We can get started again on the intricacies and challenges that you will face during your relocation to London, next week. Today is Saturday, it’s a little cloudy and temperatures will probably only reach about 15 degrees Celsius, and you need to get out and enjoy autumn (fall) while the weather is still considered crisp.

One of the fantastic aspects of relocation is the chance to enjoy a city that is one of the most culturally diverse and exciting in the world. With over 350 foreign languages spoken in the city, and dozens of cultural groups, you can experience a world in one city. One of the best ways of learning about and experiencing different cultures is through food.

Relocation to London – Regent Street Food Safari

From 3 – 17 October 2011, the Regent Street Food Safari will be bringing the world to tantalize your taste buds. It’s a gastronomic food festival that will give you the opportunity to sample food from around the world with a dollop of culture on the side. The Food Quarter of Regent Street has dozens of excellent international restaurants all offering special meals at reasonable prices during the festival. You can partake of small sample menus that allow you to taste and move on, just like a grazing safari, or enjoy one of the signature dishes prepared by award winning chefs at top restaurants.

Restaurants that are participating in the Regent Street Food Safari include:

‘Bentley’s Oyster Bar and Grill’. Offering a plate of six oysters and a glass of Picpoul de Pinet for £9.95

‘National Geographic Café’. International cheese platter, Spanish tortilla with mushrooms, and grilled peri-peri chicken are just some of the special items on the menu. All prices for food festival lovers are under £7, which is a cuisine cut-price special just for this period only.

‘Sartoria’ offers up Italian cuisine while ‘tidbits’ gives vegetarians the chance to enjoy plate of food from the huge food boat.

The trick with a food festival is to experience as much as you can, don’t overload at your first restaurant. Amble through the festival and enjoy being out in the city after your relocation.