Monday, 6 January 2020

4 food festivals to look forward to in 2020

Travelling to eat is a must, and with food festivals, you can cover a lot of eating in one day. These are the festivals in 2020 worth travelling for.

2020 food fest Melbourne food and wine festival
Colourful dishes like this one abound at the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival

1. Melbourne Food & Wine Festival (19 to 29 March)

Down under, the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival is a multi-event experience that has everyone anticipating one-off collaborations from renowned global chefs and, most of all, the World’s Longest Lunch, where hundreds of guests will be able to dine along a single table.

2. Masters of Taste (5 April)

For one day only, foodies in Los Angeles flock to the Rose Bowl Stadium for bites and cocktails from the top culinary, beverage and sweet masters in the area. Plus, it’s all for a good cause: 100 per cent of the proceeds benefit local homeless service Union Station.  

2020 food fest Ubud food festival
Food samples at Ubud Food Festival

3. Ubud Food Festival (17 to 19 April)

In Southeast Asia, not only will the Ubud Food Festival zoom in on Indonesian cuisine, there will also be live demos by award-winning chefs, masterclasses on topics such as food photography and blending herbal teas and tours of vibrant local markets.

2020 food fest Taste of paris
Visitors can find artisan goods here such as caviar, smoked salmon, cured meats, olive oil, wines and more. Photo credit: Vincent Nageotte

4. Taste of Paris (14 to 17 May)

The historic Grand Palais in Paris plays host to every gourmand’s dream: pop-up restaurants from acclaimed chefs and rising talents, hands-on cooking lessons and even a VIP lounge with a champagne bar.

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This article was originally published in the January 2020 issue of SilverKris magazine

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