The Tower of London's dry moat will be transformed into a gourmet's paradise for Feast - the BBC's Good Food Show, held for the first time in this historic setting.
The food and drink festival runs for three days, with a packed programme of cookery demonstrations, masterclasses, fine dining, artisan shopping, buskers and entertainment.
Michelin-starred master-chefs Michel Roux Jr. and Tom Kerridge will be giving live demos on stage on Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd September respectively, and cookery writer Yotam Ottolenghi will be appearing in the Feast kitchen on Sunday 24th.
The mouth-watering selection of street food to sample includes: 'Pão de Queijo' Brazilian cheese balls, churros, sugar-coated Spanish doughnuts with warm chocolate sauce, grilled Greek Halloumi, and Ghanian-English fusion cuisine.
Pop-up restaurant The Game Bird will be dishing up British classics like roast beef with all the trimmings, while Lobos Tapas serves Iberico pork flat bread and Spanish tortillas.
You could try your hand at mixing cocktails at the Rolling Drinks Trolley masterclass, or make a patisserie tartlet at Le Cordon Bleu workshop.
The Producers' Village is full of tantalising flavours, with food outlets and stalls offering speciality food and artisan produce. Authors will be on hand to sign their cookbooks at the pop-up WHSmith bookshop.
The event runs from 22-24 September. Entry tickets are priced from £10-£18, family ticket £46, free entry for children under five. Workshops and masterclasses are available at an additional price.