After the Sydney Night Noodle Markets were cancelled earlier this year due to ongoing heavy rainfall, the popular public food event has announced it will be held 4-9 October at Prince Alfred Park in Surry Hills.
Running across six nights with extended operating hours, the markets will transform the park into a open-air Asian street food festival, featuring live music and entertainment and an extensive range of hawker-style food stalls dishing up all manner of Asian delicacies including noodles and dumplings galore.
“The Sydney Night Noodle Markets are such a highly anticipated event and after a two year hiatus we want to ensure everyone has the best time possible,” head of Night Noodle Markets Conor Farrell said.
“October presents the most optimum conditions for the Sydney Night Noodle Markets to return, at its new location. We are so excited to bring them back this year, with a stellar line up of stallholders, partners and pop-ups.”
Revealed today, Bangkok Street Food, Shallot Thai, Roll Up, Raijin, Calabang, plus Redfern’s iconic doughnut innovator, Donut Papi, will join previous crowd-pleasers May’s Malaysian Hawker, Teppanyaki Noodle, Hoy Pinoy, Flying Noodles, Wonderbao, Gelato Messina, and Twistto.
Other highlights of this year’s event include a Mazda x Bumplings collaboration featuring dumplings from celebrity chef Brendan Pang’s Perth-based institution, presenting partner Citi’s picnic space, a Gage Roads Beer Garden, an Aperol Spritz Kombi Bar, and Dan Murphy’s Zero% Bar which will be shaking fresh non-alcoholic cocktails. Visitors will also have the chance to win a Celebrity Cruises luxury cruise to Japan for two.