Spicers Tamarind to host the first-ever Sunshine Coast Asian Food Festival

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Think of relishing the explosion of flavours of Asian food while enjoying the stunning views of the luscious rainforest. Seems like an exotic experience, right? Get ready to give you tastebud a treat at the first-ever Asian Food Festival in Sunshine Coast!

Spicers Tamarind Retreat, an upscale resort in Sunshine Coast, will host this festival. The home to the renowned Tamarind restaurant and cooking school, it is just 7km from Maleny Botanic Gardens and 3-minute walking distance from Gardners Falls.

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The award-winning chefs of Tamarind will entertain the guests with six dishes and three complementary beverages. There will also be cooking demonstrations that you can enjoy while sitting on a picnic blanket. While you are not eating or watching the cooking, refresh yourself with the live entertainment or explore the wonderful Gardners Falls.

Ryan Dillon, the General Manager of Spicers Tamarind Retreat, thought that the retreat being the venue of the first-ever Sunshine Coast Asian Food Festival makes the most sense. Their chefs are dedicated to creating rich, authentic Asian dishes with house-grown herbs and spices. In fact, the name of the resort has been taken from a highly-prized Asian tropical fruit.

Photo Credit: Visit Sunshine Coast

If you want to discover something other than Sunshine Coast beaches, book a ticket to the Festival. Taking place on Sunday, February 11, 2018, between 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm AEST, it costs $99 per person for the whole afternoon.

Spicers also offers accommodation packages for those who want to stay overnight or a couple of days. The prices will start from $399 per night, including breakfast.

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