Six top events in Good Food Month

Celebrate 20 years of great food and talented chefs at these six amazing dining events
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Now in its 20th year of fine dining and food events, Good Food Month presented by Citi gives Sydney’s food fans and would-be chefs an opportunity to experience specialised dishes from the city’s most renowned chefs and providores as well as industry leaders from across the globe. From October 4-21, diners will flock to Hyde Park for diverse culinary experiences within the transformed pop-up restaurant and foodie haven, Hyde Park Palms.

There’s a huge roster of events, so we thought we’d help you out with a menu of six fantastic feasts that won’t leave you in a state of food FOMO. Time Out loves innovative and inclusive eating, so make your first port of call our official Good Food Month partner event, Vegan Italiano. The Night Noodle Markets are also a regular favourite throughout the month, and if you’re still agonising over the menu, here’s our guide to all the program highlights.

Six superb Good Food Month events

Vegan Italiano
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Vegan Italiano

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6.30pm, $120

Chef Shannon Martinez has attracted fans even among carnivores at her hot Melbourne restaurant Smith and Daughters. For Good Food Month she will be serving up an Italian-style vegan feast inspired by her memories of home-cooked meals. The three-course dinner will be matched with Brand’s Laira wine from the Coonawarra and James Squire beer.

A dip and breads.
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California Soul – Jason Neroni

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6.30pm, $140

Renowned American chef Jason Neroni is partnering with Monty Koludrovic from Icebergs Dining Room and Bar to recreate the famed dining hospitality of southern California in Hyde Park this October. The canapés and grazing table they're whipping up will be matched with Brand’s Laira wine from the Coonawarra and James Squire beer.

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Culinary Women of Influence
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Culinary Women of Influence

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6.30pm, $150

This three-course dinner is being held in honour of all the female chefs and hospitality professionals making change and amazing food across the country. Dinner will be created and presented by four industry-leading ladies.

Seafood dish.
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Regional Dining

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6.30pm, $150

Talented Australian chefs are bringing their skills from across the country and convening to serve a dinner in the heart of the CBD. They'll bring flavours from the Mornington Peninsula, northern NSW, Adelaide and their international experiences. The three-course meal will be served with matching Brand’s Laira wine from the Coonawarra and James Squire beer.

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Young Chefs Lunch presented by Citi
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Young Chefs Lunch presented by Citi

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12.30pm, $150

Head chef Rob Cockerill from Bennelong will watch over Sydney's rising culinary stars as they construct a three-course feast. Young guns from the kitchens of Newtown’s Oscillate Wildly and Baranagroo’s Bea will be creating the meal, while Cockerill plays sous chef for the day. 

Isabella Poti
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Dinner with Italy’s Isabella Potì

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6.30pm, $220

This talented 22-year-old Italian chef will showcase her skills and share her insights from the industry over a four-course meal. Named one of the most influential women in Italian cuisine and listed among Forbes’ 30 Under 30 in 2017, Isabella Potì will make for a fascinating dinner date during the contemporary feast she's prepared. 

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