Prepare your senses for Culinary Carnival

A feast for the senses awaits at Culinary Carnival on Saturday, 1 June.

Spencer Street in Fairfield City Centre will be transformed into a buzzing celebration of Fairfield City’s colourful and vibrant diversity with food and entertainment from all around the world.

Joining the crowd-favourite asado barbecue, Spanish paella and Argentinian empanadas will be Greek chicken and beef souvlaki, Portuguese chicken burgers, Italian roasted chestnuts and arancini.

For those with a sweet tooth, pick up an exciting dessert, including sugarcane mocktails and artisan ice pops, tres leches cups, caramel rolls, French pastries, slices, custard tarts and more.

Visitors really wanting to give their tastebuds a workout can sign up for one of the eating competitions, including spicy pickle, falafel and churros.

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For those wanting to add to their own kitchen skills, there will be a special cooking demonstration from fan-favourite 2017 MasterChef contestant Bryan Zhu, presented by Fairfield Forum. The Three Assyrian Sisters will also demonstrate their culinary skills by preparing a traditional Assyrian meal.

For the junior chefs, there will be quesadilla and bruschetta cooking workshops, presented by St Johns Park Bowling Club.

While visitors enjoy the wide selection of international cuisines, snacks and desserts on offer, they can sit back and take in the dance performances, including flamenco, Bolivian, hula and hip hop, or pick up some moves at one of the dance workshops.

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Fairfield City Mayor Frank Carbone said Culinary Carnival will be a street party like no other in Fairfield City.

“I invite everyone to come and experience the flavours, sights and sounds of Culinary Carnival on Saturday 1 June,” Mayor Carbone said.

“For the first time, Culinary Carnival will be a true celebration of our City’s diversity as it evolves into an international food and entertainment event that is not to be missed.

“This is a great street festival that celebrates our diversity, not just our people but also the wonderful food available here in Fairfield City.

“Bring your family, friends, and neighbours, but most importantly of all, bring your appetite.” Culinary Carnival will be held at Spencer Street, Fairfield City Centre, on Saturday, 1 June from 11am-4pm.