Night Noodle Markets

Sydney Noodle Markets

This afternoon we checked out the Sydney Night Noodle Markets in Hyde Park. It is part of the Sydney Crave food festival, heaps of local Asian restaurants have stalls with limited menus, there's also a few bars set up. There is a few different areas of seating, tables, picnic rugs and bean bag chairs in front of the stage.

We went pretty early, as we were seeing a movie at 6.10pm, so we were able to grab a nice seat with a lantern. It would have been good to stay for a while, have a drink, listen to the band, and watch the fairy lights and lanterns light up. I've been previous years, and I know it gets really busy, but has a great atmosphere.

I had a red beef curry with roti for $12 from Thai Kanteen, and the boy had a mixed plate from Himalayan Yummy Kitchen. I would have gone to Mamaks, except we ate there recently!

Sydney is such a great place in Spring and Summer, there are so many fun festivals and stuff going on. I can't wait for the Sculpture by the Sea, which we unfortunately missed last year and is always amazing. There are so many different sculptures and styles, you are guaranteed to like a few, and the scenery along the Bondi to Bronte walk is stunning without the added bonus of art installations!

1 comment:

monkeemoomoo said...

Visiting from blogtoberfest for the first time:)

We went to these night markets a few years ago, your right, they have such a great atmosphere. We are still talking about the coconut and lychee ice-cream we ate there.