Bunjil Place is bringing an exciting Global Flavour Feast to the Plaza every Friday night from 5 March to 26 March.
Immerse yourself in a vibrant celebration of live music, cultural performances and a diverse selection of flavoursome foods from across the globe!
Global Flavour Feast is a FREE outdoor event and you can choose from two sessions - register to attend for either 5:15 pm to 7:15pm or 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm.
Each Friday night will showcase a different global culture and bookings are essential to guarantee a spot.
Register now at: www.bunjilplace.com.au/news/its-a-global-flavour-feast-plaza
Check out what's on below:
Two Fat Indians will be serving up their signature smashed Samosa and butter chicken, followed by a kulfi dessert, and Taka Taka Kottu to provide diners with unique Sri Lankan flavours and spices. Entertainment will include Bollywood and Sri Lankan dancing from Bindaas Bollywood and Shashila Dance, an appearance by Esha Elephant who will wander around the Plaza, and music by Dilli Fauj.
Traditional food from Africa, the Caribbean and the Middle East will be presented by the likes of The Real Jerk Food Truck, Gourmet Hummus and Tasty Suya African BBQ. Suya is an African BBQ recipe involving a 24-hour marination process, wood fire grilling and a smoking process to bring out its unique and authentic flavours. The evening's entertainment will comprise of belly dancing by Tiya Dance Troupe, and a combination of traditional,
Afro-Fusion and experimental music by One Spirit Africa, Sonik Waves and Roving Spiff Daddy.
Kimu Korean and Japanese Eatery will be providing feasters with an experience of blended Japanese and Korean food, derived from authentic family-based recipes. Nem N Nem will offer up simple dishes with a contemporary twist and aesthetically pleasing meals. Asian dance sequence performance by Kita Performing Arts will be sure to delight audiences alongside Stilt Divas showcasing China dolls on stilts and a lion dance by Jow Ga Kuen.
The final night of Global Flavour Feast will display a variety of European flavours, including traditional Italian pizza from Wildfire Pizzeria, artisan handcrafted crępes by Crępes for Change, who will be donating all profits towards eliminating youth homelessness, and authentic eats from Kilted Haggis, a small Melbourne-based Scottish family business from Glasgow. Indie Duo will entertain audiences with their raw tones and slick rhythmic guitar work, and dance performances by French Cabaret Entertainment Melbourne and SENES Flamenco will give audiences a taste of French and Spanish culture.