News of an upcoming Asian Food Festival organised by The East newspaper, among others, near Tower Bridge.
Date: 09/07/2010 ~ 10/07/2010
Venue: Potters Fields Park, 3 Gainsford Street, London SE1 2NE
Contact: English or Korean – [email protected] / Chinese or Japanese – [email protected]
Organisers: A Concept Advertising & Communication, Perfect Employment, The East Business Newspaper and The East Food Magazine
“Taste The East” is part of the annual Eastern festival which is a series of high quality events with an Asian theme held each year in London. With over 50,000 people expected over the two days of “Taste The East”, it is an ideal opportunity for promoting and selling your products and services.
The “Taste The East” team will ensure participation from as many countries across Eastern Asia as possible to give the visitors the best experience.
“Taste The East” offers exhibitors many benefits including:
• A unique festival with high quality entertainment
• International, national and local reach to millions of people
• A professional portfolio of the event
• An opportunity to create your own brand experience within the event
• Opportunities for exclusive category rights
• A superb PR platform to get your message across
• Access to a prime target audience
• Cost effective marketing platform for sales across many sectors and nationalities
• Opportunities for competitions and promotions through the festival
• Opportunity to promote your culture with sponsored performances
A collection of the best Asian chefs in London demonstrating how to prepare exciting dishes
Experts from the industry matching wines with East Asian cuisine
There will be restaurants selling an East Asian range of irresistible menus for visitors to sample
A wide range of exhibitors displaying food products, cookery books, cooking utensils, travel information, stunning artefacts from East Asia, fashion, jewellery and more…..
A perfect opportunity to showcase the best of your country through cultural performances
About Potters Fields Park
Potters Fields Park lies at the very heart of London on the southern side of the Thames. It has sweeping views of the river and iconic sights of Tower Bridge, the Tower of London, the ‘Gherkin’, the glass dome of City Hall and HMS Belfast. The grassy mounds and riverside walks of Potters Fields Park are also one of the few remaining green open spaces along the riverside.
Extensively landscaped in 2007 the park you see today has been transformed into a beautiful world class facility which hundreds of people pass through and enjoy on a daily basis. Landscape architects Gross Max created a place for public events and private contemplation; a park which reflects upon its distinctive local history and provides a safe, clean and restful space within the bustle of the city.
(automatically generated) Read LKL’s review of this event here.