Taste of Sydney 2016 Highlights

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Taste of Sydney returns to Centennial Park from March 10–March 13, giving epicureans the opportunity to graze through more than 60 dishes from some of the city’s finest chefs.

The four-day festival will see the return of Mike McEnearney’s canteen Kitchen By Mike, which closed its doors in Alexandria mid last year. The pop-up will serve simple, honest food crafted from local produce. Try his roasted pork belly with apple chutney.

Bronte’s Three Blue Ducks will also set up shop, serving its signature fried chicken with hot sauce. Other restaurants joining the bill for the first time include Lennox Hastie’s one-hatted Firedoor and ramen restaurant Salaryman. Don’t miss renowned British chef Jason Atherton presenting the dishes of lauded Chippendale restaurant Kensington Street Social including its “Social Dog” – pork and fennel sausage, green apple, black pudding, cheddar and mustard.

Get in line for crowd favourites Porteño, Otto Ristorante and MoVida. Chef Colin Fassnidge will be serving his hearty, rich fare from 4Fourteen while Thievery’s Julian Cincotta will offer foodies a taste of his new Surry Hills venue, Butter – order butter-battered, crunchy fried chicken.

Want to get your hands dirty? Revellers will have the opportunity to cook alongside renowned chefs Peter Gilmore (Quay), Rob Cockerill (Bennelong) and Nelly Robinson (nel.) for an intimate masterclass before sitting down to a communal meal with matched wines.

Tickets available at ticketek.com.au/tasteofsydney.

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