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Good Food Month celebrates its 20th anniversary this October and the festival's signature event, the Night Noodle Markets in Hyde Park, will be bigger than ever. Balmy spring nights under the stars see favourite food stalls returning with new delights, as well as newcomers, making their mark.



Over 40 stalls this year bring food from across the Asian region and include spicy noodles, juicy dumplings, BBQ skewers, chips on sticks and other delights, along with some wonderful dessert creations.

Some of the stallholders named so far are:-

Teppanyaki Noodles combining fresh produce and Sanuki Soba, one of the most famous noodle brands in Japan

Wonderbao a Melbourne restaurant providing steamed buns with various ingredients

Wonderbao
Crispy crumbed eggplant, roast pork & spicy fried chicken baos from Wonderbao


Hoi Pinoy with Filipino flavours and methods, they bring meats that are barbecued, smoked and roasted

Grumpy G's Kitchen a Brisbane restaurant presenting authentic Vietnamese street food

Grumpy G's Kitchen
Pho in a cup from Grumpy G's Kitchen


Chat Thai think satay skewers, spring rolls and a range of Thai delights

Chur Burger serving up a range of gourmet burgers filled full of juicy contents to wrap your taste buds around

Chur Burger
Tender pork belly burger - bring it on Chur burger


Eat Fuh a Vietnamese restaurant based in Marrickville contributing hearty bowls of Fuh broth, soft fluffy noodles and fresh herbs

Poklol creating next level street food, the Korean tacos are a beauty as are the chichi fries loaded with Bulgogi beef

Poklol
Poklol's Chichi Fries


Donburi Station a Canberra-based company known for their dumplings and Japanese rice bowls topped with a variety of meats

Puffle with its cone-shaped egg waffles filled with beef, Philly cheese and shallots

Puffle
A puffle, of course


Gelato Messina delicious flavour combinations and gelato sandwiches that go down well in any season

Black Star Pastry famous for their Strawberry Watermelon cake, it will be interesting to see what they bring this year

Black Star Pastry
Black Star Pastry - inspired by watermelon and lychees


Donut Papi a newcomer to the markets, they provide handmade gourmet donuts with both unique and classic flavours

Waffleland delicious fruit and chocolate-drizzled waffles on sticks

Waffleland
Sweet heaven in Waffleland


The flavour-packed festival also sees a pop-up restaurant, Hyde Park Palms, that will shine a light on some of the city's best chefs that have shaped our culinary experiences. It is set to host conversations with the likes of Neil Perry, Ross Lusted, Bill Granger, Stephanie Alexander and Christine Manfield; as well as dinners with hotly-tipped international talents, LA's Jason Neroni and Italy's Isabella Poti; an Italian vegan feast; and a pasta battle, amongst other events.

Pasta Battle
The pasta battle returns


If it's food and a movie you're after, well you're covered there too. Ume and Cow & The Moon are teaming up to deliver the ultimate date night on 5 October with burgers, ice cream, booze, and a screening of the film 10 Things I Hate About You an oldie but a goodie starring Julia Stiles, Heath Ledger and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

Open weekdays from 5pm and weekends from 4pm, entry to the markets is free. Bring the plastic for all those tasty bites and drinks from the bar as they're cash-free for your convenience. All major credit cards are accepted. Tickets to special events in the park can be booked online.

It's definitely foodie heaven here and completing this buzzing garden precinct are the sights and sounds of LED-lit dancing dragons, hanging lanterns, live music, and DJ's getting the crowd groovin'. There's a lot to love.
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Why? For the love of food
When: Mon-Tues 5pm-9pm, Weds-Thurs 5pm-10pm, Fri 5pm-11pm, Sat 4pm-10pm, Sun 4pm-9pm
Where: Hyde Park North, Sydney, NSW
Cost: Free entry
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