Hurry On Down To The Night Noodle Markets

Brisbane Night Noodle Markets Lion

This weekend is your last opportunity to experience Brisbane’s Night Noodle Markets (for 2019, at least). Marking the end of Good Food Month, presented by Citi, the Night Noodle Markets have put a sizzle into the Cultural Forecourt at South Bank.

With 25 food stalls representing a whole lot of crowd favourites, this much-loved event re-creates the street food of Thailand, Vietnam and other Asian hotspots.

Among popular stallholders that have returned to tantalise the Brisbane crowd this year are Hoy Pinoy, Waffleland, Teppanyaki Noodles, Gelato Messina, Puffle, and Shallot Thai. There’s also a great selection of new stallholders.

Brisbane Night Noodle Markets Hoy Pinoy

Food-lovers can feast on signature dishes and new creations from Donburi Station, The Original Korean Twistto Potato, POKLOL, Bangkok Street Food, Steamed Dim Sum, Bao Brothers, Little Kyoto, Chu the Phat, @Roll Up and more.

They can also enjoy a range of wines from the Barossa and Eden Valleys with the Jacob’s Creek Barossa Signature range, and explore a range of craft beers from James Squire and Eumundi Brewery.

While you’re at the markets, don’t forget to fill out a survey at the Thai Corner to go into the running to win a holiday to Bangkok for two, including return flights.

Brisbane Night Noodle Markets Bao Brothers Bao trio

Rideshare service DiDi has launched into Brisbane by partnering with Brisbane’s Night Noodle Markets. It’s DiDi’s first event partnership in Brisbane. To celebrate, DiDi is offering two free rides to the value of $10, which can be used to get to and from the event. Users need to download the DiDi-Rider app and enter the promotional code NNM2019 to redeem the free rides.

DiDi users will be able to relax in the DiDi Pit Stop lounge area, where they can charge their phone and wait for a DiDi ride home from South Bank.

The markets are cash-free. All major cards are accepted, and cash cards in increments of $50 can also be purchased on the night.

The Night Noodle Markets open from 4pm today, Saturday and Sunday.

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