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It’s time to start ex­er­cis­ing your taste­buds in prepa­ra­tion for the great­est restau­rant line up Taste of Mel­bourne in part­ner­ship with Elec­trolux has ever seen.

For the first time, highly ac­claimed chef An­drew McCon­nell show­cases his fab­u­lous Supernormal (2015 Restau­rant of the Year) at Taste along­side his ul­tra-mod­ern French brasserie, Lux­em­bourg; bring­ing a tempt­ing mix of flavour and tex­tu­ral com­plex­ity to Taste.

Vic­to­ria’s pic­turesque Grampians will be rep­re­sented when The Royal Mail Ho­tel and chef Robin Wick­ens come to town sam­pling de­li­ciously aro­matic and re­gional food from that boun­ti­ful area of Vic­to­ria. Back in the city and join­ing the new restau­rant throng is Pas­tuso, where Peru­vian na­tive Ale­jan­dro Sar­avia of­fers tastes from moun­tain, sea and jun­gle; Ar­gen­tine San Telmo will have you danc­ing the Tango, thanks to their glo­ri­ous grill of­fer­ings, and then there is Pei Mod­ern Mark Best’s mod­ern, hip and very de­sir­able eatery.

How could Taste of Mel­bourne ex­ist with­out the other masters? 2015 will see the re­turn of Frank Camorra’s in­sti­tu­tion, the sublime and au­then­ti­cally es­pañol - MoVida, and while we’re speak­ing Span­ish, the equally au­then­tic and spicy Mex­i­can ta­que­ria Ma­m­a­sita. St Kilda’s estab­lish­ment din­ing des­ti­na­tion Circa, The Prince is back af­ter many years with its take on con­tem­po­rary Aus­tralian cui­sine - and don’t for­get MasterChef judge, and foodie celebrity, Ge­orge Calom­baris and his Gre­cian creation, Gazi.

TASTE OF MEL­BOURNE 2015 Thurs­day Novem­ber 12 – Sun­day Novem­ber 15 Pel­i­can Lawn, Al­bert Park Lake Tick­ets start from $25.00 from Tick­etek, on sale Monday 24th Au­gust Audi Plat­inum Lounge pre­sented by Riedel tick­ets from $135

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