|Entertainers at King Street Wharf Festival, 19-25 July 2013, Sydney|
|Steersons Steakhouse stall|
|Hot Potato band on the wharf|
|Hot Potato band jam|
|Sauces and pastes on sale at The Malaya stall|
I couldn't resist the spiced aromas around The Malaya's stall where they were also selling their own brand sauces, pastes and curry powder.
|Chilli coconut prawns from The Malaya|
There was some fair kick in the full-flavoured and vibrant chilli and coconut sauce, tempered by the sticks of pickled cucumber and carrot which were also doused in the sauce.
|Wharf Teppanyaki and Kobe Jones stalls|
|Pepper salmon from Wharf Teppanyaki|
|La Cita stall|
|Quesadilla from La Cita|
The cheese filled tortilla came topped with a simple dice of tomato and Spanish onion, a splodge of avocado and so much sour cream I felt like I should have taken it home for other purposes.
|King Street Wharf restaurants|
|Casa di Nico stall|
If you’ve missed the outdoor festival component, don’t fret as the festival extends into special dining offers at the restaurants along King Street Wharf.
Deals include mussels and a drink at Bungalow 8 for $30; nine mezze items at Georges for $24; degustations at Kobe Jones or Wharf Teppanyaki for $75pp; and wine tasting and salsa during the festival at La Cita.
See the full program here. Participating restaurants include Bungalow 8, Cargo Bar and Lounge, Casa di Nico, Georges, The Hudson, I Thai, Kobe Jones, La Cita, The Loft, The Malaya, Nick’s, Steersons, Vessel and Wharf Teppanyaki.
Food, booze and shoes received food vouchers for King Street Wharf Festival with thanks to The PR Partnership.