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

Night Noodle Markets is returning to Birrarung Marr this year with a killer line-up of Asian market stalls, covering street food favourites from Japan, Philippines, Taiwan and more.

And they're going cashless – you can use card to pay for your snacks or purchase $50 cash cards on the night. 

This year, you can expect stalls from Melbourne market favourites including Hoy Pinoy, Puffle’s egg waffles, Korean tacos, Wonderbao, Waffleland, Teppanyaki Noodles, Donburi Station, N2 Extreme Gelato, the Original Korean Twistto Potato, Mr Miyagi, Sambal Kampung, Shallot Thai, Bangkok Street Food, the Wagyu, Nem N Nem, Black Star Pastry, and Chinese Dim Sum King. New additions this year include Miso Fresh Food Truck, Bao Brothers, Red Spice Road, Son In Law, David’s, and Oriental Tea House.

On the drinks front there'll be wine from Laira in SA at a pop-up Coonawarra cellar door, the James Squire Night Terrace will be the place to get beers, and you can really double down on those garden party vibes with $10 Pimm’s. Don't drink? There's also a free kombucha bar.  

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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.