It was a beautiful summer's evening.
I knew A Moveable Feast was bound to be the world's Iargest dinnerfound out later that there were over 3500 people from all over Sydney gathered in the world's largest Moveable Feast By Luke Mangan.
The name of the event, A Moveable Feast, was actually taken off from a book written by Ernest Hemmingway. Who doesn't love Hemmingway?
Anyways, my friends and I had the best of times! Everyone came in pastel colours, as it was the dress code. I wore my faves, a faux feathery bolero with a floral patterned lilac jumpsuit.
We, couples, each got a box of yummy food to share with. In each box, contained a gourmet of eight course shared feast. It was inspired by Mangan's 19 restaurants half way round the world. My favourite has got to be with anything seafood in it. I'm still dreaming about the prawns and salmon, served chilled with salad on the side.
The perfect evening on Bondi Beach. I was impressed that Sydney did not rained that night as for the past two weeks, it was pouring every day.
We had a pastel evening leading into the night with great music. The most challenging part has got to be dancing on the sandy dance floor. If you have not done a 2 hour dance session on the sand, I would highly recommend it! Hehe.
Thank you A Moveable Feast for a memorable, fun night!