Brisbane is buzzing this Good Food Month. It has taken July by storm and that means Night Noodle Market is back again for the 4th year in a row! The smells of 23 food stalls fill the air around the Cultural Forecourt in South Bank. Live entertainment and multiple bars have also made their way to the Night Noodle Market. This year the market is cashless and dog friendly (just make sure they are on a leash and 20 metres away from the food stalls)!
With so many stalls, how are you going to choose where to fill your belly up? It is suggested you go enough nights to make your way around the entire market but heres a few places to start.
Brand’s Laira Cellar Door creates the perfect first pit stop. Warm your belly with the best of their Coonawarra wine. The pop up transports you to their vineyards with all of the cute wooden decor. They have set up a seated area that blocks the wind and it is so sophisticated in style; perfect for these cold winter nights!
Pokè Bowls are so popular at the moment and have earned their spot at the markets. Poké Bear has three bowls to choose from; the Alpine King Salmon is epic. Inihaw Na Baboy (bbq pork skewers) from Hoy Pinoy are the epitome of street food and will keep you coming back for more. Bao Stop is a must for their perfectly fluffy boa buns. The duck boa is particularly delicious. Even better, you can get peking duck loaded fries; a match made in heaven!
Spanthai is an intriguing stall at the Night Noodle Markets. A beautiful marriage of Spanish and Thai means you can get the best of both worlds at the one place! The Paella has been described as “the real deal” and the Pad Siew is very traditional in flavour.
The Night Noodle Market only comes to town once a year so make the most of it and head into Southbank before the 30th of July to devour some seriously delicious food.
The Night Noodle Markets is the ultimate foodie dream where 23 food stalls from around Australia come to South Bank. You are spoiled for choice with some of the yummiest food around.
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Inihaw Na Baboy from Hoy Pinoy and Peking Duck Loaded Fries from Boa Stop.
Cultural Forecourt - Melbourne Street, South Brisbane 4101
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Date: 19 – 30 July 2017
Hours: Weekdays from 5pm til late
Weekends from 4pm til late