Explore this city by night and discover some of the best food destinations in Melbourne, all hosted by an expert food guide.
Begin your journey with a visit to Supernormal to enjoy a glass of wine with chicken and prawn dumplings, plus the delicious twice cooked duck.
This is followed by a visit to Boilermaker House for one of their signature cocktails which will be matched with some delicious snacks.
Then it is time to explore Chinatown and learn a little about the history, people and food culture of this unique precinct.
Finally, you make your way to Annam restaurant to indulge in chef Jerry Mai’s amazing four course Vietnamese food.
Start with hiramasa kingfish sashimi, braised ox tail dumplings and cuttlefish with prickly ash.
The multi course feast continues with chiang mai pork sausages, plus smoked mackerel with coconut relish.
The main course is coconut roasted Milawa chicken accompanied by fried rice and morning glory.
Finally, finish this fabulous meal with waffle coated fried ice cream and salted caramel.
Includes two glasses of wine per person.
This is an unmissable combination of food tour and restaurant dining. Perfect for corporate entertainment and social get togethers.
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Private bookings only - minimum eight persons. Larger groups on request. Events in the Melbourne Food Experiences program are perfect for fun, social occasions with family, friends and corporate teams.
Melbourne Food Experiences is your entry point to a huge array of cooking classes, corporate team-building activities, food tours, staff events, functions and restaurant private dining. All are run in partnership with top local chefs, chocolatiers, bakers, wine experts, restaurants, bars and cooking schools to offer an amazing range of food and wine experiences.
Allan Campion, the founder of Melbourne Food Experiences, draws on the extensive connections he has made to offer a complete events service to ensure a seamless experience.
Allan Campion’s Melbourne Food Experiences is the fast track to gaining an understanding of what’s going on in the restaurant, specialist food shop and café scene. A veteran of the city’s food scene, this former chef and author has found his niche sharing what he knows about Melbourne’s soft spot for eating and drinking. Which is a lot. He gets a kick out of guiding the hungry tourist into places most Melbournians don’t know exist.
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