It’s Go Fooding Month: Take your tastebuds to town
Your guide to the best dining experiences this August.
It’s your tastebuds’ lucky day. The Fork’s Go Fooding Month is opening the door to extraordinary dining experiences throughout August!
Eat your way through special three-course menus at a some of and best restaurants for either $49, $79 or $99.
From hatted restaurants and fine dining venues to trendy neighbourhood eateries and even gastro pubs, Go Fooding Month is a chance to experience a taste of some of Sydney and Melbourne’s best restaurants, for great value.
Don’t miss out on the chance to discover exciting new foodie experiences for less this August.
Ready to book a Go Fooding Month offer?
Go Fooding Month is exclusive to TheFork. Simply open TheFork app and click on the Go Fooding Month banner to explore offers near you. Click on the restaurant you’d like to book, select the ‘Go Fooding Month’ menu, then choose a date and time that works for you!
A taste of what’s on offer...
Dine out at hatted restaurants. This Go Fooding Month you can experience some of Sydney’s most awarded restaurants for great value. Enjoy curated menus at hatted restaurants including Seta Sydney, Silvester’s and Monopole in the CBD, Cirrus Dining in Barangaroo, Yellow Sydney in Potts Potts, and Annata Restaurant & Bar in Crows Nest.
Pictured above: Seta Sydney
Experience Modern Australian at its best. Delight in local ingredients and fusion flavours. For a taste of Modern Australian, head to Luke’s Kitchen (the newest restaurant from Head Chef Luke Mangan) and AMBER in the CBD, as well as Manta Restaurant in Woolloomooloo, Butcher and The Farmer in Forest Lodge and Pony Dining at The Rocks.
Pictured above: Luke's Kitchen in Sydney
European fine dining awaits. If you’re sick of seeing your entire friends list vacationing in Europe right now, we’ve got the perfect way to fight the FOMO. For French fine dining, head to Bellevue Cottage by Antoine in Glebe Point, Claire’s Kitchen at Le Salon in Surry Hills or Gavroche Chippendale. Experience premium Spanish tapas at Balcon by Tapavino in the CBD and the best of Italian at Via Alta in Willoughby and Vizio Caffe e Cucina in Woolloomooloo.
Pictured above: Gavroche Chippendale
Feast at Sydney’s best Asian restaurants. If you’re constantly chasing that unami high, we’ve got just the answer. Mekong, Holy Duck! and Viet in Chippendale are all bringing a taste of South East Asia, while new addition Moku in Darlinghurst and the iconic Goros in Surry Hills deliver Japanese cuisine at its best. For a mix of Korean and Oriental cultures, head to the ever popular Diana at Potts Point.
Pictured above: Mekong in Chippendale
On the hunt for the perfect steak? If you appreciate a fine cut of meat cooked to perfection, you won’t want to miss out on the chance to dine at some of the best steakhouses in Sydney like Eastside Bar & Grill in Chippendale, The Meat and Wine Co in Barangaroo, Circular Quay, Parramatta and Bella Vista, as well as R&B Grillhouse in Drummoyne and Gregory Hills.
Pictured above: The Meat & Wine Co Parramatta
Fancy fine dining? Experience some of Melbourne’s top rated restaurants for great value this August. Iconic CBD establishment Taxi Kitchen and hatted Turkish eatery Tulum in Balaclava are both offering curated menus, showcasing their signature dishes. Head to hatted restaurant La Poêle in Windsor for top-tier European, Ish Restaurant in Fitzroy for some exceptional Indian and Jishan Garden for fine dining Japanese.
Pictured above: Taxi Kitchen, Melbourne
Dine at Melbourne’s trendiest eateries. Want to check out what’s hot on the Melbourne food scene? Enjoy curated menus at South Melbourne’s newest luxury bar Adela Vanberg, and Asian fusion restaurant/after-hours cocktail bar The George on Collins in the CBD. Bouvier Bar in Brunswick East and The Victor Wine Room in Albert Park pair gastronomy with fine wine, while Seamstress Restaurant serves up modern Asian cuisine and cocktails.
Pictured above: The Victor Wine Room, Albert Park
Explore the best of international cuisines. Looking to spice up your dining rotation? Head to Lezzet in Elwood for a Turkish feast, Denmark House in the CBD for a taste of authentic Danish cuisine, Nevsky Russian Restaurant in Elsternwick for a taste of Russia and Remvy by the Bay in Williamstown for a traditional Greek experience.
Pictured above: Lezzet, Elwood
A taste of Italy. Melbourne and Italian food go hand in hand, so it’s only fitting we have some of the city’s best Italian restaurants joining Go Fooding Month. Head to Mister Bianco in Kew, La Baia Bar Cucina in Albert Park and Tutto Bene in Southbank for an authentic Italian dining experience. Crinitis in Carlton and Southbank are perfect for a meal out with family and friends.
Pictured above: The Dining Room at Mister Bianco
Pictured above: The Meat & Wine Co, Southbank
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