What happens at a food festival?

(5 Posts)
Fiona2011231 Thu 16-May-13 11:43:30

Thanks a lot for your kind explanation and advice. It seems the price for the food fair is a bit too high.

AlpacaPicnic Wed 15-May-13 22:28:49

But to answer you sensibly, yes you normally have to buy food and drinks while you are there.

Top tip - take a bottle of water and a mini suitcase on wheels if you are planning on shopping. I always end up buying 18 tonnes of sausage and cheese at a food fair.

AlpacaPicnic Wed 15-May-13 22:25:29

Well.... If you are me and my bestie - you go round all the booze stalls twice for samples and get so pissed that the nice lady doing a knife demonstration won't let you hold the knife 'for your own safety'

We have fun at food festivals

givemeaclue Tue 14-May-13 19:58:45

You normally still pay for food

Fiona2011231 Tue 14-May-13 11:04:53

I've just read about the upcoming Regent's Park Food Festival. Apparently there will be many food stalls there.

What confuses me is that the ticket price is high, up to £26.

So does it mean you will have free food once you enter? Or will you still have to pay for the food?

Thank you.

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