There’s something magical about Sydney in the colder months. There’s no shortage of cute and cosy bars to seek refuge from the chill and fun events to get you off the couch. Plus, we’ve been having some unseasonably warm days – so in off-peak season, there are fewer tourists to contend with on the iconic coastal walk!
Go on a Nutella road trip
Let’s be honest, we ALL love Nutella. But do we love it enough to chase a food truck serving up Nutella treats around the city? Only time will tell. On Friday May 11 and Saturday May 12, a food truck will make a 9 stop trip around Sydney, delivering tasty dishes like Nutella-drizzled pancakes, crumpets, bagels, waffles and even acai bowls. Oh and the best part is, they’re all free!
See the complete list of locations and times here.
Celebrate Mother’s Day at Katsumi
Katsumi is an upmarket restaurant in the inner-west suburb of Concord that blends timeless Japanese elegance with contemporary Aussie dining. To celebrate the occasion, they have a special Mother’s Day menu. $60 per person will get you a five-course meal including a choice of Japanese delicacies like grilled scallops and chicken karaage, mains like fish and chips and Angus beef steak and a chocolate fondant to top it all off. Mum will love you forever – well, even more than she already does.
Try the most Aussie menu EVER
If you’re keen to sample the flavours of the land down under, we’ve officially found the most Aussie menu of all time. On Friday May 18th, Caveau will team up with Something Wild (Australia’s premier supplier of native and wild ingredients) for a truly unique dining experience. The six-course menu will feature ingredients like magpie goose, green ants, wallaby tail, kangaroo tendon, wattle seed, Illawarra plum, lemon myrtle and strawberry gum.
Learn more about the event here.
Put another shrimp on the… boil
On Friday 25th May, Redline Taphouse and Kitchen will be holding their Redline Low Country Shrimp Boil. Guests will be treated to a generous feed of whole shrimp, corn wheels, new potatoes, andouille sausage cooked up in Redline’s signature spice boil. You’ll also be treated to Batch Brewing Co’s German Das Bohemian Pils and a tasting of 3 more local brews. It’s $40 per head to take part in the fun.
Learn more about the Redline Low Country Shrimp Boil here.
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