Grubs Guide to December 2017

Tis the season for shopping, eating a celebrating. In this month’s Grub’s Guide we’ve combined the lot with a range of Sydney Christmas Markets, Japanese cultural festival’s and marathon Seafood sales, see what’s happening this month.

Japan Matsuri: 9th of December

The Japanese are renowned for their entrenched cultural ways, and of course their food. To celebrate both the Matsuri Japan Festival is happening in Sydney, bringing together the best in Japanese culture and food. There will plenty of Japanese booze, sushi and more at the festival. For a full list and more information click:

Sydney Vegan Market: 17th of December

Continuing on from their success, the Sydney Vegan Market is on again this month with a range of products and produce, the mantra is simple, to support vegans. You can expect vegan burgers, cheese, chocolate, coffee and more. For more details click the link below:

Carriageworks Christmas Markets 23 Dec

It’s the season for shopping, and due to that there isn’t much eating to be done out of the house. Lucky for you there is a plethora of Christmas markets to stock up on local seasonal and specialty products for your upcoming Christmas feasts. Carriageworks have the goods with a Christmas market including plum puddings, hams, fresh cherries, cheeses and more. To go and see it all:

The Grounds of Alexandria Christmas Markets 18-20 Dec & 21-24 Dec

Another Christmas Market done by Sydney Favourites the Grounds of Alexandria. There will be a range of unique wares to Perouse and buy for loved ones. Being the Ground you know there’ll be a stack of festive foods as well as the ability to pre-order your favourite Christmas dishes.  They’ll also have classes there to help make Christmas day extra special.

36 Hour Seafood Marathon: 23-24th of December

To get those necessary prawns for your classic Aussie Christmas feast, the Sydney Fish Market is opening from 5am on Saturday morning, to 5pm Sunday evening in 36 hours of mayhem. There are expected to be over 100,000 people turn up with literally tonnes of fresh produce walking out the doors. Make sure you take public transport to this one.