A last-minute guide to Sydney Good Food Month

Celebrating 20 years of food experiences, October marks the return of Sydney Good Food Month. This year the food festival is bringing back Hyde Park Palms, a pop up restaurant at Hyde Park while also running events at some of the best restaurants across Sydney. With a few heavy-hitting experiences already sold out, we’ve curated unmissable sessions that you should check out ASAP.

#1 Night Noodle Markets

Sydney Good Food Month

When: 4-21 October 2018

Where: Hyde Park

Entry: Free

Undoubtedly one of the most popular highlights of Good Food Month, the Night Noodle Markets are back with a whopping 40 stalls taking over Hyde Park. The Asian street food fest will host the likes of Hoy Pinoy, Messina, Wonderbao, and Donut Papi. Pro tip: It’s worth rocking up to the markets early to beat the queues.

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#2 Culinary Women of Influence

Sydney Good Food Month

When: Thursday, 18 October 2018, 6:30pm – 9:30pm

Where: Hyde Park Palms

Tickets: $150 + transaction fee (includes 3 course sit-down dinner with Brand’s Laira wines and beer provided by James Squire)

Culinary Women of Influence is bringing together four prominent women in the Australian food industry. Diners will be treated to a three-course meal by Alia Glorie of Perth institution Billie H, Alanna Sapwell who until recently cheffed at Sydney’s Saint Peter, and Karena Armstrong of The Salopian Inn in McLaren Vale, South Australia. Momofuku Seiobo General Manager, Kylie Javier-Ashton will host this evening to remember.

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#3 The Masters Series

Sydney Good Food Month

When: Various dates in October

Where: Hyde Park Palms

Tickets: $150 + transaction fee (includes 3 course sit-down dinner with Brand’s Laira wines, beer provided by James Squire and Talisker 10 year old Single Malt Scotch Whisky)

For an unforgettable experience, this is your chance to join Neil Perry, Bill Granger, Christine Manfield, Stephanie Alexander or Ross Lusted in conversation with Good Food editor Ardyn Bernoth and former Good Food Guide editor and Festival Director of Good Food Month, Joanna Savill.

#4 Let’s Do Lunch presented by Peter Lehmann Wines

Sydney Good Food Month

Details: Contact the respective restaurants to book

Another favourite at Good Food Month each year, Let’s Do Lunch offers a collection of lunch experiences at Good Food Guide Hatted restaurants that won’t break the bank. At only $45 for a main course and a glass of wine at lauded restaurants like Sokyo, Pilu at Freshwater, and Bentley, it’s well worth a gander. See the menu here.

#5 California Soul

Sydney Good Food Month

When: Friday, 12 October 2018, 6:30pm – 10:30pm

Where: Hyde Park Palms

Tickets: $140 + transaction fees (includes Canapes, grazing station with Brand’s Laira wines and beer supplied by James Squire)

Injecting some Socal flavour into the mix, Good Food Month presents Jason Neroni whose experience spans from the iconic Chez Panisse to Spago in Beverly Hills. Together with Monty Koludrovic, Executive Chef of Icebergs at Bondi Beach, Neroni will introduce his Southern Californian flair to Sydney.

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