Good Food Month Sydney turned 20 and looks more delicious than ever

Good Food Month Sydney cake

Just after Melbourne was treated to its own Good Food Month Melbourne, and Canberra celebrated Good Food Month Canberra, at last it’s Sydney’s turn with the return for the 20th year, of Good Food Month Sydney!

As usual, along with Citi, the city of Sydney will celebrate 20 years of unforgettable food events this October.

Good Food Month Sydney chef

The flavour-packed, talent-filled program shines a light on the influential chefs and restaurants that have helped shape Australia’s culinary landscape and the talent that will define its bright and exciting future.

This year, they’re taking a retrospective look at how the local and international dining scene has developed over the last 20 years, celebrating the chefs, dishes and restaurants that paved the way and stood the test of time.

Hyde Park Palms is a returning pop-up restaurant often associated with Good Food Month Sydney and can be found in the heart of Hyde Park North from 4-21 October.

It’s a custom-made Palm Springs-inspired restaurant will play host to conversations with Australian culinary masters Neil Perry, Bill Granger, Christine Manfield, Stephanie Alexander and Ross Lusted.

Night Noodle Markets Melbourne 2

The renowned Sydney Night Noodle Markets will be back, too, starting on 4 October. It will be populated this year by the likes of Gelato Messina, Hoy Pinoy, The Original Korean Twist Potato, Mr Bao, Shallot Thai, Donburi Station, Waffleland, Wonderbao, Donut Papi, Eat Fuh, Puffle, Poklol, Chat Thai, Teppanyaki Noodle, The Wagyu, May’s Malaysian Hawker, Bangkok Street Food, Black Star Pastry, Satay Brothers McHenry Avenue, Grumpy G’s Kitchen, Chinese Dim Sum King, N2 Extreme Gelato, Chur Burger, The Hard Style Kitchen and Thai Riffic, served up with dancers, DJs and live music. Just to name a few…

Tickets for Good Food Month Sydney go on sale at 9am, Tuesday 31 July at the Good Food Month Sydney website.

Good Food Month Sydney spoons