Perth Good Food Month brings young chef event to Bread in Common

Perth Good Food Month brings young chef event to Bread In Common. Picture Sabine Albers
Perth Good Food Month brings young chef event to Bread In Common. Picture Sabine Albers

PERTH foodies will get to indulge in an array of culinary treats when Perth Good Food Month returns next month.

Celebrating the best of the Perth food scene in association with City of Perth, Commissioner Chair Eric Lumsden said the event would have more of a significant industry and consumer offering.

“The City is proud to be a part of Perth Good Food Month, showcasing the very best Perth City has to offer in restaurants, bars and talent on a national platform,” he said.

This year’s program celebrates Perth newcomers and industry greats, as well as some of the country’s top chefs from interstate.

Mario di Natale of Garum and Stefano Marano of Sydney’s Apollo restaurant will unite for the Greco-Roman Affair, an event featuring a modern take on ancient, classical cuisines.

Anna Polyviou will surprise and delight with her high tea of bespoke sweet and savoury delights on QT’s Rooftop.

Chef Scott Brannigan opens the doors of Bread and Common to the rising stars of Perth’s kitchens for Young Chefs Dinner, a three-course dinner with matching wines but best be quick before tickets sell out.

The Night Noodle Markets will return to Elizabeth Quay once again from April 5 – 14, offering the most exciting Asian hawker food festival.

Enjoy signature dishes from Hoy Pinoy, Shallot Thai, Bangkok Street Food, What the Pho, Bao Wow, Bao Brothers, Twistto and Waffleland.

For more information, visit www.goodfoodmonth.com.