7 Things to Expect at the 2018 GTBank Food and Drink Fair

It’s the countdown to the GTBank Food and Drink Fair - the largest food exhibition out of Africa. There is a lot to look forward to at the event, however, here’s a rundown of seven interesting things to expect at the 3-day event.

It’s the countdown to the GTBank Food and Drink Fair – the largest food exhibition out of Africa. There is a lot to look forward to at the event, however, here’s a rundown of seven interesting things to expect at the 3-day event.

Plenty of Food and Drink

It’s a food and drink fair right? So there will be lots of it… like a lot! Get ready to excite your taste buds with different delicacies, from intercontinental to indigenous meals, grills and street foods from a wide range of restaurants and vendors. And if you have a thing for drinks, there’s enough flavored liquids and cocktails to go round.

Interesting Cooking Masterclasses

While others feast, there will be series of masterclasses facilitated by some of the world’s food and drink experts, such as Chef Patron of La Petite Maison, Raphael Duntoye, Food Network Star, Sunny Anderson, Host of Siba’s Table, Sibahle Mtongana, Custodian of Italian Cuisines, Chef Benedict Okuzu, British Chef and TV personality, Lorraine Pascale, Co-owner of Eko Street Eat, Chef Imoteda, Chef Muse, Food Business Expert, Scott Winston, Winner of The Great British Bake Off, Edd Kimber, and Master of Mixology, Tony Conigliaro. The masterclasses are FREE to attend and open to pre-registered participants.

Farmer’s Market

Fresh food is a better option for healthy living and there will be a variety of freshly harvested farm produce at the GTBank Food and Drink Farmer’s Market. You can shop fresh, organic and quality farm produce from the local farmers and agro-preneurs exhibiting outside the arena.

Kitchen Appliances
Maybe your kitchen needs more tools/appliances to give you an easier cooking experience, the 2018 GTBank Food and Drink Fair is the best place to buy them. In partnership with SMEMarkethub, different small businesses dealing on household/kitchen items will exhibit their products at the fair.

Children’s Play Arena

Bring your kids along to the event and treat them to a memorable fun experience at the Children’s Play Arena. There will be toys, playpens and, games to keep them busy while you explore the event to the fullest.

Lots of People

Just so you know, the entire city of Lagos and beyond will be at the event, so prepare yourself to meet a lot of people from different walks of life. Also, bear in mind that the event is a good platform to meet other food lovers, make new friends and network with other business minds – come with your complimentary cards.

Latest Fashion Trends

As long as it’s a Lagos event, it’s a dress-to-kill event. You never know who you’ll bump into at the GTBank Food and Drink Fair, so dress the way you want to be seen and wear something comfortable (especially footwear) – the event arena is as large as a stadium and there will be lots of walking around.

The GTBank Food and Drink Fair is absolutely FREE to attend and guarantees an unparalleled food experience for everyone to eat, drink, shop and be merry! Simply come with an ATM card that works.

Date: April 29th, 30th & May 1st, 2018

Time: 10am – 9pm (daily)

Venue: Plot 1, Water Corporation Drive, Oniru, Victoria Island, Lagos.

SEE YOU THERE!