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Use your noodle - head to Hyde Park for delicious Asain food
It's one of Sydney's best loved annual events and has been the signature celebration for the ever-popular Good Food Month since 1998. Set once again in the vibrant and picturesque Hyde Park, Night Noodle Markets are back from Friday 10 October to Sunday 26 October. The ultimate cross between a spring outdoor festival and Asian hawker street food market, you won't want to miss its always delicious food, the 2014 expanded program and new features.
[ADVERT]Satisfy your cravings for those juicy, tangy, spicy, or sweet noodles and a host of other Asian street food specialties from some of Sydney's best Asian restaurants. Everything from dumplings to desserts, pho to pancakes, ramen to rice, and of course, noodles, will be available with Japanese, Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese and Malaysian cuisines on delicious display. You can download the menu here.
Last year more than 200,000 people came out to enjoy the spring evenings under the twinkling lights and tree canopies in a 3 week format that included Saturday evenings for the very first time. This year's 3 week program has a few surprises too, including the premiere of Sunday Sessions (drinks, dumplings and dinners on Sundays from 4pm to 9pm), new lighting installations, bars and seating areas. Food stall zones include Panda Parade, Tiger Kingdom, Monkey Lane and Lucky Cat Corner spread throughout the park, as well as a range of bars and the Lantern Garden near the St James Station entrance. You can download the map here.
Image from Good Food Month Facebook page
Dates The markets kicked off on Friday 10 October, and will continue every night until Sunday 26 October.