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Michelin masterclasses and live music on the menu at this weekend's South End Food Festival

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CULINARY masterclasses and live music will be on the menu when the South End Food Festival returns to Croydon this Sunday (July 20). South End, between Coombe Road and Aberdeen Road, will be full of foodie delights from 12-8pm for the third annual event. Chefs from some of the borough's most well-known restaurants including Brasserie Vacherin and Albert's Table will be in the demonstration kitchen throughout the day while live acts will be performing on the main stage throughout the day. Purley's Lenny Zakatek, famous for 1977 disco hit I Haven't Stopped Dancing Yet as part of the band Gonzalez, is set to headline the music stage at 4.45pm. Food from many of the Restaurant Quarter's finest eateries will be available to eat al fresco, including from Michelin-trained chef Manoj Karnavar, of Karnavar, one of the Restaurant Quarter's new boys. South End is currently undergoing a renovation, with Croydon Council and restaurants in the area hoping it will give the area a more continental feel. Croydon-based Brakes Food Market is sponsoring the event and its Michelin-trained chef Neil Smith will demonstrate how to create a luxury scallop starter. Linda Arthur, chair of South Croydon Business Association and owner of Bar Txt, said: "The festival is open later and across a bigger area this year so it should be a great event with some amazing crowds taking advantage of the great food stalls, entertainment and demonstrations." Last year, more than 6,000 people flocked to the festival. For more information and for the full programme visit www.croydonrestaurantquarter.co.uk

Michelin masterclasses and live music on the menu at this weekend's South End Food Festival


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