Spread over four days in March, Taste of Sydney brings Sydney’s newest and hottest restaurants to the people. From Thursday 10th of March until Sunday 13th of March, Brazilian Fields at Centennial Parklands will be transformed into a foodie’s paradise.
For the first time at Taste of Sydney, visitors will be able to cook alongside renowned chefs including Peter Gilmore (Quay), Rob Cockerill (Bennelong) and Nelly Robinson (nel.). Afterwards, visitors are treated to a meal with matched wines. The idea behind this whole experience is that visitors will be able to pick up hints, tips, and techniques from the best in the business.
The list of chefs debuting at Taste of Sydney include Kitchen By Mike‘s Mike McEnearney, who will be bringing his food canteen back to life in the form of a pop-up; The Blue Ducks, who will be showcasing their farm-style pop-up (selling not only great meals, but also local produce and flowers); Firedoor, with head chef Lennox Hastie creating his signature dishes from wood-fired ovens and grills; Salaryman, with chef Stephen Seckold featuring his interesting take on ramen; Nelly Robinson of nel., who will serve up his contemporary interpretations of modern Australian dishes; and Jason Atherton of Kensington Street Social.
If that’s not enough, there’s still the Taste of Sydney usuals, such as Otto Ristorante; Porteño; 4Fourteen; MoVida; Biota Dining; Saké Restaurant & Bar; and Thievery.
There will be cake decorating, sushi and sashimi lessons, as well as cheese making workshops and pizza acrobatics, brought to visitors by RedBalloon. And, like years before, there will be a space for visitors to relax, and a cupcake decorating area for the kids. There will also be some amazing vendors providing visitors with discounted offerings.
So, cancel whatever you’re doing, and get your butt to Taste of Sydney for a day of fun, food, and festivities.