Night Noodle Markets

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Melbourne's annual Asian food market takes over Birrarung Marr for a showcase of street food favourites

The annual Melbourne Night Noodle Markets brings a killer line-up of Asian market stalls, covering street food favourites from across Japan, China, Thailand and more to the riverside surrounds of Birrarung Marr in the CBD.  

Each year you can expect stalls from Melbourne market favourites, including the likes of Hoy Pinoy, Nem and Nem and Mr Miyagi. For dessert, Black Star Pastry and Gelato Messina will have you covered. Grab your food, find a spot on the lawn and enjoy it over while the sun sets over the city.

By: Time Out editors

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Way too expensive.  I paid $14 for a tiny serving.  And then there was the beer tent. $10 for a small plastic cup of Squire's IPA.  If that wasn't bad enough the staff did not know how to pour a beer without giving you mostly froth.