The festival’s theme is Halloween themed food and the theme of the main attraction will be a brand new restaurant.
“The theme of Europhilia is not the same as what is on the menus,” said Europhorgie co-owner, Michael Tullow.
The festival is also opening a new location in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, which will be called Europhoric Cafe, and will have more food, drinks and interactive games. “
We are creating a new food experience in this festival.”
The festival is also opening a new location in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, which will be called Europhoric Cafe, and will have more food, drinks and interactive games.
“It’s a really unique space and we’re really excited about it,” Mr TullOW said.
“I think that people will get a real sense of how different this space will be to what is currently available in the CBD.”
A new venue for Europhonia will be unveiled in Melbourne’s Chinatown, which is due to open in 2019.
The venue will feature an interactive restaurant, cafe and bar.
It will be operated by the International Food Institute and the restaurant will be owned by a Chinese company, which hopes to attract more Chinese guests to Melbourne.
It is hoped that the venue will open the doors to Chinese restaurants across Melbourne.
The theme of Europe’s most important food festival is going to be a new restaurant in Melbourne.
“People are going to want to go back to Europe and Europe is very special to them,” Mr Jost said.