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A Big Fat Greek (And Turkish) Feast Is Coming

By Simone Jovel
18th Aug 2016

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Put down that passport because there’s no need to hitch a ride to Istanbul or Santorini just yet, because one seriously tasty event is headed our way.

For one day only, the flavours of two of the world’s best, Greece and Turkey, will come together to create what can only be described as a totally droolworthy, feast of feasts. 

Somer Sivrioglu, the man behind Anason in Barangaroo, and David Tsirekas from the highly anticipated 1821, are set to whip up a banquet that even the Ottomans would be proud of. 

Expect a family styled affair, complete with a whole lamb on the spit, a dessert meze of buffalo milk yoghurt with honeycomb and pistachio, pudding with almond and pomegranate as well as Turkish wine, beer, ouzo and raki to enjoy, opa!

The details

What: Somer Sivrioglu’s and David Tsirekas’ Greek-Turkish Sunday Lunch
Where: Anason, Wulugul Walk, The Streets of Barangaroo
When: Sunday 28th August, 12pm – 4pm
Cost: $85 per person (drinks not included)
Tickets: Online or 02 9188 1581

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Image credit: Anason

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