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5 Reasons to Visit Brisbane's Night Noodle Markets

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by Meredith Walker (Blue Curtains) (subscribe)
English teacher by day, theatre blogger by night. You can also find my stories from the Brisbane stalls at or follow me on Twitter (@BlueCurtainsB) / Facebook (Blue Curtains Brisbane: Stories From The Stalls)
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Dinner with a view doesn't get much better

Dinner with a view doesn't get much better. But you have to be quick; the markets only run for 10 days as part of Brisbane's Good Food Month.

1. Dinner

Brisbane's first ever Night Noodle Markets offers up oodles of noodles and a whole lot more, from Luke Nguyen's Fat Noodle to The Bun Mobile, there is all range of fabulous fresh Asian flavours to sample.

2. Dessert
Leave room for dessert. Passion Tree has a range of sweet treats on offer, including a delicious chocolate fondue to go.

3. The atmosphere

The Asian-inspired street food festival is full of nooks and cranny places to sit and eat, meet and mingle. Seating is plentiful in a range of locations, from traditional tables and chairs to informal crates and beanbags, under strings of colourful lanterns to set the scene. There is a range of themed bars and nightly entertainment, including Chinese dragons and drummers dipping amongst the crowds.

4. The view
With the Brisbane River and city skyline backdrop, the Cultural Forecourt location is perfect for night dining.

5. The location
The Night Noodle Markets is centrally located at The Cultural Forecourt at South Bank, just by the Wheel of Brisbane, making it a great pre or post QPAC option. Park in the QPAC carpark and you will emerge in the heart of the action. And entry into the markets is free.

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Why? because dinner with a view doesn’t get much better.
When: July 7 - 27
Where: The Cultural Forecourt at South Bank
Cost: Free entry
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