The annual Taste of Sydney food festival is on this weekend (March 12-15, 2015), held in beautiful Centennial Park. Touted as Sydney’s “unmissable food garden party”, Taste of Sydney will be bringing ticket holders fabulous food and drink from some of the city’s most beloved eateries.
If you’ve never been to Taste of Sydney before, imagine grazing over sixty bite-sized nibbles from various tasting menus all developed by some of our fine city’s latest, greatest and tastiest restaurants – many even include a handful of “special” food items, just for the festival.
So why should you buy tickets and go to Taste of Sydney? Here’s You Chews’ top three reasons (though we could go on and on!)
- Not only will festival goers get to indulge in delicious and unique food, Taste of Sydney will also hold several hands-on cooking classes, round-table discussions with experts in the “foodie” field, booths with grocery items from local food artisans and there will be plenty of premium wine, ciders and bubbly to enjoy with your munchies.
- Some of the featured restaurants at Taste of Sydney include heavy-hitters in the Sydney restaurant scene, such as Movida, PEI Modern, Monopole and Cafe Paci. These (and several others) will each be designing cool and exciting menus for the festival. Need we say more?
- Want to meet some of Australia’s (and the globe’s) most renowned chefs? If so, Taste of Sydney is the place for your this coming weekend. Check out the Taste of Sydney website for a full run down of these uber talented guys and gals – and be sure to grab your tickets now for a chance to meet them!
We know that many of our You Chews customers, vendors, readers and fans are die-hard food addicts (ourselves included!), so Taste of Sydney is definitely an event you won’t want to miss. Tickets are on sale now via the website for Thursday, March 12 through Sunday, March 15 (for lunch or dinner).
Do you have any restaurant’s dishes you’re most looking forward to? Any chefs you’re dying to meet? Let You Chews know – we love to hear what fellow foodies are digging!