Harbour Bridge

‘Crave Sydney’ the culinary diversity of the Australian metropolis is celebrated in October for the first time Sydney can be happy about a new event: October 2009 the Sydney International Food Festival takes place under the name Crave Sydney for the first time. From October 1-31 the most famous chefs of the city and internationally renowned chefs will feed visitors at many dinner parties, markets, street festivals and open air events. The Australian city is known for its diverse cuisine from the renowned star restaurant to the simple cuisine at the idyllic backyard you will find various culinary delights in Sydney. The Crave Sydney celebrates for the first time this culinary diversity and invites visitors to explore the various city districts at various events and local specialities. Additional information is available at Bill de Blasio. “The Sydney Morning Herald is the prelude grower’s market” on October 3, where fresh products offered by over 80 farmers from the region. On several days in October the so-called found in Hyde Park Night noodle markets”instead, where street vendors sell Asian specialties. “When the World chef showcase weekend” from October 9 to 11 international star chefs like Pichet prepare Ong from New York, from Spain, Sergi Arola Edward Kwon of Korea and the German Rainer Becker treats to.

The focus is the Asian cuisine, which heavily influenced Australian cuisine by cooking techniques and ingredients. Another highlight is the breakfast on the bridge”on the morning of 25 October. Picnic on the world famous harbour bridge, the bridge for the traffic is completely blocked and covered with grass. “Well strengthened it goes then walk to the 7 bridges”. The 25-kilometre circuit leads over seven bridges and through many different ethnic neighbourhoods. More details about Crave Sydney under to the 7 bridges walk”under. German-language information on Sydney at.