The city’s leading chefs to take part in Taste of Sydney

01 February, 2017 by
Danielle Bowling

Some of the city’s most exciting chefs and restaurateurs will take part in this year’s Taste of Sydney festival, taking place in Centennial Park from 9 to 12 March, 2017.

Representing Paddington, chef Josh Niland will join Taste for the first time with his popular Australian seafood restaurant Saint Peter, along with chef Regan Porteous of Tequila Mockingbird, which opened in mid-2016.

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Guillaume Brahimi together with Public House Management Group will also join the festival for the first time, on behalf of Four in Hand by Guillaume.

Barangaroo will showcase an array of the restaurants that opened along the waterfront in 2016, including Turkish born Australian chef Somer Sivrioglu who will show off his restaurant, Anason. 

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Over the four days, the festival will also feature a lineup of some the CBD’s newest restaurant openings including Bouche on Bridge headed up by Harry Stockdale-Powel; and Spanish inspired Mercado Restaurant will make an appearance with head chef and co-owner Nathan Sasi cooking up signature dishes.

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Other participating restaurants include:

  • Gastro Park (Potts Point)
  • Porteno
  • Kensington Street Social
  • nel. Restaurant (chef Nelly Robinson will put together the Little nel. sweet shop)

At the Electrolux Chef’s Secrets installation, chefs will show attendees how to prepare various signature dishes, which will then be matched with wine and enjoyed at a communal kitchen table.

The Lurpak Cookery School will offer a series of 30 minute masterclasses and at Cooks Corner TV personalities and cooks, Andy Allen and Ben Milbourne, will host a series of meat mastery cooking demonstrations.