Brisbane Airport BNE Issue 5 - page 26

wining & dining
Sally Lynch grew up on a farm and has spent
her career in catering so she knows good
produce when she sees it and now shares her
knowledge and cooking tips with guests on
Taste Trekkers Tours
of Brisbane’s best
food haunts in Sunnybank, Inala and Fortitude
Valley. Every tour is different but ‘trekkers’
will explore her favourite haunts for anything
from blackened chicken to fresh noodles and
she’ll decode what’s in some of those jars and
bottles in Asian supermarkets. There’s plenty of
snacking along the way and lunch at the end.
Tours mostly on Tuesdays and an occasional
Saturday 10am-1pm. Cost $95 per person.
Details at
Jacqueline Gregory was inspired by the film
and Julia
to indulge her passion for food and
hosts private charter food tours for groups of
up to eight people, visiting some of Brisbane’s
more familiar foodie spots such as
Black Pearl
Wray Organics
, Mistress of
and the less familiar such as
Oz Harvest
new commercial kitchen which cooks up food
for people in need in the community. Gregory
tailors her tour to the group and itineraries
stretch from 10am to 3pm with transport in a
Mercedes minibus. Cost $155 per person with
tastings and discounted shopping along the way.
For details email
If you’re the type who’s eyes skip straight down the menu to dessert then the South Bank
Dessert Walking Tour is for you. Here’s the chance to the meet the makers, taste more
flavours and discover new places to indulge a craving for sweets and pastries like
Chocolate Lounge
). The tour starts at Little Stanley Street on Saturdays from
10.30am and lasts up to three hours taking in at least five different venues and stopping
for plenty of taste tests on the way. It consistently rates five stars from walkers. Advance
bookings essential. Cost $39 per person. Call 1300 39 40 41 or see
Sunnybank chef Tony Ching (
) is a
popular tour guide in the area he calls home and
hosts a three-hour
Sunnybank Food Discovery
of the area’s most popular restaurants and
shops for Asian specialities. Tours run once a
month on Saturdays from 10am to 1.30pm
with yum cha lunch included, or from 3.30pm
to 7pm which includes a progressive dinner
between several restaurants. This is a cultural
as well as a culinary experience. Limited to
10 people per tour. Cost $68 per person also
includes a goodie bag. Call 3345 7500 or see
Discover new foodie
haunts, meet the makers
and sample delicious
treats on these tasty tours
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