The Masters Series – Neil Perry
Date: Wednesday, 10 October 2018
Time: 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Venue: Hyde Park Palms, Hyde Park North (St James Station), Elizabeth St
Join the current editor of Good Food Ardyn Bernoth and former Good Food Guide editor and Festival Director of Good Food Month, Joanna Savill, as they invite legendary master chef Neil Perry to explore all the glorious food that has influenced his cooking over the past 20 years.
Perry’s Rockpool Restaurant Group is the most awarded restaurant group in the country, with 15 Good Food Guide Chefs Hats across seven dining experiences.
He is undoubtedly one of Australia’s leading and most influential chefs, with restaurants in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. His flagship restaurant, Rockpool, is well and truly a Sydney institution, opening in 1989 – and just six months later was voted Sydney’s best new restaurant in the Good Food Guide.
Enjoy an exciting and nostalgic evening with Neil in this not to be missed dinner experience.
Rockpool Dining Group
Neil is a chef, a restaurateur, an author, television presenter and a culinary Ambassador for Australia. His empire spans cuisines, from classic steakhouse to provincial Chinese, while his venues’ dining styles range from fine dining restaurants, to relaxed bistros, to fast diners. Neil has worked with many other of our most iconic chefs such as Damien Pignolet, Gay Bilson, Stephanie Alexander, Steve Manfredi and David Thompson.
With a career spanning 30 years, Neil Perry is a man that has had a profound effect on the quality of dining Australians have come to expect – and to appreciate. He’s raised the bar across everything from the attentive, knowledgeable service we love at restaurants, to the produce and creativity in the dishes chefs create, to the balanced drinks from discerning bartenders, to the condition and sustainability of ingredients from producers.
Neil’s business, the Rockpool Dining Group, is a network that has helped build the economy of hospitality, of relationships, employment, and giving care within the industry. And we’re very happy he decided to give up his hairdressing apprenticeship all those years ago because who knows where the Australian, if not global, dining scene would be without him.
This event is strictly 18+.
Entry will not be permitted to guests under 18 years of age.
Attendees must carry with them valid photo ID as proof of age and will be required to present this upon entry.
Please note that seating at this event will be at share tables and seating allocations will be advised at the event. If you plan on attending this event with friends who are booking tickets separately, please notify us at time of booking and we will do our best to accommodate your request.