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    Posted by Jennifer Fletcher October 2, 2013 - 249 views - 0 comments - 0 likes

    In what can only be described as a food lover’s heaven, the Taste of Sydney took place over the weekend and the annual social gathering was as popular as ever.

    Held in Centennial Park, the festival has been running since 2004 and celebrates the Sydney food scene. There are over 25,000 visitors attending over the four day event to get their food fix.

    Some of Sydney’s top restaurants such Biota Dining, Three Blue Ducks, The Woods had pop up tents with treats as well as chef demonstrations.

    Each stall has samples of their culinary delights for guests to try, as well as information about their company and lots of great offers. 

    This year, for the first time a Tasmania tent was pitched, and in it there were representatives from Tassie's local wineries, fish shops and restaurants encouraging revellers to visit the beautiful island off Australia's south coast and test out the local produce.

    Last year I pre-booked a cooking class and was taught how to perfect a pork belly salad dish and as well as food stalls, festival goers can sign up for veggie and fruit boxes to be delivered to their door, or make their way for a beverage at the cider and beer tents dotted around.

    Rekorderlig Cider was the official sponsor of this year's festival, and this weekend it launched it's new Passionfruit flavour.

    Tickets cost $40