Sydney, get excited. The Good Food & Wine Show is officially back and bringing all the eats we could ever desire with it. After a hiatus in 2020 for reasons we need not rehash, this year will be the best yet with the new Eat Local Pop Up presented by TheFork supporting our neighbourhood faves.
Housed in the International Convention Centre, the pop up will feature four local Sydney restaurants serving up dishes to show attendees from 25-27 June.
The best part? To show their support for the local hospo industry, The Good Food & Wine Show is providing each of the pop-up restaurants a fully kitted kitchen, with all proceeds going directly back to each. So if you have the feels right now, we're with you.
All you need to do is feast your way through them all. Here’s what you need to tick off.
Anyone who’s been to Nour in Surry Hills knows they’ve nailed it when it comes to their signature twist on traditional Lebanese cuisine. At The Good Food & Wine Show, they’ll be serving up their signature chicken shawarma and Berber glazed lamb skewers seasoned to perfection with ras-el-hanout. Drool. While you’re at it, get their halva ‘magnum’ gelato bar complete with flavourings of tahini, pistachio and white chocolate.
Would it be a food show without foodie royalty chef Colin Fassnidge? Serving up dishes from his new book, The Commonsense Cook, head to By Fassnidge for family favourites done right. Think sinking your teeth into Colin’s Fried Chicken (CFC) or crunchy chicken schnitzel served with slaw. While you’re at it, get a side of his hearty porchetta and colcannon. Dare we say his kitchen....rules.
Ria By Brent Savage
Since opening its doors just over seven months ago, wine and pizza bar Ria has taken Sydney by storm. The work of chef Brent Savage, head here for a slice of crisp sourdough pizza. At the pop-up, they’ll be serving up a pepperoni option with Fior di Latte and tomato berries as well as a classic margarita. Ready for dessert? Treat yourself to a mind-blowing layered chocolate cake complete with caramel glaze.
Another masterpiece from chef Brent Savage, Potts Point fave Yellow is also heading to the pop-up, plating up some of the best plant-based eats in town. Get a true taste of NSW with eats crafted from local produce. Whether you’re wrapping your hands around the Yellow vegan burger or dipping fries in their moreish aioli, you won’t be disappointed.
What: The Eat Local Pop Up presented by TheFork at The Good Food & Wine Show
Where: International Convention Centre
When: Friday 25 June through to Sunday 27 June
Cost: From $30.00 pp.
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Hungry? Us too. Don’t waste another second, grab your tickets to the Good Food & Wine Show here to avoid the heartbreak of missing out.
Image credit: Ria Pizza