The Melbourne Night Noodle Market returns to Birrarung Marr for another year
Back for its second year as a stand alone culinary event, the Night Noodle Market returns to transform Birrarung Marr into a bustling Asian street market. Over eighteen balmy nights this Spring, the Night Noodle Market will offer market goers an array of Asian cuisine vendors, as well as pop up bars, with the Yarra River as its very Melbourne backdrop.
With over twenty hawker style food stalls representing cuisine from the Phillipines, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea, and more, the Night Noodle Market will take you on a culinary journey across Asia. Whether you want chill on the rolling lawn with a bao and a beer, or take in the river side with some teppanyaki and a tipple, the market is the perfect place to spend a spring evening taking in the night city scape while listening to some awesome local DJs. But try to get in early to secure your spot on the hillside lawn, because prime positions get snapped up quickly!
Local favourites Mr. Miyagi, Wonderbao, and Black Star Pastry and many more will be returning to the festival, while Miso Fresh Food Truck, Bao Brothers, Red Spice Road, Son In Law, David’s and Oriental Tea House will be joining the line up for the first time this season. If you’ve been drooling jealously over your Instagram feed, then now is your chance to get your hands on Puffle’s Hong Kong-inspired egg waffles, Korean tacos by POKLOL, and the coveted Korean Twistto Potato.
This year also sees the inclusion of South Australian winery Brand’s Laira, who will bring a taste of Coonawarra to Melbourne with their pop-up cellar door, as well as a Paint and Sip sessions for those who want to release their inner artist with a glass of wine in hand. For all the beer lovers out there, the James Squire Night Terrace will be offering up their range of craft beers, while the Pimm’s Garden Bar will be serving up their quintessential Springtime cocktails. If you’re looking to get your ‘buch on, the Amplify Kombucha Bar will be offering festival goers bottomless Kombucha on the house.
To make things super easy, and to cut down on line times, this years Night Noodle Market will be completely cash free. Festival goers can purchase cash cards to the value or $50 from the information hub, and all major cards will be accepted by vendors.
If you want to tick some items off your culinary bucket list this Spring, a trip to the Night Noodle Market is a must!