EVENT – Taste of Edinburgh, 1-3 July 2011, The Meadows

Food from 2010 event

Taste of Edinburgh is back for 2011 and returns to The Meadows

Calling all Edinburgh Foodies!  Taste of Edinburgh is back for 2011 and is returning to the Meadows on 1st-3rd July 2011.

Tickets are on sale now online and via telephone – 0871 297 0742 (booking fee applies)  Tickets start at £12 for adults and £6 for children.  The Crown currency system will be in place again.  Find out more about Crowns here.

Update June 2011

AEG’s perfekt cooking class schedule from Cook School by Martin Wishart

Exhibitors list Plan which stall you’re going to visit first

The Chefs attending and those appearing in the AEG Taste Theatre.

Restaurants and their menus.

There will be a star-studded line up of 15 award-winning restaurants exceptional Scottish food and drink, outstanding chefs and terrific entertainment, making Taste of Edinburgh Scotland’s ultimate foodie festival.

Over 25,000 foodies are expected to flock to The Meadows to see a new and exciting line-up of restaurants on the festival’s new mid summer date

With an incredible range of artisan producers, top notch ingredients and boutique suppliers, you’ll not only discover the best of Scottish food and drink, but a world of cuisine on offer. From small distilleries to champagne bars, French wines to Scottish cheeses, Taste of Edinburgh has something for everyone.

Picture courtesy of Taste Edinburgh

Paul Wedgwood (Wedgwood The Restaurant), Derek Johnstone (Chez Roux), Mary Contini (Vin Caffe), Mark Greenaway (Mark Greenaway at Hawke & Hunter), Tony Sartori (Tigerlily), Jason Wright (Ondine), Mickey Prentice (First Coast), Tony Borthwick (Plumed Horse)

Restaurants that have been confirmed for 2011 are:

  • Vincaffe
  • Ondine
  • Cucina at Hotel Missoni
  • Plumed Horse
  • First Coast
  • Restaurant Martin Wishart
  • Mark Greenaway at Hawke and Hunter
  • Tigerlily
  • Wedgwood The Restaurant
  • Chez Roux

With exclusive theatre demonstrations from leading guest chefs, a state of the art cookery school, hands-on workshops and the opportunity to sample delights from over 100 of Scotland’s best food and drink producers, Taste of Edinburgh celebrates the country’s finest culinary talent and showcases the best food and drink the country has to offer.

You can sign up for email newsletters on their website and you can also follow Taste of Edinburgh on twitter and on facebook.

Food galore

Taste of Edinburgh 2011

Have a look at some of our photos from the 2010 event we attended.

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