Fairfield’s delicious international cuisines and passion for food will be celebrated at Food & Fusion 3.0 on Saturday, October 28 at Fairfield City Museum & Gallery.
The cross-cultural feast will feature food and win from across the world as part of Good Food Month.
Fairfield mayor Frank Carbone said Fairfield has become the “envy of other local government areas” when it comes to food.
“Our city’s diversity and history of migration has meant the food scene has thrived in Fairfield City,” he said.
“Food is an instrumental part of the human experience. It provides an opportunity for people to come together, to share, to celebrate.
“Food & Fusion 3.0 allows members of the community to come together as we showcase delicious international cuisines.”
The event will start with a guided tour of the Vintage Village, where guests can enjoy a tea in a billy and freshly baked damper with locally produced honey.
This will be followed by a feast which will include Lao and Thai entrées, fresh pasta and gelato dessert.
Mayor Carbone said Fairfield boasts a range of affordable and authentic dining choices, giving visitors a chance to taste the many flavours of the world.
“Experience the authentic tastes of the Middle East and South America in Fairfield City Centre or modern Italian dining in Wetherill Park,” he said.
“In #Postcode2166 you’ll discover authentic South East Asian cuisine. Cabramatta, Canley Vale and Canley Heights are home to more than 100 cafes and restaurants specialising in dishes from countries across South East Asia, including Vietnam, Thailand, Korea, Laos, Cambodia and China.”
- Details: Food & Fusion 3.0, Saturday, October 28, 10.30am-4pm, Fairfield City Museum & Gallery. Cost: $35 per person. Bookings: firstname.lastname@example.org or 9725 0190.