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Sydney — By Lauren Katulka on March 8, 2010 at 12:05 am
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Taste the Flavours of Sydney at Centennial Park

One of Sydney’s premier food event, Taste of Sydney takes over Centennial Park from Thursday to Sunday.

The parklands will host the city’s top chefs, representing more than 50 restaurants, and food producers from around the state. Visitors can enjoy dishes from the eateries and samples from the Taste Producers Markets.

While the event is open all day, you want to make sure you’re there for lunch or dinner. Each restaurant has developed a tasting menu, so you can browse the stalls and design your own ultimate three-course meal. An entrée from here, a main from there, or perhaps desserts for all three courses!

Good food deserves good wine, and there’ll be plenty of that too. Add some great musical entertainment presented by Opera Bar and you’ve got the recipe for a good time.

Dates: 11 to 14 March
Times: 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm on Thursday, two sessions on Friday and Saturday: midday to 4 pm and 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm, and midday to 5 pm on Sunday
Location: Brazilian Fields
Address: Centennial Park, Randwick
Public transport: Catch the #378, #380, #382, or #L82 bus from the city
Parking: There is parking on Oxford St and limited parking available within Centennial Park on Carrington Drive, although as this is a sustainable event visitors are encouraged to use public transport
Cost: Tickets cost $30 at the door or $27.50 online before the event
Website: http://www.tastefestivals.com.au

Image source: JDBlasko @ Stock.xchng

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