Tasting Australia Daily Diary – Monday 1 May
On tour with Tasting Australia
A guided tour through the world-renowned Adelaide Botanic Garden today will show off
seasonal produce anyone can grow as part of Tasting Australia.
The sold-out Feasting in the Garden event is being held today, Wednesday and Friday
explores the wonders of vegetables and how they are grown, along with the history and
health behind them all.
There will also be plenty of action in the Barossa, renowned for its exceptional wine,
sumptuous food and cultural experiences set among the backdrop of vines and fields.
From Seppeltsfield to sunset, the A Few of My Favourite Things tour led by FINO’s Sharon
Romeo takes you on a journey through this beautiful region. Having won a multitude of
awards from best new restaurant to top maitre’d, Sharon will take you through FINO to
sample some of the best red wines from the Barossa and discover the history of the heritage
A lunch stop at Hutton Vale explores the trans-generational property where Sharon shares
her passion with local producers. Not only does the Barossa produce some of the world’s
finest wines, its food is exceptionally good.
Back in the city, Adelaide’s Rundle Mall features the free Tasting Australia Urban Pantry and
Cellar Door. Open from April 29 until May 7, this is the place to grab samples and products
from leading South Australian producers as well as Tasting Australia merchandise.
The Tasting Australia Glasshouse Kitchen is this year welcoming chefs including Marco Pierre
White, Ana Ros, Paul Carmichael and Clayton Wells.
Tonight Sydney’s seafood king Josh Niland celebrates flavours of the ocean alongside
Analiese Gregory (Bar Brosé) and Karena Armstrong (The Salopian Inn). Their fresh and
modern approach to food is sure to complement Niland’s expertise.
Located in the heart of Tasting Australia, Glasshouse Kitchen will be easy to spot in the Town
Square of Victoria Square/Tarndanyangga.
“We’re thrilled to feature some of Australia’s best chefs in the intimate Glasshouse Kitchen
and we know their meals will be truly special,” Tasting Australia creative director Simon
Today Charred features:
Food from Coal Cellar + Grill, Ragini Dey, MBC Foods, Pizzateca and Little Adelaide Catering