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Don't Miss Out: Night Noodle Markets

Don’t Miss Out: Night Noodle Markets

| On 22, Jul 2014

If you have FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) Syndrome- then you must get down to South Bank so  you don’t miss out on this unforgettable night!

If you haven’t already explored the Night Noodle Markets being held at South Bank, then now is your chance of heading over before the markets close.

As the Brisbane Times Good Food Month presented by Citi continues to deliver a stellar line up of food events, Brisbanites are flocking to the Inaugural Night Noodle market which are igniting South Bank’s Cultural Forecourt from Thursday 17 July until Sunday 27 July.

Good Food Month Festival Manager, Natascha Mirosch said “Brisbane Night Noodle Market goers should come with big appetites and be prepared to try something new. We have a fantastic mix of stallholders at the markets which have been handpicked by us so we know they will produce their individual specialities extremely well.”

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The markets feature two dozen Asian-inspired restaurants operating from hawker-style stalls, offering Japanese, Chinese, Thai, Malaysian, Indonesian and Vietnamese cuisines.

Night Noodle Market Vendors include Sichuan Bang Bang, Bird’s Nest, Chitty Bahn Bahn, Fat Noodle, Harajuku Gyoza, Li-Naa, Sakè Restaurant and Bar, Lunch Larder, Mini Pancakes, New Shanghai, Passion Tree, Serendipity Ice Cream and Sorbet, Taro’s Ramen, The Bun Mobile, Let’s Do Yum Cha and Mamak to name a few.

“And if you are not into Gyoza makers, noodles, dumplings, Banh Mi and other typical Asian street food there is also a couple of bars and a lantern garden where people can relax” Ms Mirosch said.

Entertainment such as dancing dragons, competitions, a lantern light garden and themed bars including the Tanqueray Gin Garden Bar will also operate from Thursday 17 July, adding an interactive elements to the markets.

The Markets start at around 4-5pm depending on the day and with free entry, will give hungry diners the opportunity to try a new dish or two or three! Regardless, if you haven’t been to the Night Noodle Markets yet, you are missing out on delicious cuisine, drinks and an experience like no other.

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The Details

Who: The Night Noodle Markets

Where: South Bank Cultural Forecourt

When: July 17- July 27 2014

Opening Hours:

Mon, Tues:         5.00pm-9.00pm

Wed:                     5.00pm-10.00pm

Thurs, Fri:            5.00pm-11.00pm

Sat:                        4.00pm-10.00pm
Sun:                       4.00pm-9.00pm
Photo Credit: dolce-bunnie