Brisbane food and wine tour

In recent years, Brisbane’s food scene has come a long way. Gourmet Traveller describes “The Queensland capital’s dining scene [as having] shifted up a gear, it’s popped to the top, and it’s revving its engine anew.” With this evolution, there have been a number of interesting and super scrumptious Brisbane foodie experiences created.

Here is a list of just 4 different foodie experiences to enjoy in Brisbane.

Scrumptious Reads Cookbook Club

This is a book club with a difference. It is a true foodie delight for those who love cooking.

Scrumptious Reads Bookstore runs a monthly cookbook club with Chef Danielle Dixon from nearby Bucci.

These events provide an intimate group of food fans with a scrumptious supper and great culinary chats.

Each event will have a menu of recipes from the book cooked by the talented Danielle.

Their upcoming event for June is Taste of Egypt.

Check out the link above for more details about this great Brisbane foodie experience.

The Golden Pig Food & Wine School

The Golden Pig Food & Wine School focuses on quality ingredients, teaching a variety of cuisines in a fun and funky environment.

They offer hands-on cooking classes led by a professional chef, often Katrina Ryan who worked with Neil Perry.

Choose from a variety of classes covering a variety of cuisines. The classes run for 3.5  to 4 hours, including 1 to 1.5 hours for eating and enjoying your culinary creations. Better yet, they are fully licensed and provide premium beer and wine to accompany the shared meal.

Check out the link above for more details about this great Brisbane foodie experience.

Delectable Taste of Queensland

Brisbane is truly a foodie city on the rise and is evolving into one of Australia’s hot spots for both casual and fine dining. It is no wonder when you consider the amazing variety and quality of local produce surrounding the city.

This food tour has been specially designed to showcase some of the city’s finest produce and the ever-evolving food culture that Brisbane is now being recognised for.

The Delectable Taste of Queensland tour is the perfect introduction to some of Queensland’s most renowned local produce and flavours. Indulge in a four-hour journey of local foodie delights with everything from coffee to cocktails.

To kick start your day, you will be taken through a coffee tasting and learn a little about the process taken to create the perfect roast. You will then enjoy some coffee paired with a local sweet delight.

After coffee comes lunch. And lunch is packed full of local ingredients and quality iconic Queensland produce. Lunch, as with all food and beverages will vary slightly depending on what is seasonally available, as well as to meet your specific tastes and dietary requirements.

To get the afternoon rolling you will then enjoy a tasting of local beers or wines paired with a delicious cheese platter.

Before the day is out, you’ll indulge in a locally created cocktail and learn exactly how to make it so you can include a tasty new drink to your repertoire.

Check out the link above for more details about this great Brisbane foodie experience.

Sunnybank Discovery Tour

Over three hours, tour guide and experienced chef Tony Ching will show you the best places to eat and shop for fresh Asian food. Along the way, he’ll give you loads of hints and tips about choosing the best produce, advice on the key ingredients needed in your favourite dishes and some insight into Asian culture.

In addition, you can book in for a lunch time tour to enjoy Yum Cha at Tony’s famous Landmark restaurant, while their afternoon tour will conclude with a progressive dinner visiting several vibrant restaurants.

Check out the link above for more details about this great Brisbane foodie experience.

These are just a handful of the great food experiences everyone can now enjoy in Brisbane. Its food scene is continuously evolving and there are always lots of exciting things popping up, so make sure you stay tuned as we highlight more of these.

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