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Prepare Your Tastebuds, The Night Noodle Markets Are Back

By Jessica Best
8th Oct 2019

Clear your calendar, one of Sydney’s favourite food festivals is back as part of the Good Food Month, so ready your body for the most-talked-about Asian hawker-style Hyde Park blowout.

Set to kick off on Friday 11 October, you’re in for 29 sizzling stalls across eight nights. As for the foodie line-up, this year's line-up is pretty damn delicious. Get ready for the likes of Bangkok Street Food, Calabang, Bao Brothers Eatery, Biang Biang, Chinese Dim Sum King, Donut Papi, Foodie del Mar, Flyover Fritterie, FRY’D ᴹᵀ, Gelato Messina, HOY PINOY, Johnny Bird, KorBq, Kumokumo, Lets Do Yum Cha, Chur Burger, May's Malaysian Hawker, Mr. Bao, POKLOL, PUFFLE, Raijin Japanese Cuisine, Satay Brothers Food Truck, Shallot Thai, Teppanyaki Noodles, Okonomiyaking, Bearded Pigs, The Muglan, Twistto Original Korean Twist Potato, Flying Noodle, Waffleland, Wokmaster and Wonderbao.

And as for the dishes you'll be able to jump on—let's just say this year's menu is next level. Expect chicken noodles from Bangkok Street Food, Korean sweet pancakes from Donut Papi (and other small-batch Asian-inspired doughnuts), paellas from Foodie Del Mar’s Fusion Flavourbombs and Sydney’s first pakora and chai bar serving up all the vegan feeds from Flyover Fritterie.

Each year Gelato Messina creates something very over the top and this year’s “Eye Of The Thai-ger” treat, packed with condensed milk pudding, milk crumble and shaved ice, does not disappoint.

You'll also find cheeseburger "puffles" from the iconic Poklol x Puffle, pulled pork rolls from The Bearded Pigs and a whole heap more.

Along with this, expect a tonne of foodie fueled antics to get around on the broader Good Food Month program this year, including a southern-inspired foodie night out at Mary’s Underground featuring vegan trailblazer Shannon Martinez (just the mastermind behind Melbourne’s famed Smith & Daughters and Smith & Deli), a next-level sushi bar takeover from superstar Hiroyuki Saito at Bondi’s Icebergs and an exclusive dinner brought together by French chef Alain Passard (from Paris’ Arpège, just ranked as one of the top ten best restaurants in the world) at Restaurant Hubert.

Pre-sale tickets for Good Food Month are on sale now and general admission goes on sale Thursday 25 July at 9am, head here for more details.

The Details

What: Good Food Month
When: October 2019
Where: Various locations across Sydney

And head here to find out where you can score oysters for $1.50.

Image credit: Night Noodle Markets

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