Sabores Spanish Festival

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People watching flamenco dancers at the Sabores Spanish Festival.
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Enjoy food, drink and entertainment like you’re living it up in Barcelona

The Spanish community – and anyone else who enjoys a good paella – is gathering to celebrate the country’s vibrate culture at the Sabores Spanish Festival. This is the second year the Spanish-Australian Chamber of Commerce will run the event, setting up market stalls and cooking stations at Porteño in Surry Hills

Attendees will be sampling Spanish specialities like gazpacho, tapas, paella, fideua (similar to paella, but using pasta) and deliciously smoky, dry-cured jamón. They’ll pair well with the bold spanish wines, refreshing beers and, of course, Sangria. Over lunch, you can watch dancers perform impassioned flamenco routines, and see the best dressed kids in Spanish regional costumes be crowned.

The full day is free to attend, but you’ll need to register before March 14 to reserve a place.

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