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Food and Wine – Crave Sydney International Food Festival 2010

October 1, 2010toOctober 31, 2010

*   SYDNEY and Regional NSW 

Crave Sydney International Food Festival launch party with Rene Redzepi
Crave Sydney International Food Festival 2010 – 600 culinary experiences across Sydney and Regional NSW plus the world’s number one chef, René Redzepi, at Sydney Opera House

  • Crave 1-31 October 2010
  • Breakfast on the Bridge 10 October
  • Picnic on a Sydney Harbour Island (October 4, 9-10, 16-17, 23-24)
  • Night Noodle Markets (October 11-15, 18-22)
  • Sydney Food and Wine Fair in Hyde Park on October 30

Crave Sydney International Food Festival (October 1-31) presented by Citibank is one of five anchor events in the NSW Master Events Calendar created by the NSW Government through Events NSW. In 2009, an estimated 320,000 people attended more than 430 events across October and this year’s festival promises to be even bigger!

This international food  festival offers something for everyone – large scale food events; intimate dinners cooked by some of the world’s leading chefs; authentic food experiences in Sydney’s culturally diverse suburbs; family activities on and around Sydney Harbour Bridge and islands.

From the seriously big international headline acts – the world’s number one chef, René Redzepi, at Sydney Opera House and the extraordinary World Chef Showcase line-up at Star City – to a raft of fabulous events in restaurants and neighbourhoods across the city and regional NSW, the Food Festival has a broad range of events.

People can try Breakfast on the Bridge (October 10) or a picnic on a Sydney Harbour Island (October 4, 9-10, 16-17, 23-24), spend a spring evening with friends and family at the Night Noodle Markets (October 11-15, 18-22) or eat at a list of top Sydney restaurants offering great value Let’s Do Lunch menus (throughout October).

Alternatively, take in a cooking class, a cocktail, a beer and a pie (the new Good Pub Grub event) or get sizzling at Barbecue Madness, on the opening weekend (October 2).

As always, the Festival closes with the Sydney Food and Wine Fair in Hyde Park on October 30 – celebrating 20 years of giving from our city’s restaurant community and food suppliers.

Other Crave  Sydney International Food Festival 2010 events include
• Pop Up Dinners – it’s dinner where you’d least expect it – in hidden spaces and hideaway kitchens. Get set for a surprise or two.
• Week of Tastes (14-23 Oct) – special interactive menus for kids at leading Sydney restaurants designed as an educational exploration of tastes and flavours.
• Bubbles in drinks and bubbles in food – showcasing the hottest culinary talent Sydney has to offer, see what the next generation can do when left to its own devices while experiencing an evening of cocktails, canapés and music inspired by the theme: Bubbles.
• Sugar Hit – indulge your sweet tooth and go out for a special late night desert platter (from 9pm) at Sydney’s best restaurants and finest hotels.
• The new ‘Locavore’ food trend – featuring 25 100 Mile Meals including a series of dinners created by TAFE students around Sydney and regional NSW. The students get the change to meet local farmers and food and wine producers and promote their produce, as well as create interesting, truly local menus.
• Green & sustainable – it’s all about the future of our planet and the future of food. Ponder the bigger picture at these eco-friendly events.

For more information on the Crave Sydney International Food Festival, go to www.cravesydneyfoodfestival.com.au.

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