Are you ready for some fine feasting?
Both Fairfield Feast and Cabra Crawl tour for food bloggers were belly-aching, sensational successes. So noodlies, Sydney food blog thought it’s time for a new food experience!
This time it’s a Canley Heights Crawl to celebrate the recent success of this foodie suburb – the 2014 Good Food Under $30, launched just last week, awarded 3 stars to two restaurants in Canley Heights. Who knows, we may just visit them both…
This tour is a must if you’re interested in getting a deeper understanding of Vietnamese food.
You’ll be meeting the chefs/owners of six delicious eateries/restaurants.
Canley Heights Crawl itinerary
- an incredible range of different Vietnamese dishes – many Vietnamese delights you won’t find elsewhere in Sydney
- different regional Vietnamese flavours – north and south
- Vietnamese tapas – a modern twist
- taste the all-new menu of a completely renovated Vietnamese icon
- Vietnamese drip coffee – at one of a handful of places that serves it up in Sydney
It’s a unique opportunity to come face-to-face with the wonderful people that have made this suburb such a wonderful foodie success.
Canley Heights Crawl for food bloggers
Sunday, 30 March, 11am – 2pm.
Yes, it’s free: I’m donating my time and Fairfield City Council has kindly agreed to cover food costs so this unique noodlies’ Canley Heights Crawl experience is free. All you have to do is be curious and come with a very empty stomach.
Limited places: to keep it things casual and intimate.
How to enter
Canley Heights Crawl is open to all active food bloggers – anyone with a blog or micro-blog that is predominantly food related and is current – you have to have written a post in the last 30 days.
Tell us why you would like to go on noodlies’ Canley Heights Crawl in the comments section below, creative, crawly, funny, desperate – it’s up to you.
Please note, no more than 50 words and please make sure you enter your name, email and blog address when posting. Due to limited number of attendees, there’s no “plus ones”.
Oh, bonus points if you tweet:
I want to go on the Canley Heights Crawl with @thangngo http://goo.gl/mbdpng #canleycrawl
Tagging your tweets with @thangngo and #canleycrawl makes it easier for me to see them. Tweeting this isn’t mandatory, it’s icing on the cake, so don’t worry if you don’t have a twitter account. I appreciate your help to spread the word, that’s all. And it would be great if you could share this post via other social media channels to help spread the word, thanks.
Registrations close Sunday 23 March 2014, 6pm. Successful applicants will be contacted via email by Monday, 24 March 2014, noon.
Good luck! I’m sure you’ll love this tasty experience!
Canley Heights Crawl is supported by the folks at Fairfield City Council.
Expressions of interest have now closed.
DRUM ROLL… And the successful six Sydney food bloggers are:
- Amy, Milkteaxx. twitter: @milkteaxx
- Kate, Foodies Agenda, @foodiesagenda
- Christine, Cooking Crusade, @cookingcrusade
- Penny, Addicted and Consuming, @jeroxie
- Isacc, iFat, @iFat23
- Tammi, Insatiable Munchies, @insatiablemunch
If you would like to follow their adventures on Sunday, follow the social media hashtag #CanleyCrawl
We recently paid Canley Heights a quick visit and I couldn’t believe how vibrant this suburb was – I’m itching to get back. It’s an area of Western Sydney I want to explore more and I think this tour would help me get a deeper understanding of Vietnamese food and culture. Plus, you know I can eat my own body weight in Vietnamese food…waste not want not hey?
I deserve to go because I’m kind of a big deal on Google+…hahaha
I’d love to attend. You will remember we met in Canramatta a couple of years back when we did a self-organised food tour, it was my first visit and the food was fantastic. Here are some photo highlights: http://m.flickr.com/#/photos/tonyhollingsworth/5720948105/in/set-72157626598524843/
I’ve never been to Canley Heights so this would be a perfect introduction.
Since I started blogging 2 years ago, I’ve been happily trying different cuisines as it’s a nice change from eating Vietnamese food daily. However, now I’m finding that I’m starting to appreciate Vietnamese food and culture much more – so I’m definitely very excited for a tour like this! 😀
As a former fat kid, I was very rarely chosen for sports teams. Well there was this bowling game where I eat incredibly effective but that was it. Hell, I even got a sweet nickname from it.
Anywho, I’ve never been to Canley Heights amd I think this would be a lot of fun.
Pick me, pick me. The Chinese canonball is ready.
I grew up eating in that area but kind of grew out of it and haven’t been to the Fairfield city area in years (literally). We’ve reviewed loads of places in Sydney CBD and inner city but we’ve yet to focus much on the western suburbs so this would be an awesome (re)introduction, definitely keen to take part! 🙂
I’d love to have a spot! I’ve only just gotten into a serious pho addiction in the last year or so and would love to learn more about the awesomeness of Vietnamese food. I’ve never visited Canley Heights either so it would be a first for me 😀
I’d love to go on this food tour because I’ve recently discovered an addiction to Vietnamese food. I’m thinking about moving to a Vietnamese suburb, so I think that this would be a great introduction into the culture and all the deliciousness to follow!
I’m Vietnamese, I eat Vietnamese food everyday, I’ve been to Vietnam & Vietnamese culture has always been a part of my life. What makes more sense than to allow a Vietnamese blogger to go on this special food adventure in her Sydney hometown and share with everyone what true Vietnamese food is really like.
Because I grew up from the area not knowing much about it! Then I moved suburbs and theres crappy asian food here (excuse my language) haha. Would love to know more! Pick me pick me 😀
Everyone had a @blogname in their title..
CHRISTIE [email protected] 😀
[email protected] hot bread in cabra putting re-runs of your review of them over and over and over and over again. ‘voted best pork roll by noodlies’ noodl-who? hahaha
My bellie really reaaally wants to go!! Imma excited newbie super keen bean for different bellieee experiences, and also because people always ask me how I eat so much and not put on weight and my reasoning (albeit a strange one) is that ‘crawling’ from different eateries is exercise 😀 GEEDDIT? HAHA
I would love to attend! I am not living in that area so I would to know more about the food available there and hopefully can visit more often :). It would be great to be introduced to more Vietnamese food since all I order is Pho!
meeeee! i want to go! i missed out on the Fairfield one last time so i would love to go on this one! I’ve been blogging for almost 2 years, in fact it will be 2nd anniversary in a few days, that would be the best blogversary present ever!
oh forgot my details! Amy zhong, Milkteaxx.blogspot.com, [email protected]!
Not too late? I would love to attend Thang! heheh pick me! itd be an experience!!
I’d love to join you & the other lucky food bloggers on this adventure. As I said on Twitter……”Slurp me some Pho!”
Hopefully third time lucky! I love Vietnamese food but my experience has mainly been bowl after bowl of pho or bahn mi. Totally delicious but I’d love to try some new things and get insight about the people behind the food. We need to spread the word about these places!
I eat and eat and eat and talk a lot. I take lots of photos. I do lots of instagram and tweet a lot. And l love to discover new areas of Sydney. Get me out of Surry Hills bubble Thang!!
Well from the photos on FB and IG, it looks like you all had a great time. Enormous bowls of Pho……extra strong coffee and then the Lychee cocktails.
I sure hope there’s another event that paying customers could join as it would be a great day out.