Nom Nom Festival returns to Leederville for second year with even more food, wine and music

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Food on offer at this year’s Nom Nom Festival. Credit: SHOTBYTHOM

Nom Nom Festival returns to Leederville for second year with even more food, wine and music
Claire SadlerPerthNow – Central July 5, 2024 2:00AM

Topics: Local NewsPerthNow – Western Suburbs

After a sell out inaugural year, the NOM NOM festival is back bringing even more food, wine and music to Leederville for six weeks during winter. The NOM NOM: Food, Wine and Music Festival kicks off on July 8 and will run until August 18, showcasing locally grown produce in collaboration with some of the State’s most celebrated chefs. The much-loved festival has now grown in size with over 35 separate events and activations at 13 different venues throughout Leederville.

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Leederville Precinct manager Carl Leembruggen, who conceived the idea alongside chef Chris Bottega and beverage manager Tony Roche, said this would give locals a reason to come out in winter. “Perth is definitely a summer city in many ways — people tend to hibernate a bit in winter. We think this festival offers a great opportunity for locals to get out and about, and avoid that winter holiday FOMO (fear of missing out),” he said. “We want to encourage everyone to come to Leederville and discover some of our hidden gems, revisit old favourites, and have a good time with friends this winter. “This year, it’s all about showing off the vibrant food and wine scene here in Leederville, putting on something especially for the locals, and hopefully attract some visitors from the broader Perth community.”

Camera IconFood on offer at this year’s Nom Nom Festival. Credit: SHOTBYTHOM

The event will begin with a Pisco masterclass and Peruvian food journey at Lima Cantina, Servo’s four-course set menu inspired by the Noongar calendar and Singapore hawker’s nights at Naber. Wine and booze lovers will also be able to get in on the fun with a Leeuwin Estate Art Series banquet at Evergreens, Terre Tartufo with Vasse Felix, a hands-on gin making experience, Blended By You, with the Republic of Fremantle, and Tour De France — a four-stop four-course tour throughout Leederville.

Other festival highlights include the nudie night sketch and sip, nanna bingo, Catherine Summers: Christmas in July, and dine, drink, dance with Ritmo Caliente. Tickets to Nom Nom are now on sale with all ticketed events expected to sell out.

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