15 July 2013
What could possibly sound more appetising than something called the 'Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Month'?
A whole thirty-one days in October dedicated to indulging in delectable flavours, textures and tastes – not much, that's what.
That's why Sydney is such a popular destination during spring, when last year's event drew over a million festival goers.
As the organisers gear up for the celebration of all things delicious this year, restaurants, bars and eateries around the city are busy planning to put their best fork forward to win over the taste buds of the discerning foodies flocking to the city.
The Let's Do Lunches, Hats Off Dinners and Pop-ups and Parties will give these food outlets a chance to wow visitors with their creativity and skill in the craft of making mouth-watering smells and even better tastes.
Don't miss your chance to 'Shoot the Chef' or head along to the Night Noodle Markets in Hyde Park for some of the best market shopping you'll come across.
One of the big names of the food world that you can expect to see is Rene Redzepi, the mastermind behind Copenhagen's Noma Restaurant, which currently ranks at second best in the world. If for no other reason, the event would be worth a visit just to see this master in action as he headlines a series of events during the month.
He will be part of the World Chef Showcase, which lines up a stew of all-star cooks and outright food geniuses for visitors to marvel over and learn from.
What was once known as Crave Sydney, this is the month to simply enjoy great food, luscious wine, beautiful settings and excellent company as you eat, drink and follow your nose around the city.