Now in its 21st year, Sydney Good Food Month presented by Citi returns this October to once again showcase a range of talent and culinary creativity.
This year’s line-up features a diverse group of local and international talents, showing off their skills in inspired ways for some unique and one-off dining experiences. The Sydney Good Food Month 2019 program includes names like Peter Gilmore, Katherine Sabbath, Hiroyuki Sato, Shannon Martinez and more.
As well as the range of dining events for Good Food Month Sydney 2019, the much-loved Night Noodle Markets will return to Hyde Park from 11 October. Stalls include Mr Bao, Gelato Messina, Hoy Pinoy, Bangkok Street Food, May’s Malaysian Hawker, Chur Burger and more.
One of the highlights of every Good Food Month is the Young Chefs Lunch, which puts a spotlight on up and comers. The theme of this year’s Sydney Young Chefs Lunch is pasta, and will take place at modern Italian hatted restaurant OTTO in Woolloomooloo. Guided by OTTO head chef Richard Ptacnik, the young chefs will be tasked with preparing a premium four-course pasta lunch. Tickets for the Young Chefs Lunch are $160 and include wine and beer.
Go to goodfoodmonth.com for the full program and further information.