Asian Hawker Feast

Spend your Friday night at this Woolloongabba precinct eating dishes from Brisbane's Asian food stalls while listening to live tunes.
Sarah Ward
Published on June 12, 2024


At the beginning of 2024, Woolloongabba's South City Square promised to spend some of its Friday nights this year hosting market-fuelled food festivals — and the inner-east precinct keeps delivering. First came a Latin Fiesta Pop-Up, and then a Vegan/Vego Laneway Fest. Next, it's time for an Asian Hawker Feast.

On Friday, June 14, heading to the Logan Road spot after work means eating dishes from a selection of Brisbane's Asian food stalls while listening to live tunes. From 4–8.30pm, everyone from Uncle Hugh's Korean and Yum Yum East Tibetan to Little Mamak and Yakitori Kiku Charcoal Grill will be onsite, plus Yummy Nami, Chef 365, Yu Fang and Get Loaded Roti as well.

Alongside music for a soundtrack, there'll be a rice paper Chinese art activity to extend the fun beyond everything that's tempting your tastebuds. And if you do need more culinary options, Little Red Dumpling, Hane Sushi and Uncle Don are among the permanent South City Square eateries that are already perfect for the event.

Entry is free, as is onsite parking for five hours — and if you're wondering what else is to come in South City Square's monthly series, look out for a European Food Trail in the future.

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