Sydney Good Food Month returns in October

17 August, 2017 by
Annabelle Cloros

Good Food Month presented by Citi returns to Sydney in October with more than 180 delicious events, inspiring talks, chef collaborations and experiences over 31 days.

This year’s Good Food Month introduces Sydney to Hyde Park Palms, an inspiring event that will transport guests outside of the every day from 5-22 October.

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Designed by interior design firm Caroline Beresford Design, the Palm Springs-inspired precinct will play host to talks with Marco Pierre White and Neil Perry, a pumping Cali-Mexican party by Mitch Orr and Dan Hong, an Africola sound system experience with Duncan Welgemoed and Sydney’s best brunch feasts and thought-provoking panel discussions.

Kicking off on 5 October, the Night Noodle Markets returns to Hyde Park featuring signature dishes from Din Tai Fung, House of Crabs, Indu, Mr Bao, Chur Burger, Gelato Messina and Black Star Pastry. The markets are also cash-free, so guests can spend less time queuing and more time enjoying the night.

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Let’s Do Lunch joins the program once again, opening up Sydney’s best lunch offerings including Aria and Catalina Rose Bay at a specially curated price for Good Food Month visitors.

Citi Australia celebrates its ninth year as presenting partner of the Good Food Month program. In 2017, they are working with some of the city’s best restaurants to host a series of one-off events throughout the month from a sushi and whisky party at Sokyo to a three-course dining experience with matching wines at Pilu at Freshwater.

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