Night Noodle Markets

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Time Out says

One of Sydney's most anticipated annual food events returns to Hyde Park with noodles, dumplings, burgers and sweet treats

While these popular food markets aren’t exclusively dedicated to chewy, stringy, soft and chared varieties of noodles, they are devoted to serving excellent local dishes. The Night Noodle Markets will once again run as one of Good Food Month’s most popular events, serving Asian dishes from across the spicy spectrum in a hawker-style market from October 11-18.

The woks will be seasoned and the Hyde Park markets opened at various times during the eight days they’re in town – they’re really stretching the ‘night’ concept with a midday start on the weekend – with free entry to the fragrant feast. The line-up of stallholders includes: Xi'an Biang Biang Flyover Fritterie, Chur Burger, Johnny Bird, Hoy Pinoy, Bangkok Street Food, Let's Do Dim Sum, Wonderbao and a plenty of others frying and sizzling up a storm, with Gelato Messina, Donut Papi, Fry'd, Kumokumo and more on dessert duties.

This year, bring your pooch down on Saturday, October 12 for the first-ever Night Poodle Markets. Tickets for the dog-friendly evening cost $5 (which includes a dog treat), with all proceeds going to the NSW RSPCA.

And to make life easy, the whole market is totally cashless, so you can tap your plastics and worry about racking up the bill post-feast. 

By: Olivia Gee

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