Eat Street Melbourne

Tuesday 29 May 2018

Eat Street takes you on a culinary journey beyond your wildest dreams bringing together over 50 of Melbourne’s best chefs and Australia’s top wine & beverage companies at the Sofitel Melbourne On Collins. 

Sample unique entrée sized signature dishes from our finest local restaurants at your leisure as you enjoy a night of entertainment and fundraising for Variety - the Children's Charity.

Eat Street has been running for 19 years and has raised thousands of dollars for Australian kids in need.

Taxi Your Way to Eat Street Melbourne!

Imagine if, for one night only, you could sample unique entrée sized signature dishes from Melbourne’s finest local restaurants at your leisure, while enjoying wonderful entertainment and fundraising for charity.

The good news is – YOU CAN! Eat Street Melbourne is designed as a food-connoisseur’s paradise with Melbourne’s best restaurants plating their wares in front of the watchful eyes of eager foodies from all across the state.

One such venue that is keen to bring something truly scrumptious to the table is Taxi Kitchen.

Located in Melbourne’s famous Federation Square just upstairs from the iconic Transport bar, Taxi Kitchen’s sleek design and glass walls showcase Melbourne’s skyline with views across the Yarra River and Arts Precinct across to Southbank and Flinders Street Station.

It’s an ideal destination for a pre or post-show meal or drink that is sure to complement your evening.

Taxi Kitchen’s Executive Chef, Tony Twitchett uses only the highest quality and locally sourced produce to deliver Australian cuisine with an Asian twist, and what they believe truly sets them apart is  their diverse Victorian-only wine list.

Tony’s food philosophy stems from his upbringing in rural North West Victoria, where eating seasonal and local has always been the norm. Tony discovered his passion for food by preparing family meals with his three elder brothers – all of whom are chefs - and his Mum who was also an accomplished cook. It was a time when what you ate was what you had grown, harvested or fished.

At the age of 17, he moved to Melbourne to join his chef brothers Paul and Peter at the Royal Arcade restaurant Luciano’s, before starting an apprenticeship at Stokehouse and meeting his culinary inspiration Michael Lambie.

Tony’s travels in Asia have inspired his love of those eponymous flavour profiles. Despite training in traditional European cooking techniques, Tony’s breadth of experience in the different cuisines of the world has led to him continue his signature gastronomic style, embracing Contemporary Australian ideals.

Tony has been at Taxi Kitchen as the Executive chef and has shaped the food offering for twelve years, developing an incredibly passionate and talented team. The Taxi alumni are spread across Melbourne and the world and his signature now spans Transit Rooftop Bar, Taxi Riverside, as well as Taxi Kitchen, shaping the very soul of what they do.

Get your own taste of Tony’s tantalising tasting plate at Eat Street on May 24.