The 2023 In Good Taste Festival will be sprinkled with a multicultural flavour, celebrating food from around the globe at Hurstville on Friday 10 February.
The six-hour, foodie-enthusiast event will see a boiling pot of 40 food stalls showcasing cuisines from around the world in a multicultural night market on MacMahon Street.
Malaysian, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Lebanese, German, Turkish, and Spanish flavours are just a sample of fares on offer.
Roving cultural entertainment will also enhance the sensory experience of discovering and enjoying different cultures.
A temporary exhibition of community stories will also be featured throughout the event space. The community stories will reflect cultural connections to food, showcasing the various ethnicities that make up the cultural tapestry of the Georges River local government area.
The event is sponsored by the Multiculturalism NSW Stronger Together Grants Program that aims to support multicultural festival and events across NSW to foster community harmony and celebrate cultural diversity.
Mayor Nick Katris, “We are expecting 8000 residents from Georges River and across Sydney to enjoy this vibrant summer-night market.
We have focused on having stalls to represent cultures and communities in Georges River to pay homage to our cultural diversity; It’s a great opportunity to try a new cuisine or dish and share connections with culture and food.