Brisbane Good Food Month returns in July

23 May, 2018 by
Brittney Levinson

Good Food Month will return to Brisbane in July with top chefs from Brisbane and beyond coming together for a series of culinary events.

Head chefs Shaun Malone (Bucci, Brisbane) and Monty Koludrovic (Icebergs Dining Room & Bar, Sydney) will come together for one night only to host the Pasta Party on 12 July. The chefs will serve up a four-course Italian feast at Bucci alongside matching wines.

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The Young Chefs Lunch will take place on 15 July at Aria Restaurant with the venue’s head chef Ben Russell mentoring Brisbane’s next generation of culinary talent.

Under Russell’s direction, Hyosun (Sean) Hwang (ARIA), Brad Cooper (Sous Chef, Gauge), Savannah Sexton (Pastry Chef de Partie, Stokehouse Q) and Georgina Phillips (Sous Chef, e’cco Bistro) will design a four-course lunch for guests.

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The much-loved Night Noodle Markets will also make a come back, taking over South Bank from 25 July to 5 August with Asian hawker-style fare from over 20 stalls.

Confirmed stallholders include Hoy Pinoy, Waffleland, Teppanyaki Noodles, Donburi Station, Black Star Pastry, N2 Gelato, The Original Korean twist potato, Bangkok Street Food, Zagyoza, Bao Brothers, Little Kyoto, Little Red Dumpling and Phat Elephant.

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Let’s Do Lunch will return to Brisbane after a hiatus in 2017, opening up Brisbane’s best lunch offerings at the finest hatted restaurants for a specially curated price, especially for Good Food Month visitors.

“With hotly-tipped talent, beloved institutions, emerging hotspots and enviable local produce, Brisbane’s dining scene is growing rapidly, and the city is emerging proudly as a leading food destination in Australia,” says Venessa Cowell, director of food events.

“The 2018 Brisbane Good Food Month will celebrate the culinary inspiration that fuels the New World City, shining a light on the talent that paved the way and those that are shaping its future.”