Good Food Month – October 2013
Spring around the corner signifies that we should probably be outdoors as much as possible, enjoying warm rays of sunshine and slowly defrosting from the memories of the cold winter we just lived through.
Of course, this means that October has been coined Good Food Month in Sydney and has also spread itself across a few more Australian destinations this year – not a difficult task to do, since an appreciation of excellent food is generally a universal quality.
A celebration of Sydney’s highly diverse culinary landscape, the Good Food Month has been celebrated in October for more than a decade. Noodle Markets take over Hyde Park, special breakfasts, brunches, lunches and dinners as held all over Sydney and cooking classes by highly skilled chefs are conducted for those willing to participate in them.
Furthermore, a first for Australia, ‘Dinner in the Sky’ will be open for public reservations. Should you choose to attend, you will be suspended 50 metres above the ground at a table seating 22 with a chef in the middle serving up a delectable menu. This one is definitely for the thrill seekers.
Those who get Vertigo need not be disappointed, there are many other options available during the month: from the Pyrmont Growers’ Market Birthday Bach on October the 5th to Laneway food markets at the Winery on October the 26th/27th and specials at almost every restaurant in town, forget your diet – October is simply not the month you can avoid temptation.
For more information, check out: http://sydney.goodfoodmonth.com