MiLi markets, the team behind the much-loved Ladies Night Market, have put together an amazing foodie showcase event for you. Following the success of the first event earlier this year, EAT – Fabulous Food Festival is on its way to Point Peron. At this event you will find hot food, baked goods, gourmet products, and a selection of WA honey, beer and wine.
If you like your food served with a side of adorable, you won't be able to resist Tokyo Baby Cakes. Make no mistake - these are no ordinary baby pancakes! They come in all sorts of special shapes like pandas, hearts and mini fish. Top them off with one of their amazing sauces, or even some ice-cream or whipped cream.
New to the Perth scene is Sub Zero Gelato, run by a certified artisan gelato maker from the Netherlands. They are making serious ripples with their dazzling range of flavours.
Piadina lovers rejoice, this traditional flat bread from the Emilia-Romagna region is now available here in Perth. The Piadina Bar will be serving up their rustic handmade creations featuring a range of mouth-watering fillings. Buon appetito!
Good food needs good kitchen prep and quality knives are an essential. McK's Knives, handmade in Sollingen Germany, will fit the bill. You'll also find a range of locally crafted platters and chopping boards.
EAT offers an amazing experience thanks to the attention to detail by MiLi's Markets. Beer, wine, hot and cold food, and live music promise a good time.
Grab a range of products to take home, from crafted salted caramel popcorn to preserves and drink mixes. The Allergy Alternative store will also be there with slices that both taste good and are safe for those with food allergies – they are free from gluten, wheat, dairy, egg and nuts.
EAT – Fabulous Food Festival will be held at the Rockingham Navy Club with indoor stalls in air-conditioned comfort and outdoor stalls on the lush grass. The seaside location also boasts a playground for the kids. There is plenty of free parking and entry is free. Find out more on facebook
or the MiLi Markets website