home in Brixton.

Oct 11, 12pm, £12+
Unit 19, First Avenue, Brixton Village Market, SW9 8PR
Tube | Brixton
saladclub.wordpress.com/french-grace

 

 

The Wallace Game Dinner

A seasonal three-course game dinner, washed down with biodynamic wine.

The meal will include dishes such as wild boar and foie gras terrine with candy capers, and a brioche-crusted loin of hare with rowan berries and black trompettes.

The restaurant is set in the Wallace Collection museum.

Oct 12, 7.30pm
Hertford House, Manchester Square, W1U 3BN
Tube | Bond St, Marble Arch
peytonandbyrne.co.uk

 

Read more: London Restaurant Festival boasts top-end nosh without emptying your wallet

Photos: Natalie Tkachuk, Getty, Thinkstock


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