One of Queensland’s most iconic foodie events has been off the menu for the last two years, but some exciting news has just dropped. The Brisbane Night Noodle Market is set for a return this June.
Event organisers promise an even bigger and better event at their new home in Brisbane’s City Botanic Gardens, serving tasty treats for twelve nights from Wednesday, June 15 until Sunday, 26th of June.
The Gardens will be transformed into a vibrant, open-air Asian street food festival, with live entertainment and hawker-style stalls and pop-ups serving up some amazing dishes, drinks, and nibbles each evening.
From slurpable noodles and steaming hot dumplings to melt-in-your-mouth bao and Insta-worthy desserts, locals and visitors will have the chance to feast on an array of sizzling, sweet and spicy meals and morsels from an exciting mix of popular local, national and interstate eateries. Vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, Halal options and other dietary requirements will also be catered for.
Vendors and crowd favourites Hoy Pinoy, Flying Noodles, May’s Malaysian Hawker, Wonderbao, Gelato Messina and Twistoo are just a few of the stallholders on offer, with more to be announced in the lead up to next month’s event.
Along with live entertainment, lion dancers and a pets-welcome policy, this year’s Markets will also feature pop-ups from popular partner brands. These include a Gage Roads Beer Garden, an Aperol Spritz Kombi Bar, and Dan Murphy’s Zero% Bar, shaking fresh non-alcoholic cocktails. The Night Noodle Markets will also be serving Australia’s popular non-alcoholic beer.