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14.11.2018
The Blue Hour – Acclaimed Chefs with a Culinary Treat

The Blue Hour Sydney
© Goethe-Institut Australia

The Goethe-Institut and the German National Tourist Office will present a truly unique German and Australian dinner in November when acclaimed Australian chef and caterer Darren Taylor teams up with Hamburg chef Helge Hagemann who is known in his homeland for giving traditional German dishes a contemporary twist.

With the dinner to be held in the Goethe-Institut’s beautiful heritage-listed building in Woollahra in Sydney, this is a special event that any serious foodie will not want to miss:
Guests will enjoy a glass of sparkling wine and canapes at arrival, followed by a three-course dinner accompanied by matching wines from Germany and Australia. During the event, Helge and Darren will also provide an entertaining explanation about the inspiration behind each course.

Date: Wednesday 14th November 2018 at 6pm
Address: Goethe-Institut Sydney, 90 Ocean Street, Woollahra NSW 2025


Entry: $125 Regular

The ticket includes an amazing opportunity: One lucky dinner guest will get to experience German cuisine first-hand, with all event ticket holders going into a draw to win a flight to Berlin with Scoot including two nights accommodation at the Best Western Hotel.

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  • Wanderlust Küche - Blue Hour Sydney © Goethe-Institut Australien
    L to R: Helge Hagemann die WerteKöche, Nadja Warner Germany Tourism Argentina/Chile, Darren Taylor Darren Taylor Catering, Sonja Griegoschewski Goethe-Institut Australien – hier: Goethe-Institut Australien.
  • Blue Hour Sydney © Goethe-Institut Australien
  • Blue Hour Sydney © Goethe-Institut Australia
  • Blue Hour Sydney © Goethe-Institut Sydney
  • The Blue Hour Sydney © Goethe-Institut Australia
  • The Blue Hour Sydney © Goethe-Institut Australia

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