Taste of Sydney Unveils its 2017 Lineup
Taste of Sydney will return in March to Centennial Parklands with more than fifty dishes from some of Sydney’s best restaurants.
Taste of Sydney brings together the city’s latest, greatest and most celebrated restaurants, all in one place for one weekend only, as well as exceptional attractions and live entertainment.
Buzzing with some of the city’s top restaurants and bars right now, Paddington will showcase its award-wining chefs and eateries. Head Chef Josh Niland of the hugely popular Australian seafood restaurant Saint Peter, is looking forward to his first Taste of Sydney. Alongside him is Regan Proteous of Tequila Mockingbird which opened mid-last year. Also making his debut will be Guillaume Brahimi of Four in Hand.
Barangaroo will also showcase its standout restaurants that opened along the waterfront last year, with Somer Sivrioglu who will transport his restaurant Anason from The Streets of Barangaroo to Taste of Sydney where visitors will be treated to authentic Turkish cuisine. There are still more Barangaroo favourites to be announced.
Over the four days, the festival will also feature a lineup of the CBD’s newest restrauant openings, including Bouche of Bridge headed up by Harry Stockdale-Powell who will prepare his approachable fine-dining through local and sustainable produce. Spanish inspired Mercado will make an appearance with head chef and co-owner Nathan Sasi cooking up his signature dishes.
Gastro Park has also been added to the ‘gastronomic playground’ this year in the park.
Returning favourites include Porteño, British Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton’s Kensington Street Social (headed up by chef Robert Daniels), and nel. led by innocative chef Nelly Robinson, creating never-before-seen indulgences exclusive to the festival.
Cooking masterclasses, wine tastings and workshops, plus live entertainment will all apart of the four-day festival.
Tickets are on sale now, and start from $25.
Taste of Sydney, March 9-12, Centennial Parklands