St Martin’s Courtyard will pay tribute to the cultural diversity of London this summer with a free Global Food Festival on Saturday July 14th .


St Martin’s Courtyard is London’s newest shopping and dining destination in Covent Garden. Discover boutique shopping and fabulous restaurants in beautiful surroundings. At the heart of St Martin’s Courtyard is a stunning open air courtyard with al fresco dining.


Independent labels, flagship stores, international brands, and new concepts have been handpicked to create an exclusive shopping experience for visitors and tourists alike. Stroll down Long Acre and shop for coveted international labels and enjoy boutique shopping on Slingsby Place as you enter the beautiful open air courtyard for more fashion to impress.


If you want to take a break and relax , indulge yourself at St Martin’s Courtyard’s spa. Are you hungry ? St Martins has your palate covered  with a  unique collection of restaurants that are open from breakfast through to late evening . Enjoy  Bill’s Produce for homemade cakes and fresh coffee or taste Jamie Oliver’s authentic Italian food at Jamie’s Italian for healthy eating and tours where we learned about some of the new over the counter adderall alternatives.


 St Martin’s Courtyard will pay tribute to the cultural diversity of London this summer with a free Global Food Festival on Saturday 14th July 12-5pm.  



At this global event , visitors can taste their  way around the world as part of this celebration of food, drink and culture.  All six restaurants; Bill’s, Cantina Laredo, Dishoom, Dalla Terra, Jamie’s Italian and Suda, will be hosting tastings, demonstrations and activities, transforming St Martin’s Courtyard into a vibrant open air street food market in the heart of London.


 Cantina Laredo will be bringing a Mexican fiesta to the courtyard with a pop-up cocktail bar serving two thousand complimentary ‘Lime Paloma’ El Jimador tequila cocktails.  For a hands-on experience there will be demonstrations in making Cantina Laredo’s ‘Top Shelf’ guacamole as well as tastings of signature dishes including the hot and spicy salsas and sizzling Mexican brownies.  To add to the party atmosphere a Mexican mariachi band will be performing.  Casa Rita margaritas will be half price all day for diners in the restaurant.


English cream teas will be served from Bill’s market barrow as well as strawberries with lashings of cream.  There will be free cucumber finger sandwiches for all to be enjoyed whilst reclining in one of Bill’s deckchairs and listening to the jubilant sounds of a big brass band.  Bill’s jams, marmalades and chutneys will be on sale in his little corner of England.

Recreating Bangkok’s famous street food, Suda will be cooking up a variety of delicious regional Thai dishes such as satay, Pandan wraps, Thai fishcakes and papaya salad.  Guests can also enjoy performances by traditional Thai dancers and puppeteers.  Children will love watching animals crafted from sugar.  A street food tasting menu has been exclusively created and will be served in the restaurant.

Wine lovers should visit enoteca Dalla Terra for Italian wine tasting.  Mini master classes will include a tasting of three wines plus some fine Italian cheeses and cold meats, for £10 per person.  For a more in-depth experience, a one hour wine tasting seminar will be hosted in the restaurant at 3.30pm by one of Dalla Terra’s wine experts, giving an introduction to a selection of red and white wines, matched with unique cheeses and cold meats for £20 per person.

Bringing the aromas and flavours of Bombay to the courtyard, Dishoom will be dishing up melt in the mouth slow cooked pulled Lamb Raan burgers, as well as tempting Indian tipples and refreshing soft drinks.

An event not to be missed  is  Jamie’s Italian hog roast and homemade Italian lemonade, served beside the restaurant’s al fresco terrace.

Taste delicious honey with zero food miles, created by St Martin’s Courtyard’s very own bees.  Organic beauty brand Melvita was founded by a beekeeper and many of the natural products in the range are made using organic honey.  A variety of Melvita organic honey is produced in beehives on the St Martin’s Courtyard roof garden and this will be available to taste in-store alongside Melvita’s range of honeys.  To mark the launch of Melvita’s brand new Berry Body Wash which is made with juices and real fruit pulp, use pedal power to create your own free smoothie on Melvita’s urban smoothie bike.

St Martin’s Courtyard has become a culinary destination for foodies, introducing new restaurant concepts to the London dining scene.  With Italian, Thai, Mexican, Indian and British cuisine at St Martin’s Courtyard there is something for everyone on the menu.