Brisbane’s first Good Food Month brings the delight of night noodle markets for all Asian-food aficionados.
Love noodles and other assorted Asian cuisine? Good Food Month is delivering on your desires with the arrival of Brisbane’s first Night Noodle Markets.
Hugely successful in both Sydney and Melbourne – where last year’s event drew crowds of 20,000 each night, double the expected turnout – the markets are already generating a lot of hype among Brisbane foodies.
Some of the best Asian eateries in town will be serving up everything from charcoal-grilled yakitori sticks to gyoza. Fans of Vietnamese pho and ramen will not be disapppointed either.
The South Bank Cultural Forecourt will be transformed for three weeks with nightly entertainment and street-style food from over twenty stallholders including Fat Noodle, Harajuku Gyoza, Sake Restaurant and New Shanghai.
The markets are open nightly from July 17 to July 27 with free entry, and are dog-friendly.
Need to know:
- Food stalls and bars are cash only but there are ATMs on site
- Public transport is the best method of getting to the event
- Event is licenced – no BYO
For more information visit the Good Food Month website, and check out Kerry Heaney’s five picks for Good Food Month events here.