Taste of Sydney, The Ultimate Progressive Pop Up

Taste of Sydney 2013 Take one Centennial Park, add a generous amount of culinary tastings and mix well in the wares from gourmet providores. Add in the best dishes from 20 of Sydney’s top restaurants, and you have the recipe for the ultimate progressive pop up. 

Taste of Sydney returns to Centennial Park from 14 – 17 March.

It’s an all-new line up of stars; so set your get your sniffer dog instincts at the ready for hipsters Ananas Bar & Brasserie, Popolo, 4Fourteen, Biota Dining and The Woods. Even shake it up with a Sensology cocktail or two.

Pick up tricks-of-the-trade from a super cast of chefs and sommeliers and lock in your sessions early at the Dilmah Chef’s Skillery, Bertolli Taste Kitchen or Plumm Wine Theatre.

Go round the world from sustainable kitchens to exotic flavours of Malaysia, to the best gourmet fare from Tassie and more. And since globe-trotting can be exhausting, pick up the ultimate accessory and waft past crowds with fast track entrance and enjoy all the luxuries of the lounge in air con comfort.

Cooked to perfection, for the most discerning foodie.

Taste of Sydney Special Offer: 2 Premium tickets for $90 – Premium tickets include $30 of Crowns (the official Taste of Sydney currency) per ticket
This offer is a $30 saving on door prices and only available pre-show

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Validation period: 04/03/2013 – 13/03/2013

www.tasteofsydney.com.au or call Ticketek on 132 849
Taste of Sydney 2013: 14 – 17 March
Taste operates like a restaurant with lunch and dinner sessions

Thursday 14th March: Dinner Session 5.30pm – 10pm
Friday 15th March: Lunch Session 12 – 4pm & Dinner Session 5.30pm – 10pm
Saturday 16th March: Lunch Session 12 – 4pm & Dinner Session 5.30pm – 9.30pm
Sunday 17th March: Lunch Session 12 – 5pm

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Karen’s corporate job includes an enviable task of entertaining clients in some of the best restaurants. This ultimately sparked a curiosity 'Just how do they do that?' (she confesses she was brought up on meat and vegetables, so this was all very exciting). Currently a Mr & Mrs Smith 'Tastemaker', she’s flashpacked around the world, learning about wine, experiencing different cultures and cuisines and had a two- year love affair with it all. Originally from England, she finally settled in Australia and continues to be besotted by food, wine and travel preferring to focus on the luxury end of town (hot running water in bathrooms please).