Night to sam­ple best food along Bayview

Western Suburbs Weekly - - News -

STREET food and s’mores will be among the snacks avail­able at A Night on Bayview next month.

Clare­mont cafes and res­tau­rants will set up an out­door restau­rant for the free com­mu­nity event on Novem­ber 7.

The Town of Clare­mont carpark will house seven food stall­hold­ers, in­clud­ing Asado, Typika, The Lane Café and Brook­lyn.

Asado sous chef James Wong said the chori­pan hotdog with chimichurri was a real con­ve­nience food.

“It’s Ar­gen­tinian street food and on the night there will be some­thing dif­fer­ent for ev­ery­one,” Mr Wong said.

Typika floor man­ager Justin Cameron said he would serve char siu pork buns, which had been re­ally pop­u­lar. “We picked th­ese be­cause they are the pret­ti­est and they’re also pretty easy to eat,” Mr Cameron said.

The Lane Café owner Ti­ago De Souza said his café would serve a va­ri­ety of baked sweet goods on the night.

“We’ve got ap­ple and yo­ghurt muffins, rasp­berry friands, panna cotta and car­rot cakes – and we’ve got gluten free,”he said.

Syd­ney 2000 Olympics clos­ing cer­e­mony singer Chris­tine Anu is set to per­form at a con­cert at 7pm.

Clare­mont Mayor Jock Barker said it was one of the most an­tic­i­pated events or­gan­ised by the Town.

He said it was a chance to in­dulge in some of the best food on of­fer in Bay View Ter­race.

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