Perth foodies will be licking their collective lips with the news that the newest fresh food market to hit our city is set to be the very best yet!
This Thursday, August 9, Belmont Forum officially launches what they're calling the milestone in their $65M development, a "Fresh Food Precinct" that promises EVERYTHING for the discerning food lover amongst us.
That's everyone, right?
A spokesperson for the Belmont Forum management team, Graeme Glass, reckons this is a massive deal for those of us who love a bit of gastronomic delight.
“Our new Fresh Food Precinct includes 11 food specialists nestled between major food retailers including a brand-new Coles, plus Woolworths and ALDI. It is a genuine one-stop culinary shopping destination for home cooks, epicureans and local shoppers where they will be able to find all the ingredients needed to create any recipe"
- Graeme Glass, Senior Asset Manager
What's more, the Fresh Food Precinct offers casual seating areas, a landscaped garden entry and outdoor nature play space for kids.
To celebrate the launch, Belmont Forum is hosting a "Fresh Fest", which launches on Thursday with nutritionist, author, Podcast host and co-host of Australia’s Good Chef Bad Chef, Rosie Mansfield, appearing for book signings and live cooking demonstrations at 12.30pm & 5.30pm.
The festival of fresh goes on all weekend, with plans for a Coles takeover of the kitchen, live cooking demonstrations with Thermomix Queen, ‘Cooking with Tenina’, pop-up community markets and wellness talks and food tours all in play.
Shoppers will also have the chance to win a trip for two to Singapore.
It sounds like it's all happening down at Belmont.
Written by: @dantheinternut