Yay! It’s Good Food Month!

We’re heading into my favourite time of year: Daylight savings is close, my birthday is coming up, and throughout the month of October, Sydney turns it’s collective spirit to enjoying food! Good Food Month is the highlight of my year. Not only do I get to enjoy the Night Noodle Markets in Hyde Park for two weeks, Let’s do Lunch allows me the luxury of dining at places such as Aria and Otto.

This year,  I have booked into Quay for lunch (2009 Gourmet Traveller Restaurant of the Year, and Good Food Guide Restaurant of the Year), and also still trying to figure out where else to go.

I’ll inevitably be hitting the Night Noodle Markets at least three times but I’m also looking forward to the Danks Street Festival, and the Sydney Food and Wine Fair.

Apart from that I’m also hoping to make the Growers Market after last month’s wash out…and who could forget Sugar Hit!

What are you looking forward to during  Good Food Month?

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4 responses to “Yay! It’s Good Food Month!

  1. The Sugar hits are my favourite of the events. I really wish they had Sugar Hits all year round. Will you take photos at Quay?

  2. I’ll definitely be taking photos at Quay. The BF isn’t into fine dining, will also be doing lunch at Aria. Can’t wait! 😛

  3. The food and wine fair is my favourite event, but I don’t think I’ll be able to make it this year because of work ! :/

  4. Ah, that’s such a shame. I’ve never made it to this event, but have seen such mouthwatering pics on http://www.grabyourfork.blogspot.com over the last couple of years that I made sure to schedule it in early this year!

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