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Best dishes to try this Sydney Night Noodle Market 2022

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The Sydney Night Noodle Markets are back! Yeah, they were put on hold, like everything, but back with a bang this year, the Markets will be bigger than ever. Kicking off from Tuesday 4 to Sunday 9 October, it’ll host a whole heap of new and old Australian foodie institutions – read more about them all here – as well as some of the most delicious morsels to get in your gob this season. Here’s a round-up of must-try dishes: Truffle Basque Cheesecake by 15Centimeters. Their signature Burnt Basque Cheescake blended decadently with earthy, aromatic black truffles. It is effortlessly indulgent (and smells like heaven!) The Original Mie Goreng Donut from Donut Papi. Donut meets noodles – need we say more? THE Viral donuts using the beloved Indomie mie goreng noodles cooked and shaped like a donut.  Pork belly skewers in banana ketchup glaze, by Hoy Pinoy. Head straight for the smokey BBQ scent filling the air and don’t look back!  Crispy Calamari on a stick by Calabang with your choice of sauce. Our pick is the Tom Yum – trust us! Toastie Smith’s Kimi Porky – Fluffy Scrambled Kimchi Egg, stir fry kimchi & pork belly, oak lettuce, sesame, mayo & roasted sesame flavoured slaw. What could possibly go wrong? The Milo Fry Club by Gelato Messina – Deep fried milo gelato, messinatella pudding and oreo crumble topped with warm messinatella. All the crunchy, gooey goodness you need to top off a perfect night of feasting. 

Sydney’s Night Noodle Markets are back!

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In a brand new location and after having had a two year break, there’s great news for Sydney: the annual Night Noodle Markets are back with a vengeance. Depriving a city of noodley and Asian-inspired foodstuffs is – like so many other things – one of the side effects of the past year, but no more! From 22 – 27 March 2022 at Prince Alfred Park, right near Central Station, the Night Noodle Markets will being a spread of some of the city’s and country’s finest Asian food providores in an explosion of dragon-fuelled excitement and buzz made all the sweeter by the simple fact: it’s back. Each evening, the popular park will be transformed into a vibrant, open-air Asian street food festival, with live entertainment and hawker-style stalls and pop-ups serving up their most sumptuous dishes, drinks and bites. From steaming hot dumplings to melt-in-your-mouth bao and Insta-worthy desserts, Sydneysiders 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 and gluten-free options will also be plentiful. For more info and to get your tickets, head to the Sydney Night Noodle Markets website