Campsie Street Festival will be ‘foodie’s delight’

FOR one weekend only, the heart of Campsie will be transformed into a buzzing street festival celebrating this diverse suburb’s dynamic Chinese-Malaysian food and culture.

The Campsie Street Festival promises to be a “foodie’s delight,” with Beamish Street coming to life this weekend (May 21 and 22), with a spectacular offering of delicious food – including two mouth-watering food stalls run by Albee’s Kitchen; known for dishing up some of the most famous Malaysian food in Sydney.
Visitors can expect specialty rice and noodle dishes, tapioca and sesame inspired desserts, and refreshing drinks to delight the tastebuds.
The event will support many of Campsie’s cherished local restaurants with al fresco dining along Beamish Street and Anzac Mall, which will be lined with beanbags, deck chairs and café-style seating.
Beamish Street will be also feature astroturf and gamescapes, with children’s entertainers and roaming performance artists, while Anzac Mall will be a hub of entertainment for festival-goers, with a main stage hosting performances, including live jazz from Zodiac and beats from local DJs Alice Tauv and DJ Nam, along with an inclusive comedy show led by Tight 5 Comedy.
The street festival runs from 11am-8pm on both days.