Melbourne’s famed Night Noodle Markets return for Spring

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Melbourne’s famed Night Noodle Markets return for Spring

After a two year hiatus, they're back Pho real...

After two whole years away from the city, Melbourne’s iconic Night Noodle Markets are returning to the hills at Birrarung Marr.

Taking over the grass for 18 evenings from November 10 until November 27, the Night Noodle Markets are always one of the most popular events of the year for Melbourne foodies. This year, expect delicious food from Mr Miyagi, Flying Noodle, Hoy Pinoy, Wonderbao, Gelato Messina and many more…

The best bits

  • The Noodle Night Markets are back, baby
  • Entry is free and dogs are welcome
  • It all goes down from November 10 until November 27

Keep up with the latest local food and booze news here.


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Serving noodles out of hawker-style stalls serving up noodles to hungry Melbournians, the Noodle Market transforms the hills of Birrarung Marr into an open-air street food festival every spring. The fun doesn’t end with just the food, however. While they slurp on their noodles, entertaining guests will be tons of fun pop-ups and roving entertainment, including lion dances. The whole event is child and dog friendly, so bring the whole gang for an evening of indulgent noodle goodness.

If you’re a Harry Potter fan and just can’t get enough magic in your life, then this year you’d best make a beeline straight to Flying Noodle. They’ll be serving up a “levitating” dish of chicken, sesame, mushrooms and bok choy. What that means, we’re not quite sure yet – but we’re itching to see it in person!

Every year, there are more options for our meat-free friends, but we suggest making a beeline for Sydney’s spicy pakora purveyors, Flyover Fritterie. The menu is all vegan and packed with flavour. Of course, you’ll also be able to pick up a famous Korean potato spiral from Twistto and a heap of great noodle dishes.

So many noodles, so little time. For more information (and to peep the full lineup of stalls) head here.