Brisbane Night Noodle Markets 2021 — CANCELLED
Peruse a hawker-style array of stalls slinging all kinds of culinary deliciousness.
June 28, 2021
UPDATE, AUGUST 27, 2021: The 2021 Brisbane Night Noodle Markets will no longer go ahead, and will instead next take place in 2022. "We're sad to announce that the Brisbane Night Noodle Markets, scheduled for September 2021, are unable to go ahead due to the current COVID-19 outbreak and related government restrictions," said organisers in a statement on the event's website.
From Wednesday, September 22–Sunday, August 3, there's one surefire way to work up an appetite — just head to the Brisbane City Botanic Gardens, peruse the hawker-style array of stalls slinging all manner of food and listen to your stomach grumble. Yes, the Night Noodle Markets are back for a sixth round of culinary deliciousness, after being postponed from July. Yes, they're guaranteed to make you hungry.
In 2021, there will be 17 stalls to choose from, plus heaps of pop-up bars and the kind of bustling vibe that comes with a massive food gathering. As for what you'll be feasting on, expect tasty treats from the likes of Hoy Pinoy, Bao Brothers, Bangkok Street Food, Donburi Station and Gelato Messina — as well as May's Malaysian, Shallot Thai, Wokmaster, Everyday Bao, Twistto/ Flying Noodles, Teppanyaki Noodles, Raijin and Steamed Dim Sum. And, locals Schillykickk, Stone & Copper Curry and Snack Bar, Hashtag Burgers & Waffles and Nodo Donuts will be joining the spread for the first time.
While Messina is busting out deep-fried Milo gelato and its famed mango pancakes (which stuff mango sorbet and vanilla chantilly into mango crepes), other highlights across the board include chicken karaage noodles, pork belly skewers, Japanese fried dumplings, twisted potatoes, yakisoba fried noodles and roti wraps.
Make sure to work up an appetite beforehand and be prepared to roll yourself on home.