Here are a few hot tickets for Sydney International Food Festival 2010:
Breakfast on the Bridge
When: 10 October 2010, 6.30 - 8.30am
Somewhat easier than scaling the sails of the Sydney Opera House, here's your chance to picnic on one of Australia’s most famous architectural icons. The green carpet will be rolled out to furnish a most unique spot to crack open the picnic basket and share a sambo with a few thousand other lucky punters. This year's event will be football themed in a boost to Sydney and Australia's 2022 FIFA World Cup bid.
Moshtix will run a ballot system for people to win the chance to attend, but for now you can read more about the day here: www.breakfastonthebridge.com
Rene Redzepi at Sydney Opera House
When: 1 October 2010, 6.30pm
They say that chefs are the new rockstars, and if that's true, then Rene Redzepi is the Kanye West of the gastronomic world. Redzepi's Denmark restaurant Noma was named #1 in the San Pellegrino top 50 restaurants in the world earlier this year and for good reason - his take on new Scandinavian cuisine is unique, cerebral but most of all, real.
This will be his one and only official public appearance during the festival, so to learn more about what makes him great, hear him talk about his food philosophy and more, Sydney, this is your chance.
Tickets - $45
Entry and get a copy of his book - $85
Read more and book here.
[TOYS] issue #3: Bubbles
When: 12 October, 6.30-9.30pm
The Taste of Young Sydney crew are putting their third 2010 event on during SIFF, and true to past events, this one is set to be a doosy. Taking place at Chippendale's White Rabbit Gallery, it's a cocktail party with a difference: Guests will be treated to a canape degustation and matched bubbles in an effervescent event featuring FBi's own Levins and composer extraordinare Danielle O'Keefe plus chefs Monty Koludrovic (Becasse), Annamarie Rodrigo (Bistrode), Tomislav Martinovic (Tomislav), Morgan McGlone (Flinders Inn) and Dan Hong (Lotus).
Cost: $95 pp
Click here to book.