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Sadiq Khan launches ‘London Eats’ as interior dining returns UK News

Yesterday (May 17), Sadiq Khan launched the “London Eats” campaign as the indoor venues welcomed customers for the first time since January.

As part of the wider £ 6million ‘Let’s Do London’ campaign to draw visitors to the capital, London Eats will focus on showcasing the food and drink offerings in the city.

The Mayor of London today launched the campaign in Chinatown where he was joined by renowned chefs Angela Hartnett and Monica Galetti.

Mr Khan said: “I am proud to launch London Eats as part of my Let’s Do London campaign – the largest national tourism campaign the capital has ever seen.

“The hospitality sector has been one of the hardest hit by the impact of the pandemic with too many jobs lost and threatened. As the government continues on this roadmap and more businesses are able to open up, we join celebrity chefs, foodies and hospitality venues in celebrating our world renowned industry. city. Together we will share our favorite places to eat and drink in London and highlight the wide range of exciting events and openings taking place this summer.

“There is no doubt that our capital has the best food and drink offering in the world, and I am proud to deliver the message to Londoners and people across the country that the capital is ready and waiting to welcome you to safe again. . ”

Famous Londoners such as Harry Redknapp and British drag race star Bimini Bon Boulash will soon be heard making tannoy announcements on the Tube as they share their favorite restaurants and bars in the capital.

More information on the London Eats campaign, including details on upcoming events, can be found on the Visit London website.

Sadiq Khan has reminded Londoners to ‘have fun, but do it safe’ as concerns grow over India’s variant of Covid-19, after cases were discovered in the borough of Hackney.

The mayor of London also called on the government to offer vaccinations to young people in areas where the new variant has been discovered and encouraged Londoners to take Covid-19 tests regularly.

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This notice was published: 2021-05-18 12:00:00