‘Feast of the Senses’ Coogee Foreshore Festival returns to the pavilion (Sydney)

The Coogee Foreshore Festival returns to Coogee Pavilion on Sunday the 20th of March. The festival is part of the eighth annual March into Merivale, the popular five-week food and drink program bolstered by dozens of Merivale’s restaurants and bars to showcase the work of their group chefs.

Food and drink stalls, live performances by The Aston Martinis, roving entertainment and family games (including face painting and puppet shows) will be held at Coogee Pavilion and on the promenade for this annual event.

Inside the Pavilion dome, choose from Vincenzo Biondini’s famous wood-fired pizzas, freshly shucked oysters, or kingfish wrapped in vine leaves.  Alternatively, head outside and peruse the pop-up stalls from venues including Papi Chulo, El Loco, Mr. Wong and sushi e. A selection of refreshing gelato will be on offer, and as will Veuve Clicquot’s decadent pop-up bar.

The festival will take place from 11 am to 3 pm on Sunday the 20th of March at Coogee Pavilion, 169 Dolphin Street.

Tickets are $25 (three tokens) or $45 (six tokens) and can be purchased here.

THE MENU:

PAVILION KITCHEN
Coogee diner burger – with sleazy cheese and bacon
Kingfish – charred in vine leaves, preserved lemon and garlic
Burrata, apple, honey, thyme and almond crumb
VINNIE’S PIZZA
Queen margherita
Mild salami and ricotta salata
Nduja e friarielli
Vegetariana
RAW BAR
Sydney rock oysters – natural with mignonette
COOGEE GELATO
Fior di latte
Chocolate
Fat Tony
Cookies and Cream
Lemon
Strawberry
PAPI CHULO MENU
Pea Guacamole with tortilla chips
Irvin’s charcoal chicken drumsticks, chilli sauce
EL LOCO MENU
El Loco hotdog
Pit bean taco, cabbage, coriander and onion salad, queso fresco
Tomato, buffalo mozzarella and porcini pizza 
SUSHI E
Soft shell crab roll
Tuna ceviche salad
Japanese fried chicken, ginger and shallot sauce
MR WONG
Steamed lobster and scallop dumpling
Fried Sichuan Wagyu beef dumpling

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