16 Restaurants, 48 Mouth Watering Dishes… Something to suit everyone’s Taste!

The countdown is on to Sydney’s favourite social foodie event of the year, Taste of Sydney. An expected 22,000 Sydneysiders will descend on Centennial Parklands from 11th – 14th March as 16 of Sydney’s most prestigious restaurants set-up full professional kitchens to deliver a degustation menu like no other.

taste-of-sydney-visitorFeaturing three signature dishes from each of the city’s top restaurants and chefs, plus wineries, producers, outdoor dining and live music, Taste of Sydney is the ultimate all-in-one dining experience.

Watch your favourite chefs in action at the Australian Gourmet Traveller Taste Kitchen, polish your palate with guest wine experts at the Taste Wine with Gourmet Traveller Wine Thearte, or browse your way through hundreds of top end boutique authentic produce at the Producer’s Market.

Taste of Sydney Venue

Taste of Sydney Venue

As a first for Taste festivals in Australia, discover a dynamic program of tastings, talks and demonstrations against a lively backdrop of musical entertainment presented exclusively by Opera Bar.

This greatly anticipated event will showcase the very best of the culinary scene and provide an un-missable opportunity to explore breathtaking cuisine, discover new delicacies and plan your entire social calendar of dining out.

For more information visit http://www.tasteofsydney.com.au, Ticketek for ticketing enquiries 132 849, or Brand Events Australia 02 9331 7507


Venue: Sydney Centennial Park

Session Dates and Times: Thursday 11th March
Friday 12th & Saturday 13th March
12.00pm-4.00pm or 5.30pm – 9.30pm
Sunday 14th March

Cost: General Entry: $27.50
Child (age 6-17): $15
Premium: $55 (pre-purchased)
VIP: $120

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