The countdown is on. While the full program for Brisbane’s epic Good Food Month won’t be dropping till June, we’ve got a few tidbits already. And they sound bloody delicious.
Let’s get the big news out of the way. The Night Noodle Markets will be returning to the South Bank Cultural Foodcourt from 24 July til 4 August. Old favourites like Hoy Pinoy, Waffleland, Gelato Messina, Shallot Thai and Bao Brothers will be back behind the woks, plus some tasty new stallholders.
Here’s the new stuff we know so far. GOMA is teaming up with Melbourne cult restaurant Lûmé for a special six-course dinner, which includes matching wine and froths. And it’ll be held inside the art gallery. Tickets will sell out in about 17 seconds, so get on that ASAP. Adam Liaw from Masterchef is also hosting a special collab at Donna Chang in the CBD.
Our old favourite the Let’s Do Lunch series is also back for another year. This is always one of our faves: you get a lunch and wine for around $45 at some of the city’s best restaurants (ARIA and OTTO usually get involved).
Tickets for these pre-release events go on sale 9am Tuesday 14 May, so get cracking. They won’t hang around for long.
Where: Various locations
When: Good Food Month runs from 24 July to 4 August.
For more info, click here.
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