The second edition of Marché Asiatique, a can't miss collaboration between Marché de Nuit de Montréal, Tourisme Montréal, La Pépinière I Espaces Collectifs and Marché Asiatique, runs until October 2.
For one more weekend only, it transforms into a Night Market on August 25-28 (Thursdays and Friday from 5-11 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 12-11 p.m.).
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Expect Thai, Vietnamese, Taiwanese, Japanese and Korean dishes from over 20 food vendors, including fried chicken, BBQ-grilled giant squid, bubble tea and more mouthwatering street food options. Admission to the Night Market is free, with most dishes priced between $4 to $8.
Head downtown to the corner of boulevard René-Lévesque East and Saint-Laurent street and look for the giant magnolia tree—made by artist Wawa Li and space designer Sarah Tu using plastic collected in Chinatown—which lights up at night.
For more information about Marché Asiatique and Marché de Nuit de Montréal, click here.