Good Food Month presented by Citi returns to Brisbane in July with incredible feature events exclusively curated for Good Food Month. The Night Noodle Markets, everyone’s favourite open-air Asian-hawker markets, will also return to South Bank; sizzling, smoking and searing all your favourite foodie treats. Let’s Do Lunch and Friends of Good Food Month will see the best of Brisbane’s food scene offer up imaginative and ingenious menus that are only available for Good Food Month. The focus is all on food this July in Brisbane, so get ready to enjoy and indulge!
This year’s Good Food Month program yields one-off, unique collaborations across three feature events that food lovers of Brisbane will be very excited about. Head chef of two-hatted Lûmé will be coming to to GOMA for an evening of modern art, both on the walls and on your plate. The perennial favourite, Young Chefs Lunch returns this year, showcasing the next generation of superstar chefs at OTTO. The incredibly beautiful and extremely delicious Donna Chang’s will host an evening with chef, author and television personality, Adam Liaw.
The Night Noodle Markets will return to South Bank from July 24 to August 4 offering Brisbane the most exciting Asian Hawker food festival of the year. This year the sizzling food market under the stars will once again be packed with exciting and oh-so-fresh Asian-influenced flavours. There’ll be returning favourites such as Hoy Pinoy, Gelato Messina, Shallot Thai, Bangkok Street Food, What the Pho, Bao Wow, Bao Brothers, Twistto & Waffleland, as well as some new and exciting stallholders.
The much-loved Let’s Do Lunch presented by Church Road series returns, opening up Brisbane’s amazing lunch offerings at Good Food Guide hatted restaurants, for a specially curated price of $45 including a glass of Church Road, beer or soft drink throughout July. Friends of Good Food Month also returns, which sees a whole host of the city’s favourite restaurants offer unique food events and collaborations – exclusively for Good Food Month!