Duration: 3 hours
Per 10 students
Less than 10 students
This food trail will take you on a culinary excursion exploring the food brought to Australia from Greece, Vietnam and Lebanon.
You will start your day with Greek souvlaki before you visit the best spice emporium in Sydney . Then tuck in to tasty Lebanese Pizzas washed down with Vietnamese fruit shakes. and enjoyed a delicious Vietnamese lunch. Along the way you will visit an Asian supermarket and a Greek Deli and smokehouse. You will end your tour with a selection of indulgent baklava. Its a feast of stories punctuated by tasty treats.
This is far from your typical school tour! Each group will be small, always less than 20. Our local guides share their stories, while you experience new cuisine, and learn about how migration has improved our food.
PS For the foodie teachers, each place we have chosen for this tour offers high quality food, including some unique offers. You may even find places you will have to come back to (but shhh we wont tell the school we chose the best for the teachers).
2017 Year 8, MLC School - extract from email written by student on behalf of the group.
The food we sampled on the tour was some of the best ever tasted! We know that it was at the top of everyone’s lists for favourite activity! The ladies who did the tours were so lovely and welcoming and their stories were so interesting. They treated us as if we were friends not clients. So Yummy!!
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