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Real Food Projects Newtown Pop-Up

A motley crew of foodies who believe that the best tucker is home-grown have set up shop.
By Sean Robertson
March 03, 2013
By Sean Robertson
March 03, 2013

Sydney does so love a pop-up. There's the HelloFresh Pop-Up on Oxford Street, the decadent Champagne Bar pop-up at Cockle Bay Wharf and Cake Wines' Rocks effort, just to name a few. Adding to the mix are the folks at the Real Food Projects who are popping up on Enmore Street in Newtown.

The Real Food Project is a motley crew of growers, chefs, producers, and foodies who believe that the best food is always home-grown, home-picked, and served in the homeliest of environments. After the success of their first pop-up in Darlinghurst, founder Kate Walsh has teamed up with recycled furniture wiz James Nixon from Re-Creation and vintage kitchenware experts Chris on King to give Newtown their very own seasonal and sustainable pop-up store. Think organic noodles and sauces from Pasta Emilia, locally collected honey from The Urban Beehive or exotically flavoured marshmallows from Sweetness the Patisserie and you'll get a sense of the place.

With the shop also playing host to cooking classes and demonstrations from some of Sydney's hottest young chefs — from restaurants such as Cornersmith and Black Star Pastry — Newtown's newest pop-up looks set to become one of our favourite new stop-offs for filling up our trolleys.

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