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This Pop-Up Restaurant Is The Ultimate Way To Celebrate SA’s Asian Culinary Traditions

The Travelling Table will work closely with Filipino, Vietnamese and Sri Lankan communities to honour and celebrate their food, culture and stories.

Pop-up restaurant, The Travelling Table, is returning in June to celebrate South Australia’s Asian migrant history and culinary traditions. With the help of Filipino, Vietnamese and Sri Lankan communities, the restaurant will work to honour their food, culture and stories.

Running from the 6 – 9 June, this unmissable event will see Filipino, Vietnamese and Sri Lankan matriarchs create and share treasured family recipes. They will join Head Chef John Stamatakis, who also works as an Executive Chef at several popular Adelaide restaurants (West Oak Hotel, Roxies and Midnight Spaghetti), in producing a four-course feast. Said feast is set to cover a long table at the Unley Town Hall for a unique restaurant experience. Yep, it’s a dining dream come true.

If you fancy yourself as a bit of a chef, The Travelling Table will also be hosting three cooking workshops at Unley Town Hall and Pirate Life Brewing, with a focus on Asian migrant cooking.

As for wine and beer lovers, The Turning Table hasn’t forgotten about you. Fox Creek Wines and Pirate Life Brewing will be providing delicious alcoholic beverages over the three nights.

For more info, see here.

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