Town Square Kitchen (Victoria Square) Map
Fri 6 May
From $350.00


Many chefs taste success. Few change the game. Cheong Liew OAM is one such trailblazer – among the first to introduce Australian diners to the power of fusion cuisine and expand our culinary horizons.
Liew’s first foray into a professional kitchen was an impromptu shift at in The Iliad, an Adelaide Greek restaurant with capacity for 400. It sparked a fascination with food – one that led Liew on to purchase fellow local eatery Neddy’s in 1975. Twenty years later came the opportunity to open The Grange at the Hilton Adelaide, and it was here his creativity reached its full potential. Named among the 10 hottest chefs alive by the US-based Food & Wine magazine, this humble hero lets his dishes do the talking. Now – exclusively for Tasting Australia – he will be back at the pass for a four-course meal also set to feature Louis Tikaram, Amy Hamilton and Adam Liston.
The Brisbane-based Tikaram returned to Australia after a celebrated stint at Los Angeles hotspot E.P. and L.P. His dishes – influenced by Fijian, Indian, Chinese, Irish and Scottish family heritage – have also featured in restaurants including Longrain, Bentley and Tetsuya’s.
Hamilton is the owner of Liberté, an award-winning restaurant and bar in the West Australian city of Albany. The venue dates back to 1852 and has been transformed into one of the nation’s hottest places to dine, with a Vietnamese-inspired menu that ranges from dumplings to profiteroles.
South Australia’s Liston is the chef and part-owner of four Adelaide ventures: Shobosho, Sho, ShoSho and Shomen Ramen. Japanese cuisine remains his muse, with smoke, steam and fire used to impart dazzling flavour.
This Town Square Kitchen experience also features paired beverages and promises to be one of the year’s most exciting collaborations.

Our menus utilise regional produce at the height of its season and take months of careful planning. Many of the dishes featured will not be adaptable for particular dietary requirements. Read more information here. This event can cater to vegetarian and coeliac dietary requirements, although the menu may not be designed or executed by the visiting chefs. For any other requirements please contact the event organiser prior to purchasing.
Please note: Proof of full COVID-19 vaccination is required to attend this event.

Our event capacities are based on current approved capacities. As such, more tickets may become available for sold out events as restrictions change or additional sessions are added. Should tickets to this event be sold out, you can join the waitlist here to be notified if more tickets are released.

Find times & tickets

1. Select a venue
2. Select a date
3. Select a session
TICKETS FROM $350.00 *
Get tickets
You will be taken to the ticketing site
Tasting Australia
* Price, timing and ticket availability are subject to change. Additional fees may apply.
Please visit the event venue website for more information on current COVID-19 restrictions and advice
Subscribe to Cityguide e-news: Stay in the loop with regular emails
Sign up

Download the
Cityguide app

Now available on mobile & tablet