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Taste of Sydney 2011

March 10, 2011toMarch 13, 2011

* SYDNEY

Taste of Sydney returns bigger and better in 2011 with over 50 mouth-watering signature dishes.  Click to WIN tickets with MiSociety for the Taste of Sydney All tickets have been won and winners notified

  • 10 -  13th March 2011
  • Centennial Parklands 

Taste of Sydney 2011 offers the very best of Sydney’s producers, wineries and restaurants, Taste of Sydney is the ultimate foodie social outing for friends, families and work colleagues against a backdrop of one of Sydney’s most beautiful, natural settings.

Set in the idyllic surrounds of the Centennial Parklands, Taste of Sydney 2011 will feature even more restaurants and chefs over a larger space making it the ultimate alfresco dining experience.

Some of Sydney’s finest restaurants will be debuting at this year’s festival including Manu Feildel’s L’Etoile and Tony Bilson’s eponymous Bilson’s, as well as Italian favourite Otto Ristorante, just three of the new restaurants and chefs taking part in 2011. Other Taste of Sydney favourites returning include Assiette, Berowra Waters Inn, Restaurant Balzac, Flying Fish, Danks Street Depot, Bird Cow Fish, Becasse, Ormeggio at the Spit and Four in Hand with more to be announced soon.

Taste of Sydney gives you to opportunity to sample over 50 mouth-watering signature dishes over the four days of the festival designed and prepared by the executive chef from each restaurant and will also dish out invaluable culinary advice in event favourite, the Australian Gourmet Traveller Taste Kitchen.

‘Taste’ events returning this year include the Taste Wine with Gourmet Traveller Wine Theatre where Nick Stock along with other wine experts, top sommeliers and producers will educate visitors and offer wine and food matching tips. Visitors can also take a leisurely stroll through the Producers Market to sample and purchase stunning local produce from over 100 top end boutique food and drink suppliers.

HSBC, will this year host an exclusive and stylish enclosure for ticketed VIP’s.  The VIP area will feature live entertainment with various premium food and drink tastings throughout the event.  HSBC customers will also have the opportunity to take advantage of a private HSBC inner sanctum within the VIP Lounge. 

Tickets on sale now
For more information and to book tickets go to www.tasteofsydney.com.au  or call Ticketek on 132 849
Session times
Thursday 10th March: 5.30pm – 9.30pm (VIP and Media Night)
Friday 11th March: 12pm – 4pm OR 5.30pm-9.30pm
Saturday 12th March: 12pm – 4pm OR 5.30pm-9.30pm
Sunday 13th March: 12pm – 5pm
What Are Crowns? Crowns are the currency used at Taste Festivals to purchase dishes and drinks from the restaurants and producers. Crowns may also be used to purchase food and drink from the exhibiting producers at the event. The restaurants only accept Crowns as payment and a limited number of exhibitors accept cash. 1 Crown = $1. Crowns can be purchased at the event as well. Sample size signature dishes from the restaurants will be priced at 8, 10, & 12 Crowns each. Drinks start at 6 Crowns. Crowns can be purchased onsite at the event at Crown Banks, Crown Sellers and the Ticket Office. You can buy Crowns in advance with a Premium or VIP ticket Package (each package include a book of 30 Crowns) (end)

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