5 things to know about Wonderbao at this Melbourne Night Noodle Markets


The Melbourne Night Noodle Markets have kicked of at Birrarung Maar along the Yarra River and, just like every other year, are offering some incredible eats, open to the public.

If last year wasn’t enough to get you going back again, then perhaps what went down at Sydney might be the ticket? Or, maybe just your love for carbs?

In any case, with incredible restaurants lined-up like, Wonderbao, Sash Japanese, Mr Miyagi and Black Star Pastry, you know it’s gonna be good.


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We spoke to Wonderbao to get the inside story on what’s up with them this year…

What do you think you bring to Good Food Month that is different to everyone else?

Wonderbao aims to educate people and show them how good a dish so simple can taste. Wonderbao uses family recipes which have been perfected for decades and passed through three generations to show Melbourne what we are all about.

How did you decide what would be your hero item this year?

This year’s hero item is our Korean Fried Chicken. Fried chicken is a crowd favourite, a crispy but juicy piece of chicken complimenting the soft and fluffy bun is only everyone’s night market dream food. The slight hint of spice makes it all that much better and enjoyed by so many different people.

In three words, how’d you describe your flavour?

Simple, authentic and comforting.

What’s your favourite thing about food?

The type of food that makes you feel at home is the best kind of food. Growing up having eaten buns my whole life, eating a bun reminds me of the cold winters with your family, warming your hands with a bun then munching into the steamy goodness.

Why Melbourne Good Food Month?

Bringing our flavours of home to Melbourne is our priority because Melbourne is what we call home now. The home of Wonderbao and where we source our products from.

See more about the Melbourne Night Noodle Markets.