Brimbank,
19
November
2015
|
02:23
Australia/Melbourne

Sunshine Pho Fever 2016

Summary

Melbourne’s ultimate Vietnamese progressive dinner ‘Pho Fever’ is returning to Sunshine in 2016 as part of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.

Pho Fever will take you on a journey of sampling fresh, authentic Vietnamese cuisine whilst discovering the history that makes Sunshine one of Australia’s most culturally diverse locations.

Sunshine, located in the gentrifying north west of Melbourne, is renowned for its authentic, fresh and cheap Vietnamese cuisine.

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.


Behind the Scenes with the Chefs
Starting off at Phu Vinh Restaurant in Sunshine, guests will be invited to join head chefs from four Vietnamese restaurants as they go behind the scenes on a journey presenting samples of their dishes influenced by their family, history and place.

Each chef will share the stories that influence their food as they pass around samples of authentic juices, noodle soups, wraps, rolls, sweets, savouries and street food across various Vietnamese provinces.


A Unique Sunshine Experience, and Price!
Pho Fever has been a sell-out at the festival for the last three consecutive years so you need to get in quick to book your place. Tickets go on sale from 27 November 2015 and can be purchased from Melbourne Food and Wine Festival using the keyword ‘Sunshine Pho Fever’.

Sunshine Pho Fever 2016 is being held on Saturday 5 March, Sunday 6 March, Thursday 10 March and Friday 11 March from 6:30pm – 9pm. Tickets are $45 per person.

The event begins at 6.30pm at the Phu Vinh Restaurant, 248 Hampshire Road.

For more information please contact the Sunshine Town Centre Manager on 9249 4355.

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