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Chinatown’s Night Market is back in Montreal

Marché Asiatique is hosting one more weekend Night Market with free admission!

Written by
Laura Osborne
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Montreal is known for its cheap eats and best restaurants, and this delicious (and affordable) Night Market in Chinatown is no exception.

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.).

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. 

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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.

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Photograph: Marché de Nuit

For more information about Marché Asiatique and Marché de Nuit de Montréal, click here.

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