Your Guide To Sydney Good Food Month

Sydney-siders rejoice! Good Food Month is back this October meaning we all have something to celebrate. Get ready for a month jam-packed with flavours our taste buds will thank us for.

Throughout the entire month Sydney can expect an ongoing feast of events and a seriously impressive roll call of celebrity chefs including  Matt Moran, Kylie Kwong, James Viles and Paul Carmichael headlining over 185 delicious occasions.

Check out a list of the feature events below and be certain to work your social calendar around them, as you won’t want to miss a mouthful!


Night Noodle Markets

Thursday, October 6 – Sunday, October 23 (free entry)

Everyone’s favourite event is back and bigger than ever with stalls from Mr Bao, Mamak, Hoy Pinoy and Black Star Pastry x N2 Extreme Gelato, as well as newcomers House of Crabs and Queenies. The Night Noodle Market will also see main stage entertainment, celebrity guest appearances and live DJs and music. The event is again cash-free, so you can spend less time queuing and more time enjoying the night!

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Young Chefs Lunch

Sunday, October 9; 12:30pm ($190)

The Young Chefs Lunch celebrates the rising stars of the industry and this year, the focus is on the brightest women in the biz. Join five head chefs of the future for a long Sunday lunch at the hotter than hot Automata.

The Whole Hog with Harpoon Harry

Sunday, October 16; 6pm ($85)

One of the USA’s greatest meat masters, Nashville local Carey Bringle of Peg Leg Porker fame is heading to Sydney to light up the barbecue at Harpoon Harry with chef Morgan McGlone and celebrate the art of barbecuing.

Kitchen Table Dinners

Monday, October 10 – Friday, October 21 ($200)

Over 10 nights, 10 outstanding chefs – including Rob Cockerill of Bennelong, James Viles of Biota Dining and Lennox Hastie of Firedoor – will be cooking a three-course meal for 40 guests with 100 percent of proceeds going to OzHarvest. The proceeds from each evening will allow for an extra 16,000 meals to be delivered to people in need.

Golden Century Midnight Feast presented by Cathay Pacific

Saturday, October 29; 11:55pm ($200)

When the clock strikes twelve, the feast begins. Join Tetsuya Wakuda, Neil Perry, Peter

Gilmore, David Chang, Dan Hong, Mitch Orr and Morgan McGlone for a Golden Century banquet that takes you behind-the-scenes of where and what chefs eat post-dinner service.

Spring Social presented by Pimm’s

Sunday, October 30; 12pm – 6pm ($95)

You are cordially invited to the inaugural Spring Social garden party with a Chiswick pop-up hosted by Matt Moran, the boys from Three Blue Ducks (Darren Robertson and Mark LeBrooy) on the barbecue, and Alistair Wise and Andy Bowdy serving up decadent desserts. Play croquet, or sit back and enjoy good food and Pimm’s while you listen to Smooth FM’s sweet acoustic sounds and piano melodies.

From the Vault presented by Yalumba

Thursday, October 20; 6:30pm ($175)

Legendary wines from one of Sydney’s most legendary chefs? Count us in. Bathers Pavilion chef Serge Dansereau has teamed up with Yalumba to create a four-course menu matched with some very special wines, straight from the vault.

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