Time Out says
An all-day fe(a)stival devoted to Nepalese and Tibetan dumplings comes to Lidcombe
If you’re a fan of all things wrapped in dough (and let's face – who isn't?), then listen up: Momo Fest is coming to Sydney for the first time in 2020, after three succesful years in Melbourne. On Saturday, April 18, crowds will descend on Wyatt Park in Lidcombe for a festival celebrating the squishy Nepalese/Tibetan dumpling, the almighty momo.
You can expect stalls selling more than 30 different varieties of the flavour-packed parcels. Varieties on offer will include the Nepalese favourite the buff (buffalo meat) momo, as well as chicken, lamb, beef, pork, seafood, vegetarian and vegan varieties to try.
There will also be live entertainment from local bands and DJs as well as kids entertainment, workshops and momo competitions.
The best part? Entry is ony $2 at the gates, with kids under 12 free of charge.