A festival for food lovers!
Noodlies, Sydney food blog will be there, hosting the eating competition.
Get set for food, festivities and fun! The Campsie Food Festival is on again giving food lovers from across Sydney a chance to satisfy their cravings for foods from all over the world.
Visitors, and their taste buds will enjoy an amazing variety of food from the stalls lining Beamish Street or they can head to the Kitchen stage in Anzac Mall for some great cooking demonstrations and food tasting. There will be over 30 food stalls serving up mouth-watering food; paella, bulgogi, gozleme, Dutch pancakes, Korean pancake and much more from a diverse range of cultures; Thai, Chinese, Turkish, Dutch, Portuguese and of course Korean.
Read noodlies, Sydney food blog round-up of the excitement from last year’s Festival and prepare for lots of family fun on Saturday, 1 June. See noodlies’ video highlights from 2012 below.
The Kitchen Stage this year will feature exciting chef, Jay Lee from the Korean Cultural Office who will prepare Braised Ox Tail as well as a Korean Rice Cake Soup for the audience to try. Jay Lee has worked in some of Australia’s best kitchens so I encourage everyone to join us in the Anzac Mall for what should be a real culinary treat.
Yes, it’s back, the Campsie Food Festival Eating Competition is bigger than ever and noodlies is back to MC this popular event. Check the noodlies video highlight from last year’s eating competition below.
On top of great food, there will be plenty of fun, especially for the little ones with a host of free rides in Anzac Park, opposite Campsie RSL.
Check out the local restaurants for a great multicultural feed
There are some unpretentious, authentic eateries to sample while you’re in Campsie, Da Da Vietnamese is just one example, see noodlies video review below.
Prepare yourself! Check out the Campsie Food Festival website and see you on the day.
The Campsie Food Festival in on Saturday 1 June in Beamish Street, Anzac Mall and Anzac Park Campsie from 10am – 4pm and is proudly sponsored by Campsie RSL, Korean Cultural Office, Telstra Campsie, AFC Asia Cup 2015, Torch and Valley Times, noodlies, Uncle Simo’s Lebanese bakery.