Culinary Culture

Sydneysiders get a taste of flavours, textures and cooking methods from around the world

01 Oct 2009

For food lovers, there’s nothing more exciting than the
prospect of a full-blown festival. Apart from the copious amounts and dazzling
diversity of meals available, it’s also a chance to broaden the palette and
treat the tongue to new and exotic flavours.

Sydney International Food Festival (SIFF), previously Good Food
Month, has been inspiring foodies for 11 years. As always, there is a full
calendar of events and offers to be taken advantage of during the month of
October. Whether brunch, lunch, barbecues or night noodle markets are your
specialty, SIFF has catered to all tastes and mealtimes.

This year, the piece de resistance is the inaugural World Chef Showcase, with an
international array of world-class chefs offering ticketed guests insights into
various cooking traditions at themed on-site demonstrations. Learn about the
intricacies of Japanese cuisine, French flavours and complex combinations in
Vietnamese, from personalities such as Luke Nguyen of Red Lantern in Sydney’s
Surry Hills.

Immerse yourself in Luke’s culinary adventure in Vietnam
in the birthday issue of Habitus magazine, out now.

Sydney International Food Festival
siff.com.au

 

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