Parklands Food Fest is returning to western Sydney with a lineup of some of the city’s best chefs and food trucks. The festival, which is now in its eighth year, will feature celebrated pastry chef Anna Polyviou and Spanish TV chef Miguel Maestre.
As well as the high-profile culinary maestros, who’ll be leading a lineup of cooking demos, there’ll be over 50 food stalls, serving up everything from smoked meats to soft serve-filled doughnuts and bread bowls filled with pasta. Or, you can grab something to take home with you at the fresh produce markets — complete with an Urban Farms stall where you can taste fresh-grown produce on the spot.
Throw in makers’ workshops to teach you a new skill or two, plenty of craft beer and cocktails to wet your whistle and live music as the soundtrack, and you won’t be hungry, thirsty or bored. As an added bonus, it’s also a dog-friendly affair.
Just mark Saturday, September 7 in your diary, and head on down to Abbotsbury’s Lizard Log amphitheatre.
Parklands runs from 10am–4pm.