Two Chances to Win – DesignaDish to win £500 and enter the rafflecopter giveaway for a second competion and chance to win £100 voucher!
London is full of fabulous restaurants and bars and those of us who live, work or visit the Capital regularly can’t fail to be inspired by the cultural melting pot of cuisines in the City. And of course Food and Fashion are intrinsically linked – which is why London Designer Outlet in Wembley Park have a shout-out to discover new talent – in the form of a dish that represents the best of London food.
The competition is open to all styles of cooking – from classic British dishes like Bangers and Mash and Apple Crumble through to fusion Asian or South American creations. A gourmet Beef Wellington has as much chance as an amazing Ramen or Pho. All you have to do is to send your original recipe (photo and description) to email@example.com for the chance to win a £500 restaurant voucher from Cabana, the award winning Brazilian restaurant. The judging panel includes Joe Warwick, the restaurant critic from Metro and London Magazine and Jamie Barber, co-founder of Cabana…so this could be your chance for culinary fame! For more about the competition (which closes on 28th March) pop over to the London Designer Outlet website.
Meanwhile, London-Unattached readers have a second chance to win. London Designer Outlet has offered a £100 gift voucher for a meal for two at their PingPong branch for one lucky entrant. The London Designer Outlet is an amazing shopping complex, the capital’s first outlet centre with an array of designer shops, a cinema and a fabulous choice of 20 restaurants and coffee shops, including of course PingPong, the Asian dim sum specialists. I’m guessing the winner will be hard pushed not to go shopping for a new outfit at the same time. To be in with a chance, just let me know in the comments below what YOU think London’s signature dish should be. No cooking required! You can get a few extra entries as normal – just follow the rafflecopter through.
*this is a sponsored post from London Designer Outlet