Festival friend Terry Durack (food critic, writer and co-editor of Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide) shares his top ten events from TO EAT.
“Melbourne Food and Wine Festival is one of the world’s great gastronomic experiences, because it stays true to the things Melbourne holds dear.
“It’s like muesli for the brain – packed with flavour and full of good things.”
Bosphorescence, Gigibaba, Collingwood, 5 March, $95
Hook, Lunch & Sinker, Stokehouse, St Kilda, 3 March, $190
Dinner in the Studio, Shelley Panton’s Studio & Store, Middle Park, 4 & 5 March,$150
Forage & Feast, Lamaro’s Bar Dining Room, South Melbourne, 9 March, $160
The Festival of Hochkirch, Gertrude Street Enoteca,Fitzroy, 3 March, $45
Unearth the Pyrenees, Union Dining, Richmond, 7 March,$125
The Family Feast, Rumi Restaurant, Brunswick East, 13 March, $95 [SOLD OUT]
"A coffee farm comes to the city. What a fabulous opportunity for caffeine freaks to go beyond the cup and the cafe and discover where their coffee really comes from."
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