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An abundance of food and drink outlets offered a wide choice of options at the festival

José Pizarro of José's Tapas on the TerraceRamael Scully

Bubbles, Sushi and Seafood

Situated within the heart of the showground and with unparalleled views of Hampton Court Palace plus front row seats next to the Floating Stage, Bubbles, Sushi and Seafood was one of the best places in the festival to enjoy some Champagne and seafood while soaking up the atmosphere.

The eatery served a range of traditional fish and seafood items alongside fresh sushi hand-made by a brigade of sushi chefs.

José's Tapas on the Terrace

José created a traditionally Spanish tapas menu offering guests the opportunity to dine out on the Dig In terrace. 

Guests chose from a menu of 10 dishes, all individually priced, sharing a minimum of three dishes between two people. 

The offer was complimented with specially-selected Spanish wines as well as some classic cocktails. 

Scully’s Waterfront Deli

Situated along the waterside with fantastic views of Hampton Court Palace, visitors enjoyed delicious food, put together by chef Ramael Scully.

The menu reflected the very best of Ramael Scully's Chinese, Indian, Balinese and Irish descent, which along with his mother’s influence, encouraged a breadth of knowledge in combining ingredients and blending global flavours.



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