FSQ CookOff2024

The Great Fleet Street Quarter Cook Off 2024

Calling all amateur cooks! The Great Fleet Street Quarter Cook Off is now open!

This March, Fleet Street Quarter in partnership with CORD by Le Cordon Bleu, will be hosting the ultimate cooking competition between representatives from the local business community. With prizes including a night's stay at the luxurious Apex Temple Court, dinner with wine tasting for four at Lazy Ballerinas, a special CORD hamper and more, there's lots to cook for!

Open for culinary buffs and novices alike, we invite you to join us and represent your business in this City of London first. Participants will be in with a chance of having their businesses' name etched in Fleet Street history, as well as learning from world class Masterchefs in the exquisite kitchens of CORD's Culinary Institute at 85 Fleet Street.

Enter the competition to bake, flambé and simmer your business to FSQ Cook Off victory. Good luck!


Notes to editors

About Fleet Street Quarter

Established in February 2022, Fleet Street Quarter embraces fascinating areas such as Chancery Lane, Holborn, Ludgate Hill and New Street Square.  Set amongst a backdrop of beautiful architecture, the area is home to a whole host of iconic cultural locations, hotels, restaurants, bars and cafés, including St. Bride’s Church, Dr. Johnson’s House, London’s Silver Vaults and the City of London Gin Distillery.

The area is almost famous for its pubs, including Editor’s Tap, Old Bell Tavern, Old Bank of England and one of London’s oldest, Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese, many of which have been known to be frequented by literary geniuses such as Charles Dickens, W.B. Yeats, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Dr Samuel Johnson, creator of the first English Dictionary.