Kensington Street is celebrating SMH Good Food Month on Tuesday 25 October in homage to the Seven Deadly Sins. Bar Chinois ($69), Mekong ($69), Lower Mekong ($48), Bistrot Gavroche ($75), Spice Alley @ Spice House ($38), KYO-TO ($48), and KOI Dessert Bar ($70) will be transformed into hives of indulgence, complete with decadent table settings, an abundance of seasonal flowers and live musicians, dancers and dramatic artists, who will be moving through each restaurant throughout the night.
Our talented chefs are each designing a menu specifically for the event, with every component inspired by one of the Seven Deadly Sins.
Attendees are encouraged escape from the drudgery practical office-wear and to be inspired by the Seven Deadly Sins with their choice of clothing. Be proud with a touch of violet, inspire envy in green, wrath in orange, or lust in red. Showcase your inner sloth in blue, your inner glutton in pink, or be greedy for the night and wear your favourite gold pieces. For one night only, too much is never enough.
The feast for the senses continues in the Old Rum Store, with an exhibition co-curated by esteemed art collector, Pat Corrigan and Kensington Contemporary Gallery.
30 of Australia’s most renowned and exciting artists have created work to explore the complex connotations of the Seven Deadly Sins, as they relate to food through the medium of painting. A percentage of the proceeds of the exhibition will be donated to OzHarvest.
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