The Dark Day Dark Night festival will take over Sydney’s South Eveleigh precinct for two days this June, bringing with it a new series of culinary experiences.

From 4-9pm on 22 and 23 June, Innovation Plaza and Locomotive Street is set to come to life with a range of interative events for attendees.

Clarence Slockee from Jiwah will host a tour of the precinct’s gardens where attendees will learn about and discover native plants used by First Nations people.

Kylie Kwong’s eatery Lucky Kwong is gearing up to host a $55 per head set menu dinner for the first time.

Diners will feast on steamed scallop dumplings with Sichuan chilli and bush mint, carmelised pork belly with Davidson plum, and stir-fried Boon Luck Farm greens.

There are just three sittings available per night, with bookings essential. But attendees can order from the takeaway menu if they miss out on a seat.

Globally lauded bar Re- is participating in the festival, serving up its signature low-waste cocktail menu and snacks offering covering tandoori eggplant with mint Coyo raita and koji pork neck with saffron mushrooms, macadamia ajo blanco, and soft herbs.

Coyoacan Social, BrewDog, RaRa Chan, Fishbowl, Kurtosh, and Anita Gelato will also be serving a range of food options, with dark beers, wines, and spirits supplied by Yulli’s, Wildflower, P&V Wine + Liquor Merchants, Forty Spotted Gin, and more.

The free festival kicks off from 4pm on 22 June.