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‘Sweet Street’ Dessert Festival is back at Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney

June 21, 2017 Dining No Comments Email Email

Gather your dessert squad and join Anna Polyviou at the massively popular dessert festival, Sweet Street, which is back for the fourth year in a row at Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney, on 14 July 2017.http://join.travelmanagers.com.au/

Sweet devotees can fall down the rabbit hole with the Punk Princess of Pastry and party in a wickedly wild world of colour, sweet treats and funky beats at Sydney’s largest dessert festival.

With the hotel’s Grand Ballroom as the epicentre of festivities, Sweet Street serves up epic desserts by Australia’s most creative and cutting edge creators.

The 2017 line-up includes Anna Polyviou, LuxBite, Knafeh Bakery, Textbook Patisserie, Andy Bowdy with Pie Country, Cow and the Moon, Butter, Thievery, The Scran Line and Zeus Street Greek.

Sweet Street is going to be huge with amazing desserts by all my friends, where food festival fanatics can eat, drink and enjoy the show,” said Executive Pastry Chef Polyviou.

The sugar-laden festival entertains with graffiti artists, magicians, break-dancers, rappers, skaters, a cake-eating competition, prizes and DJ’s spinning tunes, including YO! MAFIA, DJ Nino Brown and DJ Brown Rice.

Sweet Street has partnered with high-profile brands Kenwood, Callebaut and Cacao Barry, Staging Connections, Vittoria Coffee, Gourmand Providore, Unox Australia, G-Shock Australia, Sugar Artists’ Acrylic and Vanrooy Machinery.

Tickets to Sweet Street are AUD 85 per person and include eight tokens to redeem at any stall. VIP tickets are AUD 125 and include early entry, a cocktail on arrival and Polyviou’s hot new Masterchef Australia dessert, Firecracker. For tickets, guests may visit www.36LevelsAbove.com.au. For more information, they may also send an e-mail to dine.slsn@shangri-la.com or call (61 2) 9250 6000.

Executive Pastry Chef Anna Polyviou
Polyviou turned her creative eye to Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney’s sweetest experiences, becoming known for her renowned high tea, decadent dessert station at Café Mix, luscious treats at Lobby Lounge and the Horizon Club, along with inventive in-room dining and banquet menus.

In May 2017, Polyviou was a guest judge on MasterChefAustralia and challenged contestants to create her Firecracker dessert, a cartoon-themed creation with a sparkler in the tail, delivering her signature theatrics.

The award-winning chef has also created a Dessert Degustation series together with renowned sweets creators in the hotel’s pasty kitchen, as well as the annual Christmas Spectacular, which has become a destination on Sydney’s festive calendar.

In 2016, Polyviou took home the coveted “Pastry Chef of the Year” at the prestigious Gault&Millau Awards, hot on the heels of her “Hotel Chef” win at the 2016 HM Awards.

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