Celebrity cook and 2010 MasterChef contestant Alvin Quah is one of the major attractions of the 2011 Campsie Food Festival.

Alvin Quah and Canterbury Mayor, Robert Furolo

“Now in its twelfth year, the Campsie Food Festival has become an opportunity for food lovers to satisfy cravings and their appetite for foods from all over the world,” Canterbury Mayor, Robert Furolo said.

Alvin will cook two dishes – Malaysian fried noodles and Malaysian chicken curry incorporating products from Festival sponsor, Ayam.

Two other chefs will share the stage with Alvin at the Campsie Food Festival – one will complete a Mystery Ingredients Challenge.

There will also be a noodle making demonstration and samples for festival attendees to try.

“The Campsie Food Festival is a feast of flavours, with over 60 stalls, a cooking stage, the SBS radio stage, cultural performances, eating competitions and rides for kids – it’s the Seoul of Sydney, reflecting our cultural diversity and great community spirit,” Mayor Robert Furolo said.

For more information on the Campsie Food Festival phone 9789 9300, visit www.campsiefoodfestival.com.au join Campsie Food Festival Facebook page and follow on twitter.

The 2011 Campsie Food Festival will stretch along Beamish Street and into Anzac Mall, Campsie, on Saturday, June 4, from 10am-4pm.

The 2011 Campsie Food Festival is proudly presented by: Platinum Sponsors: Campsie RSL, SBS Radio, and Lebara Mobile. Gold Sponsors: Torch Publishing, Commonwealth Bank Campsie, Department of Health and Ageing, NSW Transport. Silver Sponsors: Bulldogs, Ayam, Nandos Canterbury, Channel 9, Noodlies – food blog; and bronze CurlyMoo.