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Taste of Sydney 2014

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by Gypsy Rose (subscribe)
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Let your taste buds experience the taste of Syndey
The event goes for four days. The World's Greatest Restaurant Festival returns to the stunning surrounds of Centennial Park with over fifteen of Sydney's latest, greatest and hottest restaurants that will fashion special menus of tasting dishes for the occasion, including 'icon dishes' crafted by the chefs to specially reflect their philosophy and showcase seasonal and premium ingredients.

There will be over one hundred artisan producers and a host of new and exciting foodie attractions.

There are around fourteen attractions/ exhibitors such as Beer & Cider Hall, Bundaberg Distillatorium, Celebrity Cruises Lawn Club, Country Kitchen, Dilmah Chef's gallery, Food & Beverage Matching Masterclass, Gourmet Traveller Wine Pop Up Bar, Lupark Cooking School, Plumm Wine Theatre, Rekorderlig Cider Bar, The Art of Cocktail Making, Tasmanian Pavilion, Taste Kitchen and VIP Lounge.

Each attraction / Exhibit offers demonstrations and lessons to enhance your foodie knowledge and skills.

There are fourteen chefs and many restaurants showcasing their wonderful delights, some include 4fourteen, Aki's Indian Restaurant, Jonah's, Muse Restaurant, Porteno, Chur Burger, Bloodwood, Longrain, Chow Bar & Eating House and many more.

You are able to make purchases using their "crown" money which is their official currency - $1 is equivalent to $1 crown dollar (they can be purchased on site or through Ticketek). The crown money is used to purchase foods and beverages from all restaurants and exhibitors.

All tickets can be purchased from Ticketek or at the gates.

The best way to get here is through public transport as there is limited parking space.

It is sure to be an event that will excite and tempt the taste buds.

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Why? To experience some of the best restaurants and bars that Sydney has offers
When: 13 - 16 March 2014 - 13th - 5:30pm-10pm, 14 & 15th - 12pm-4pm & 5:30pm-10pm expect for 15th closes at 9:30pm, 16th 12pm-5pm
Where: Brazilian Fields, Centennial Park, near Loch Avenue and Dickens Drive
Cost: Tickets start from $ 25.00
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