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Published January 5th 2013
This is a market that happens on Hefferman lane once every month during the warmer months. It happens on the third Friday of the month and it is a night market.

[ADVERT]Here you can buy lots and lots of goodies for under $12. They often do have specials.

The market primarily sells Asian food and drink, but every now and then they also sell other products.

The food on offer does vary from month to month. But I know that some of the usual things are there like Char Kuey teow and fried rice.

momo
taken by myself


You can smell the Char Kuey Teow cooking from afar in Lonsdale st and you know that you are nearly there.

Here they also sell lemon teas and other drinks.

A couple of times I have tried Momo a Nepalese type of dumplings. I have also once tried Popriah a Malaysian snack.

The place is always crowded and seating is limited so come early or miss out.

It is a cash only market so make sure that you have plenty of cash on hand. It is an alcohol free market so no wines are allowed.
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Why? Try something tasty in Chinatown
When: Generally 3rd Friday every month
Where: Chinatown
Cost: Prices vary
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