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Restaurant 2010 and Sydney International Food Fest to coincide


Restaurant 2010, the exhibition for ‘hatted’ and prestigious restaurants, will now be held in October to coincide with the Sydney International Food Festival.

Now in its fourth year, Restaurant 2010 champions increased professionalism amongst the top restaurants in the country. The event will move from August to be held from 25-26 October at the Royal Hall of Industries in Sydney.


Now in its 4th year, Restaurant 2010
will now coincide with the
Sydney International Food Festival

“We’re delighted to welcome Restaurant into the Sydney International Food Festival month of October. The restaurant industry is a key player in our month-long program and a key industry event such as Restaurant can only enhance the buzz around the Festival and Sydney’s reputation as a world-class food city,” said Sydney International Food Festival director Joanna Savill.

“Restaurant 2010 focuses on fine dining and premier food experiences. It makes sense for us to host the event during the Sydney International Food Festival, a world-class celebration of food and wine,” says Simon Wheller, Restaurant 2010’s exhibition mananger.

“Restaurant’s timing will offer the fine dining sector the opportunity to draw from a world class line up of food and wine events scheduled for the Festival.”

At Restaurant 2010 the best of the industry, including top local and international chefs, restaurateurs and sommeliers, share their skills and knowledge with industry colleagues.

Leading food service professionals guide development of the event to ensure it is ‘by the restaurant sector; for the restaurant sector.’ Chaired by author and TV presenter Lyndey Milan, the Restaurant 2010 Advisory Panel includes Justin North of Becasse, John Susman of Fishheads, Darren Jahn of Robert Oatley Vineyards and Antony Puharich of Vic’s Meats.

The Restaurant 2010 Sydney show will feature a wide range of food, drink and equipment suppliers as well as business related seminars and chef demonstrations. This year sees a particular focus on sustainability.

More than 120 of the best industry suppliers will exhibit to allow food service professionals to sample and source the latest and best produce, wine and equipment.

Organised by Diversified Exhibitions, Restaurant 2010 is strictly a trade event, limited to food service professionals and trade involved in the running of a restaurant, bar or café business.

Attendance is free for those who pre-register by clicking here.

 

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