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Bankstown Bites Bankstown Bites food festival is back! Get a taste of delicious food, experience tantalising tasting tours and watch cooking demonstrations with our celebrity chefs! Yes Bankstown Bites Food Festival Bankstown Bites Food Festival 29/07/2023 10:00 AM 29/07/2023 5:00 PM Olympic Parade, Bankstown (between Dale Parade and Marion Street) What's On; Cultural Services
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Bankstown Bites food festival is a celebration of delicious food, tantalising tasting tours and cooking demonstrations with celebrity chefs!

Adrian Richardson, presenter of Good Chef, Bad Chef, and Alvin Quah, from MasterChef 2022, cooked up a storm on the main stage teaching festivalgoers how to make ricotta gnocchi, duck san choy bao, handmade seafood fettuccini, prosperity salad and nasi goreng with XO sauce!

The event is a fun filled family friendly day with a range of activities for all to enjoy!

 

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City of Canterbury Bankstown is committed to running COVIDSafe events and conditions of entry are in line with NSW Government requirements.

Please remember:

• If you’re feeling unwell, please stay home;
• Practice physical distancing at all times where practical;
• Wear your mask when indoors or where physical distancing is not possible;
• Sanitise your hands; and
• Be safe and be kind.

To stay up-to-date on Council’s response, visit ​cb.city/coronavirus