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Why cook on a Sunday night?
We know many of our readers are very keen bargain hunters that love to browse markets, so we're pleased to bring you details of the city's newest night market - the Adelaide Sunday Summer Night Market.
From Sunday December 9, you will be able to find some of the best hawker food in Adelaide, only a short walk from Rundle St on North Terrace in the CBD. There will be an array of stalls between King William Road and Kintore Avenue from 5pm until 10pm every week, to offer you an alternative to restaurants in Adelaide.
Other stalls will tempt you with artisan works, clothing, jewellery, cultural goods and local gourmet produce. For more details about what stalls will be attending, check the Facebook page.
Why sit around at home watching 60 Minutes on a beautiful Sunday evening, when you could be promenading through premier parkland enjoying the balmy evening, fine food and browsing bargains?
Checked it out on the 9th and it was really good. It's really busy (especially the churros store)! The Malaysian food stall is highly recommended (the stall with satay, beef rendang, chicken curry)!! :)