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Finchley Feast Food Trail launches in Finchley Central

Sara Borchard on the Finchley Central Town Team’s initiative to promote local eateries, which launches with a 15% discount offer this week

A selection of food and drink available at Guru Indian Tandoori in Finchley Central
Food from Guru Indian Tandoori – part of Finchley Feast Discount Week – (Credit – Finchley Central Town Team)

A new project to help promote the diverse range of restaurants and cafés in Finchley Central has launched this week. The Finchley Feast Food Trail includes a map of Finchley Central restaurants and includes details of the restaurant Discount Week taking place from 1st-7th July in the town centre.

The Food Trail encourages local Finchley residents to explore and enjoy the tantalising food from around the world that is on their doorstep. During Discount Week diners can enjoy a special week of 15% off at participating restaurants to mark the launch of the Finchley Feast Food Trail.

From cocktails to coffee beans, Persian specialties to Caribbean flavours, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Specific discount details for each restaurant can be found online at finchleycentraltowncentre.co.uk.

The Finchley Feast Food Trail is brought to you by Finchley Central Town Team, a voluntary group of residents, business owners and community changemakers aiming to improve and enhance the experience of living and working in Finchley Central. The Town Team works closely with local communities, businesses, and organisations to improve Finchley Central and create a thriving town centre.

Over the past year Finchley Central Town Team have steered the piloting of a community-led events series in Finchley Central that included markets, music performances, workshops, and art trails. These events developed new connections between local businesses, residents, and the wider Finchley community, enhancing the experience of Finchley Central town centre.

Finchley Central Town Team received support and funding from Barnet Council.

For more information check out the Finchley Central Town Team website or visit their pages on Instagram and Facebook @finchleycentraltowncentre.

A map of restaurants and cafes in Finchley Central as part of Finchley Feast discount week

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