Explore the tasting trail along Sydney's waterfront, discovering the diverse flavours of The Streets of Barangaroo.
Sydney’s favourite restaurants will be serving tasting plates of signature dishes from market-style stalls outside each venue from $5 to $15. From burgers to caviar, bao buns to baklava, there's something for everyone.

Join top hospitality heavyweights at our 'Food for Thought' Speaker Series and nibble on native ingredients at our First Nations Native Food Market hosted in the lobby of One International Towers.

Taste, Wander, Nibble, Savour.

(and don't forget to stop and smell the rosé!)



The Tasting Trail

Special Event - Sustainable Seafood Lunch


On Saturday 29 October from midday enjoy a 4 course shared seafood menu at Cirrus for $140 pp. Hosted by head chef Brent Savage and Australia’s seafood expert John Susman discussing all things seafood.



The Speaker Series

To kick off the festival on Saturday, ‘Food for Thought,’ a speaker series of Sydney’s top hospitality heavyweights will be hosted in the lobby of One International Towers. Hosted by leading Australian food media personality, Myffy Rigby, the sessions will take the form of conversations along with tips and tricks for you to take back to your home kitchen.

Saturday 29 October
(Timings subject to change)

11.00 Smoking Ceremony / Midday - Welcome to Country & Indigenous performance  / 12.30 - Caroline Noller – ‘Sustainability in Hospitality’ - Myffy Rigby & Matt Moran / 1.15 - Clinton Schultz from Sobah / 2.00  - Rebecca Sullivan and Damien Coulthard / 2.45 - Brent Savage & John Susman


First Nations Native Food Market

Presented by Native Foodways, a First Nations owned and led social enterprise, collaborating with people from all communities across Australia, to strengthen the native food system in a way that is regenerative, culturally respectful, and benefits First Nations Peoples. Their mission is to grow, harvest, process,cook, and share native foods with everyone.


The Entertainment