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Night Noodle Markets

When:

Thu 17 Jul 2014, 5:00pm–11:00pm

Where: Cultural Forecourt, South Bank Brisbane, South Bank Parklands, South Bank, Queensland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free
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Night Noodle Markets

Stand by for the Night Noodle Markets set to hit Brisbane this Good Food Month – with restaurant stalls, themed bars, music and an outdoor party vibe. They have been an institution in Sydney for 15 years and packed in hungry crowds every night after their introduction in Melbourne last year.

Some of Brisbane’s favourite eateries will be there over 11 nights, dishing up everything form charcoal-grilled yakitori sticks to gyoza; steaming bowls of Vietnamese pho and ramen noodles as well as Asian-influenced desserts.

Whether you’re meeting friends after work, on a family outing or just looking to soak up the atmosphere and graze your way around a different part of Asia every night, the Night Noodle Markets are the place to be this July.

Keep in touch @goodfoodmonth #GoodFoodMonth #NoodleMarkets

EVENT DETAILS
WHERE Cultural Forecourt, South Bank

WHEN Thursday July 17 – Sunday July 27.

TIMES Mon, Tue 5pm-9pm; Wed 5pm-10pm; Thurs, Fri 5pm-11pm; Sat 4pm-10pm; Sun 4pm-9pm

COST Free entry; purchase your food and beverages from the stalls