I’m sure this is the millionth blog post about Taste of Sydney, but don’t worry, I’ll keep it short and sweet :) This is mainly a photo post, with the exception of when I simply have to rave on about how good something tastes. But we’ll get to that later.
The currency of Taste of Sydney is Crowns, where 1 Crown = $1.
If you’re wondering where the beef is, it’s inside the ‘spring roll’ type thing. The pastry was super crunchy and the wagyu beef was nice and tender.
This was my favourite dish of the evening, the pie crust was buttery and oh so flaky, and the beef was amazingly soft and fall-apart tender. The onions were sweet and the whole thing was just bursting with flavour. This is my kind of pie!
This was cooked in the most gigantic paella pan I’ve ever seen! It had lots of seafood in it as well which was nice to see.
This photo simply doesn’t do the dish any justice. The hunk of meat was juicy and tender and hidden away at the bottom of the bowl was the silkiest, smoothest mash ever. And all the delicious sauce was being absorbed into the mash making it even more tasty.
What is Taste of Sydney without sampling this jiggly little dude? Our boobie panna cotta was a droopy one but nevertheless tasty with the panna cotta being creamy and smooth and the little pops of tart pomegranate being a lovely surprise against the sweetness of the panna cotta. Not to mention it provided amusement for quite some time – if you don’t know what I mean, then check this out.
Penguin says Feed Me attended Taste of Sydney courtesy of The Heart of Food and Planet Cake. All food and beverage was paid for by Penguin says Feed Me.