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This Week's Column - Food Events

Food News 251012

Published in the City Hub, Bondi View and City News.

Looking for a foodie adventure of your own? Here are some food events I think you might enjoy...

WEBDamien Pignolet

Toast of The Bellevue Damien Pignolet is doing a Mumm Spring Carnival Bar dinner ($190/head) in-house on Thursday 1st November. He’s also celebrating the first night of summer on the 1st December with Fete de Provence. This outdoor pop-up event with star event producers Felton & Co. ,will set you back $165/head.

Local Lebanese cooking class guru, Norma Dakhoul, is going to end 2012 with a bang! She’s got two more classes - Lebanon’s Trademark Dishes (Nov. 3rd) and Mezza (Dec. 1st) - that’ll help you ensure that your Christmas catering has an edge.

Oyster fans should head to Oysters at the House on Sunday 18th November at Opera Kitchen from 12pm-6pm. The $35/head event gives you samples from producers at Nambucca, Wapengo Lake, Pambula Lake, St Helens (TAS), Coffin Bay (SA) and the Hawkesbury.

There’s also still enough left of October to check out Asia On Your Doorstep. If you like Thai food, take in a cooking class ($75/head) from Bangkok Restaurant on Sat. 27th October, or just enjoy the special menu offered at any of the Thai restaurants in the promotion ($25/head or $45/2 people). Chinese fans might prefer the Beijing Banquet ($50/head) at The Eight Modern Chinese Restaurant on Wed. 31st October.
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