Sydney Night Noodle Markets

Sydney Night Noodle Markets return to Hyde Park

Sydney’s favourite Night Noodle Markets are making a return to Hyde Park this month, dishing up eight flavour-filled nights from October 11- 18.

The annual Asian street festival has always been a crowd pleaser and this year will be no different with sizzling hawker-style stalls set up alongside live music, DJs and a stunning view of city’s nightscape.

Making up the menu this year is an exciting array of vibrant flavours from over 30 stalls of culinary favourites, including plenty of vegetarian and gluten free options.

Good Food Month has highlighted some of its top picks including Bao Brothers’ loaded sweet potato fries; Korean BBQ Tacos from Poklol x Puffle; Asian inspired burgers by Chur Burger; and Mr Bao’s cheeseburger spring rolls and crackling pork belly fries.

As for dessert, Gelato Messina is offering up a specialised Thai inspired menu while Donut Papi will also have a selection of ‘Nigella Lawson approved’ asian sweet treats.

Night Poodle Markets

This year the night markets will also play host to the Night Poodle Market on Saturday 12 October.

For just $5 a ticket, guests are encouraged to bring their poodle or their pooch to this one-night event where all proceeds will be donated to the NSW RSPCA.

On the night, a professional photographer will be on hand to capture photos of dog owners and their pups to make a memory of the occasion. As well as this, anyone who registers and donates online prior will receive a local gourmet dog treat from The Doggie Bakery. Registration is open now and donations can be made here.

Sydney Night Noodle Market

End of an era

This year marks the final year that the Night Noodle Markets will be hosted at Sydney’s Hyde Park, its home for the past 15 years.

However Good Food Month has confirmed that the markets will still go ahead in 2020, with a larger and more exiting location already in the works.

In the meantime, make sure to make the most of Hyde Park’s final market and lock in your time to visit with entry free of charge.

Opening Hours:

Monday and Tuesday 5pm-10pm
Wednesday and Thursday 5pm – 11pm
Friday 4pm – 11pm
Saturday 12pm – 11pm
Sunday 12pm – 10pm

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