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Good Food Month in Sydney
The best food experience
Sydney is a good looking city, specially at the dark from the top, so book the window seat, and hold tight,cos it's about to discover your dream destination, marvelous sights and incredibly good looking people with one charming accent, it will only get better once you understand that in Sydney everything changes every minute, there is always a new bar to hunt, a new restaurant to try and some of the wildest and craziest parties on earth to attend.
There are bunch events every single day going on, you just can't be bored in this city, from chic to very simple, Sydney's pretensions to glamor are well balanced by a casualness, so it will suit every kind of personality. October and November are months of markets, good and fresh foods, and here comes the biggest of all, The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food, where the greatest food lovers in Sydney come together to share some of the most extraordinary culinary scene in Australia.
Actually during October is Good Food Month, when every single day is about some kind of food affair, Asian-inspired Night Noodle Markets, Good Pub Grub and many others. All the best Australia's restaurants, bars and cafes and their finest chefs and food experts will show off their best work, Breakfast Club, Let's Do Lunch, Hats Off and World Dinners and Pop-ups and Parties and so much more.
A line of amazing chefs such as Rene Redzepi, a genius from Copenhagen, by the way ranked as the second in the world, he will headline in Sydney and also in Melbourne, also the great chef sensation from Sao Paolo in Brazil, Alex Atala, ranked as a number six in the world. One of the brightest will be annual culinary photographic competition, exhibition Shoot the Chef.
There are countless events happening in this marvellous city during October and November, most amazing, inspiring and simply fun events, that are just waiting for you to attend them. Sydney is a place, where always something thrilling going on somewhere, the secret is to turn the right corner, and you could be a part of it. Endless days in the beach, the lively food scene and the city itself, let's face it, Sydney is one hot mess.