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Top Food Recommendations for PI LIVE 2018

Top Food Recommendations for PI LIVE 2018


As PI LIVE 2018 draws ever closer (less than seven weeks to go now!), it’s time to think about the logistical side of things. Getting there, finding a place to sleep, and of course - most importantly - what and where to eat.

The good news is that you can book into Paul’s St Grange hotel with a discount, thanks to a special deal we’ve done with them, and Uber is only ever a few taps at your phone away.

At PI LIVE and co-located the Influencer Marketing Show, there are going to be plenty of places to grab a quick bite to eat or a full course meal, from the Catering Marquee to the Bloody Mary & Bacon Buttie Bar. Food at the conference won’t be a problem at all. We’re even offering complimentary frozen yoghurt courtesy of Marketing Town, fruit smoothies thanks to Optimus, and free popcorn thanks to LatestFreeStuff.

The big question now is where to find dinner between PI LIVE and the After Party if you’ve scored yourself a wristband? 

To help you make a decision, I asked my most trusted foodie friends in London where they would recommend to grab a great dinner in the area. Here are the places they suggested. All the restaurants are located within striking distance of our After Party location, the famous Café de Paris on Coventry Street.

Dishoom if you’re willing to wait. Or Kricket, which is just as good but cheaper and less busy,” - Michael Foxall-Smith, doctor.

Brasserie Zédel is pretty fancy, and good too,” - James Moore, humanitarian aid management consultant.

“Yes, I'd say Brasserie Zédel, too. Or Rosa's Thai Café on Dean Street. It's tiny, so you'll have to book, but the food is just amazing,” - Wibke Bruggeman, author and translator.

Spring at Somerset House is brilliant!” - Maddie Dunn, PA/systems administrator.

Balthazar's near Covent Garden is excellent,” - Harry Shankar, student.

“I’ve also had a great meal at Dishoom,” - Lotte Griffiths, PR account manager. 

“Well, I have to recommend Avobar obviously! You’ll be amazed at the number of things they can do with an avocado,” - Rebecca Heywood, marketing manager.

My own recommendation would be Ottolenghi’s NOPI since I own all of the cookbooks Ottolenghi has published and have yet to cook a recipe out of them I don’t like. 

Do you have your own recommendation in that part of London? Let us know on our socials! We’re @piliveshow on Twitter and @PerformanceINLive on Facebook.

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Elisabeth Griffiths

Elisabeth Griffiths

    A recent addition to the PerformanceIN team, Elisabeth runs the social channels for PerformanceIN, PI LIVE, the IPMAs and the Influencer Marketing Show and contributes to the PerformanceIN newsletters.

    Elisabeth graduated from Cardiff University’s School of Journalism, Media and Culture with a First and, having gained a Masters in Creative Writing, has now moved into the world of Digital Marketing and Copywriting. 

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