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20% Off Tickets To Nordic Feast At London’s Southbank

10th October 2017

Interview: Killian Fox
Photographs: Yousef Eldin

What’s the difference between Scandinavia and the Nordic region?

If you know the answer1, chances are you’ll be interested in Nordic Feast, a three-day celebration of Nordic cuisine featuring chefs from eight Nordic destinations and the UK at London’s Southbank Centre. Participants include Niklas Ekstedt (see our interview), Marianna Leivaditaki (who featured in our Stockholm culture clash earlier this year) and Titti Qvarnström (cover star of our first Fork in the Road magazine), as well as Lisa Lemke, Jess Murphy, Sébastian Boudet and Sam & Sam Clark.

It runs from Friday 20 to Sunday 22 October and we’re offering our readers a 20% discount on tickets for the event (subject to availability). Simply click here and use the code “foodie” when buying tickets. Hope to see you there.

  1. While the term Scandinavia is commonly used for Denmark, Norway and Sweden, the term the Nordic countries is used unambiguously for Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Iceland, including their associated territories (Greenland, the Faroe Islands, and the Åland Islands). Source: Wikipedia

Posted 10th October 2017

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Interview: Killian Fox
Photographs: Yousef Eldin

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