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Time to brush up on your chopstick skills
Its spring and warmer weather sees festival season again in Adelaide, and to kick off the season of fun and frivolity is a fun new premiere event. As part of the OzAsia Festival an Asian Night Noodle Market will feature on this year's program of events. The event will be held every evening during the festival.
Opening Hours are: from 5pm on weekdays
from 12noon on weekends The noodle market will serve food into the night, closing late.
Sit outdoors under the sparkly lights and eat an Oz Asia foodie delight. Image courtesy of www. adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au/oz-asiafestival
The venue is Elder Park and the whole place will be lit up with pretty lights and beautiful Asian lanterns, providing a wonderful festive ambiance. Many food and drink vendors will be there with bar and seating areas. The food will include a taste of Asian hawker style cuisine with all the favourites such as pad thai, dosa, gyoza and of course, lots of dumplings.
A warming bowl of noodles. Image by p750010 on pixabay.com
Food stalls have been set up previously on the one night of the Moon Lantern Festival, but this is the first time a noodle market will extend over the whole length of the Oz Asia Festival, making 11 nights in total. This will be the perfect venue to catch up with friends after work or to catch a quick meal before one of the performances in the Festival Theatre complex. Musical entertainment will be provided so chill out, kick back and practice you chopstick skills and enjoy a laugh with friends and family.
Freshly made noodles for sale at an Asian market. Image by Jing on pixabay.com