Willett Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

32 Sloane Gardens, Sloane Square, London, SW1W 8DJ, United Kingdom
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Costs 27% less but rated 38% lower than other 4 star hotels

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  • Families0
  • Couples50
  • Solo50
  • Business33

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heathrowairport

by hananshehab

i have friends travelling to heatwor airoport, i want to know if it is OK to send some home made food with them or not?
P.S: this food is homemade and already cooked.
please answer urgently as they are leaving tomorrow.

Re: heathrowairport

by northeast80

Hi
It depends what the food contains. For the official UK government line please open the link below;
http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/TravelAndTransport/TravellingAbroad/BeforeYouTravel/DG_064942
They'd be best off going through the 'Anything to declare' line through customs, that way the worst that can happen is that it will be taken away from them. It they try to bring it in without declaring they may face heavy fines if caught.
"it’s illegal to bring any meat or dairy products into the United Kingdom (UK) from countries outside the European Union? It doesn’t matter whether they’re vacuum packed, tinned or in a sealed packet – you can’t bring them into the country. There are also strict rules on certain other food products such as fish, shellfish, honey, fruits and vegetables."
From
http://dontbringmeback.direct.gov.uk/index.html

Re: heathrowairport

by ter1413

Not a great idea....

Re: heathrowairport

by leics

It is a perfectly ok idea as long as a) you check the regulations very carefully indeed and make sure your food meets them (or make sure your friends eat the food on the plane).

You should check the basic rules for food imports here:

http://www.food.gov.uk/foodindustry/imports/imports_advice/personal_imp/

and check individual ingredients on the database here:

http://www.defra.gov.uk/foodfarm/food/personal-import/index.htm

There is a special page 'for personal imports specifically from the following regions/countries - Africa, Bangladesh, Caribbean, China or Hong Kong, India, Middle East, Pakistan, Turkey and other destinations' here:

http://foodimports.direct.gov.uk/index.html

You will find lists of restricted (that is, illegal to import) products here:

http://www.food.gov.uk/foodindustry/imports/banned_restricted/restricted_foodstuffs

Read all the pages I have linked carefully.

Your friends should definitely not be tempted to try and break the regulations, or to pack restricted foods in their hold luggage.

Re: heathrowairport

by hawkhead

You know, it would really have helped if we knew the country of origin of these foods,, as it depends on whether your friends will be coming from the EU or outside of the EU. I think my general reply would agree with the poster who said "not a good idea". Anything with meat and/or dairy will be confiscated.

Re: heathrowairport

by jo104

If on the other hand its sandwiches to enjoy on the flight that is perfectly acceptable

Re: heathrowairport

by leics

And I suspect we shall never know the answer.......

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Changing of the Guards...

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Book shops! Charing Cross...

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Marble Arch

by kris-t

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Address: 32 Sloane Gardens, Sloane Square, London, SW1W 8DJ, United Kingdom