Rood Food Festival at

The Imperial Erskineville

Rood Food Festival

Come one, come all… and leave your decorum at the door, as Priscillas at The Imperial Erskineville announces the launch of their first Rood Food Festival. Flaunting a line-up of tantalising treats and risqué tricks, guests are encouraged to take advantage of the daring new concept – expected to explode all over Instagram-feeds across Sydney. 10 September – 10 October.

During the month-long celebration, Priscillas will offer an amplified Drag n Dine experience on Mondays and Wednesdays. The show, appropriately titled “Bone Appetite” starring Krystal Kleer and Coco Jumbo, will be paired with a $69 set menu – including three courses from the Rood Food menu, a three act drag performance and bite-sized surprises served through the Oral Outhouse, described as a pop-up glory hole.

Wayne Epple, General Manager at The Imperial 
says “It’s just a little bit of fun – Rood Food is about creating something delicious, visual and suitable for the incredibly diverse and colourful customers we see every day. We’ve played on the growing trends surrounding the suggestive nature of food to offer insta-worthy opportunities in a cheeky way”.

If you’re unable to make it on a Monday or Wednesday night, the six new Rood Food dishes will be harnessed to the current menu all month-long, combined with a range of sip-worthy cocktails.

A few highlights from the Rood Food menu include The Pearl Necklace (oysters, with finger lime caviar granite), Bachelor Balls (zucchini herb balls with yoghurt dressing) Panna Knockers (these don’t really need an explaination) and The Gay Time Gag Ball (a salted caramel ice cream, dulce de leche with almond nuts), each dish designed and displayed to help you reach both visual and oral orgasm.

If you’ve got a fetish for a wetter consistency, the climax-worthy additions to the cocktail menu are for you, such as The Nut Buster (we recommend slow sips to avoid a creamy facial) and The Pelvis Punch (plantation pineapple rum, Malibu, lime, pineapple juice). Perhaps you’d prefer to opt for an orgy approach, with a “Keys in the Bowl” Espresso Martini Jug for those who believe sharing is caring.

As always, Priscillas will continue to highlight their unique Drag n Dine offering every night of the week, encouraging diners to think of their meals as a true performance. Drag n Dine kicks off at 7.00pm nightly, with the Bone Appetite show dedicated to Monday and Wednesday nights.

If there’s a naughty list, this will get you on it… the activities happening during the Rood Food Festival are sure to be the most insta-worthy, NSFW content opportunities in Sydney from the 10 September – 10 October.

The Imperial Erskineville
35 Erskineville Rd, Erskineville NSW 2043, Australia

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