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Described by its organisers as "the world's greatest restaurant festival", Taste of London is due to return to the English capital next month to celebrate the very best in the capital's culinary offerings.

The sell-out event is due to take place in the Regent's Park between June 18th and 21st and will see top chefs from some of the city's best restaurants serving up their signature dishes and sharing some of their best-kept secrets.

Among the famous faces due to appear at the 2009 edition of the showcase is Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, while previous editions of the event have featured Gary Rhodes and Antony Worrall Thompson.

"Whether it's watching your favourite chefs demonstrate their secrets in the Taste Theatre or sampling exquisite wines with the UK's top sommeliers in the Taste Wine School there is something for everyone," the organisers explain.

Tickets for the showcase range in price from £21 for standard entry to £75 for Laurent-Perrier access, which includes complimentary champagne and a seafood pairing session with some of the country's top sommeliers.

Designed by architect John Nash, the Regent's Park is located within easy reach of the wide array of London Hotels and includes the largest outdoor sports area in the English capital.

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