Brimbank,
22
January
2015
|
04:34
Australia/Melbourne

Get your tickets for Sunshine Pho Fever 2015

Love Vietnamese cuisine or new food experiences? Then get your tickets now for Sunshine Pho Fever 2015!

Sunshine is renowned for its authentic, fresh and cheap Vietnamese cuisine and Sunshine Pho Fever is an exciting annual event presented as part of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.

This is the third year that Sunshine Business Association (SBA) will host Sunshine Pho Fever as part of the festival.

When and where
This year, Sunshine Pho Fever will be held across three nights from Sunday 1 March to Tuesday 3 March 2015 from 6.30pm to 9pm, as part of the 2015 Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.

Ten Vietnamese restaurants along Hampshire Road, Sunshine will be participating in the event, including newcomers Xuan Banh Cuon, Vu Gia, Thien Nhi, and Codoalong with Queens Rose the Sun, Phu Vinh, 2 Sisters, Thuan Anh, Bo Ba Tea andPho Hien Saigon - making it the biggest Sunshine Pho Fever so far.

The event will be held at Bo Ba Tea, 233 Hampshire Road, Sunshine.

The ultimate Vietnamese progressive dinner
Celebrating 40 years of Vietnamese settlement in Australia and Sunshine, Sunshine Pho Fever is the ultimate Vietnamese progressive dinner. It offers an opportunity to sample authentic juices, soups, sweets, savouries and street food across various Vietnamese provinces, meeting the chefs and hearing the stories behind their food and culture.

A sell out in 2013 and 2014, this year’s event will see guests enjoy contemporary and traditional Vietnamese cuisine including pho (pronounced fuhr), a much loved fragrant noodle soup usually made with chicken or beef, as well as a combination of sweet, savoury and street hawker food and drinks from across various Vietnamese provinces. The event is a uniquely Sunshine experience, and price.

Buy your tickets online
Tickets for Sunshine Pho Fever are currently available and you can purchase online (keyword Sunshine) at a cost of $45 each.

Sunshine Pho Fever is presented by the Sunshine Business Association and supported by Brimbank City Council.