Fish & Co and the Sydney International Food Festival

 In Certified Fish, Events, From Fish & Co, Info, Tom Kime

The month of October in Sydney is a crazed culinary extravaganza with the Sydney International Food Festival.  At fish & co we will be holding a series of three special dinners on Wednesday 13th, 20th and 27th October.  The dinners will start at 7.30 pm.  Booking is essential as places are limited.  The dinners will be in the Green and Sustainable listings of the festival pages that will be published in the Sydney Morning Herald,on September 11th. The price of the special sustainable dinners will be $130 per head.  Guests will receive champagne on arrival and then a five-course tasting menu matched with the most sustainable wines on the market.  Tom Kime and the individual wine makers will introduce each course and then be available for questions during the dinner.  Everyone will receive a signed copy, of Tom’s latest book Fish Tales ‘stories and recipes from sustainable fisheries around the world. We look forward to seeing you there for a feast of delicious wild fish from sustainable sources and some cracking wines.

Best wishes from Tom Kime and all at Fish & Co

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  • Bailey Cairns
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