Taste of Sydney is the biggest celebration of the thriving restaurant scene here in Sydney and it’s totally unmissable for any self-respecting foodie. From 9-12 March 2017, the culinary festival returns bigger and better than ever to Centennial Park.

In partnership with Electrolux Taste of Sydney will showcase more than 50 signature dishes from the city’s hottest bars and restaurants this year. Visitors to the foodie fantasia will have the chance to experience an incredible selection of bespoke menu items created exclusively for the festival by the chefs themselves, watch live demonstrations from top chefs, experience wine & cheese tastings and even take part in interactive cooking demonstrations!

Tickets are $25 but we have THREE double passes to give away to lucky Sydney Social 101 readers!

To enter simply comment below or on our Facebook page with which restaurant’s cuisine you are looking forward to tasting most and why!

COMPETITION CLOSED: Congratulations to Monique, Teresa and Catherine! Please check your emails (including junk) for details of your prize. If no response is received, prize will be passed on to another entrant. Ts&Cs apply.

2017 restaurant and chef line up:

• Long Chim – David Thompson

• Saint Peter – Josh Niland

• Tequila Mockingbird – Regan Porteous

• The Four in Hand by Guillaume – Guillaume Brahimi

• Anason/ Efendy – Somer Sivrioglu • Bouche on Bridge – Harry Stockdale-Powell

• Mercado Restaurant – Nathan Sasi

• Gastro Park – Grant King

• Porteño – Ben Milgate and Elvis Abrahanowicz

• Kensington Street Social – Rob Daniels

• Nel’s Sweet Shop- Nelly Robinson

• Banksii Vermouth Bar & Bistro – Hamish Ingham and Rebecca Lines

 

WHAT: Taste of Sydney

WHEN: 9 -12 March 2017

WHERE: Centennial Park, Sydney

MORE INFO:Read more here

TICKETS: Tickets (from $25) are available now via Ticketek Australia

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6 Responses

  1. Monique

    Looking forward to some great spice especially from Long Chim and Tequila Mockingbird!

    Reply
  2. Anne Falk

    Nel’s Sweet Shop-Their wagon wheel sounds divine. My childhood favourite sweet updated for an adult dessert experience

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  3. Emma Wood

    Nells sweet shop to try the summerelflorence it’s sounds Devine I don’t usually order deserts but the combination of sorbet and champagne has me!

    Reply
  4. Adam

    Gastro Park-Innvoative and modern cuisine which is sure to wow with style, presentation and taste.

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    • Clare

      Hi Anne. The 3 winners (Teresa, Monique and Catherine) were emailed but one has yet to respond. If they do not reply by the end of today then we will choose another winner to replace them.

      Thanks

      Reply

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