The London Seafood Festival is coming to Battersea Power Station this summer, offering plenty of seafood related events including oyster shucking classes, chef collaborations and a various pop-ups suitable for all the everyone.

Local estaurants will be taking part and offering special menus, chef collaborations, ticketed dinners and seafood masterclasses from some of the leading seafood specialists in London throughout the festival, which takes place from Wednesday 20th to Sunday 24th June and last five days.

The children wont be left out , with some mermaids on site, a giant bubble maker and workshops for the children to make shell necklaces and decorate biscuits.

The Wright Brothers,who are local oyster and shellfish specialists and recently opened a new restaurant at Circus West Village, will be putting on seafood masterclasses and ticketed dinners as well as their famous Oyster shucking classes.

Vagabond, one of the UK’s first urban wineries offering 100 wines by the glass, will be collaborating with many of the restaurants and hosting various pop-ups with specialist tutored tastings that will keep your palate in tip top form for the next seafood dish.

Fiume, where chef Francesco Mazzei serves traditional recipes from his homeland in the south of Italy, will be offering Italian seafood dishes inspired by the Mediterranean, as well as interesting guest chef collaboration events.

Tonkotsu, a Japanese restaurant known for its ramen, will be hosting seafood specials and classes, plus a special seafood brunch available for one weekend only. No. 29 Power Station West will have an outside pop up bar over the weekend.

Cinnamon Kitchen, the contemporary Indian restaurant run by renowned chef, Vivek Singh, will also be participating in the festival.

Joining the mix at Circus West Village will be a pop up fishmonger and a huge crayfish boil – a communal meal, for which tickets will soon be on sale as well as a cooking demonstration area on the waterfront where guest chefs will cook up fresh seafood and offer tastings.

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The London Seafood Festival