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The Star celebrates tastes of the world during Good Food Month 2013

 

One destination, endless taste sensations

The Star is once again a proud major sponsor of Sydney’s premier food festival, Good Food Month, and will be hosting an array of mouth-watering events throughout October.

Sydneysiders are invited to enjoy exclusive signature dishes and beverages from The Star’s acclaimed restaurants including Sokyo, Balla and BLACK by ezard, whilst meeting some of the world-renowned chefs who create them.

Foodies can look forward to digging deep into the cultural heritage of our chefs by experiencing exclusive private dinners, sushi and sashimi-making classes, celebrate Stefano Manfredi’s 30 years in the business, enjoy Middle Eastern cuisine with guest chef Shane Delia – and more.

Good Food Month Festival Director Joanna Savill says she is eager to see what The Star will be bringing to the table this year.

“The line-up of events on offer at The Star makes a fantastic addition to this year’s Good Food Month. We’re looking forward to seeing what The Star’s high pedigree of chefs has in store for our taste buds.”

For bookings call 1800 700 700 or for more information visit http://www.star.com.au/goodfoodmonth.

What: Bar Hop ‘Spider and Slider’ at BLACK by ezard ($20)
When: Tuesdays through Fridays for all October
Details: Enjoy an exotic Tanqueray Gin spider with Orange Curacao and Roast Lemon, served

with a Wagyu Beef slider.

What: Let’s do Lunch at BLACK by ezard ($38 per person, bookings essential)
When: Every Thursday and Friday in October
Details: Teage Ezard, the award-winning chef behind Melbourne’s Gingerboy and Ezard

restaurants, has won over Sydneysiders serving up classically inspired food at BLACK by ezard. BLACK by ezard will offer a two-dish delicious lunch special (entrée and main or main and dessert) to celebrate Good Food Month, served with a glass of wine or beer.

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What: Bar Hop ‘Silk Road & Mountain Plum’ at Cherry ($20)
When: Thursdays through Saturdays throughout October
Details: Enjoy freshly shucked Pacific oysters with green tea and rose pearls, accompanied by

a Silk Road – an Asian inspired cocktail made with green tea infused Tanqueray Gin with King’s Ginger Liqueur, fresh lemon juice and pancake syrup; crusted with a rose petal and sugar rim, served with a Japanese Yamamono Mountain Plum.

What: Let’s Do Lunch at Balla ($38 per person, bookings essential)
When: Tuesdays through Fridays for all October
Details: Secure your seat at Balla, Stefano Manfredi’s modern interpretation of classic

Milanese cuisine, and select two dishes (either entree and main, or main and dessert) from the special lunch menu, served with a glass of wine or beer.

What: Hats Off at Balla ($95 per person, bookings essential)
When: Tuesday 22nd October
Details: Stefano Manfredi has created a bespoke dinner, exploring the influence of Jewish

cuisine on Italian food. A real invitation to travel through time and cultures, the four course menu is an exclusive must for nostalgic taste buds.

What: World Dinners, Balla ($160 per person, including wines, bookings essential) When: Thursday 31st October

Details: Book your exclusive seat to Stefano Manfredi’s 30-year tribute dinner which will take you on a culinary journey through often lesser known parts of the world. The five course degustation menu will include bespoke wine.

What: Private Dining Experience, Sokyo ($160 per person with wine, $100 without, bookings essentials)

When: Tuesday 1st and Tuesday 29th October

Details: An intimate group will tour contemporary Japanese restaurant Sokyo and its kitchen before joining chef Chase Kojima in the private dining room for a degustation dinner served with optional matching wines.

What: Become an Instant Japanese Cuisine Expert, Sokyo ($120 per person, bookings essential)

When: Saturday 5th and Saturday 26th October
Details: Learn the art of sushi-making from the master of Japanese cuisine, Chase Kojima,

who will host an exclusive lesson in sushi and sashimi-making before sharing lunch with his apprentices at Sokyo.

What: World Dinners with Shane Delia ($120 per person, bookings essential)
When: Tuesday 22nd and Wednesday 23rd October
Details: One of Melbourne’s most innovative chefs, Shane Delia, will come to The Star and

invite his guests to take a culinary voyage through middle-eastern cuisine during unique five-course dinners.

What: Shoot the Chef
When: From Tuesday 1st to Thursday 31st October
Details: Shoot the Chef will showcase images of iconic chefs throughout Good Food Month in

an exhibition to be displayed between Balla and BLACK by ezard.

For more information or to book visit http://www.star.com.au/goodfoodmonth or call 1800 700 700.

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