The Famous Brisbane Night Noodle Markets are Returning!

Brisbane Night Noodle Markets
Photo credit: Good Food Month

As part of Good Food Month, the Brisbane Night Noodle Markets are returning to Brisbane from September to October 2021, serving up a series of delectable street food from all over Asia. 



To celebrate Good Food Month, the Brisbane Night Noodle Markets are back at an all-new and exciting venue: the City Botanic Gardens. The market will run from the 22 Sept 2021 all the way to the 3 Oct 2021. Entry will be completely free, however registration is encouraged in order to comply with COVID-19 safety and prevention measures. 

Attendants will be able to indulge themselves with delicious street food from all across Asia from countries such as Japan, Taiwan, Vietnam, and the Philippines. Among the many stalls present throughout the event, people can expect to bump into familiar names such as Hoy Pinoy, Bao Brothers Eatery, Flying Noodles, and Bangkok Street Food — all serving up delicious and authentic food from their respective countries.

Pad Thai Prawn, available at Bangkok Street Food. 
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Other food stalls that will be present at the markets include Schilly, Calabang, Hashtag Burgers and Waffles, and Twistto. Schilly in particular offers wraps and skewers, and Twistto specialises in Korean Twist Potato on a stick. Hashtag Burgers and Waffles offers a series of delectable burgers and chips, whereas Calabang provides people with calamari on sticks. 

Crispy Calamari, available at Calabang. 
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Food won’t be the only thing available throughout the Brisbane Night Noodle Markets, however, for those who attend the event can also lose themselves to the beats and tunes brought about by live musicians and DJs to amp up the evening. The market is also dog-friendly, meaning customers are free to bring their canine companions with them to enjoy the event. 

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Hosted by Citi Australia, Good Food Month is the largest food festival in the country, spanning across numerous states to celebrate and respectfully acknowledge the traditional owners of the land with a celebration of diverse food and beverages.

The City Botanic Gardens can be found at 147 Alice St, Brisbane City. Those interested in booking, or simply learning more about the event can visit the Good Food Month website here. For the latest updates on meals, stalls, dates, and other special announcements concerning the events, follow their social media pages on Facebook and Instagram.