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Suzuki Night Market 2012-13

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Wednesday nights are now best spent at the Suzuki Night Market, held in the Queen Victoria Market.

Paella at Suzuki Night Market
From 5pm-10pm, from November 14th to February 27th (exception of Dec 26th), head to this night market now in it's 15th year. A handful of markets selling art and crafts, clothes, gourmet foods, skin-care products, and various other items, will inspire gift giving for any occasion.

However, the best part is the rows of international cuisine. Everything from Spanish Paella to Fish n' Chips.

[ADVERT]The service is fast, and plates are priced at $10, so an affordable way to try international cuisines from hawker style food stalls.

Soak up the delectable aromas, and taste savoury and sweet specialties from each country as you are transported on a journey around the world.

Pick up a glass of Sangria, wine, beer, or cocktail at one of the many bars and then sit back and listen to free live music.

Sangria at Suzuki Night Market
The Suzuki Night Market is a great place to entertain international visitors, catch up with friends and family, and enjoy the beautiful summer nights in Melbourne.

A free, outdoor, family friendly event, that will have you back every Wednesday night.
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Why? Outdoor dining, live music, and market
When: Wednesday nights 5-10pm
Where: 513 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne
Cost: Free entry
Your Comment
I have never heard of this market before, but it does look really good.
by Ms. Samantha (score: 2|362) 2781 days ago
Thanks for your comment Meili. I'm sorry to hear you didn't enjoy the market. I always enjoy the seafood paella, it's not restaurant quality, but I don't expect that for $12. I think the night market is great for families - a variety of food options and free music to listen and dance to.
by Bombay Extra Dry (score: 2|654) 2715 days ago
Was very disappointed when I went there. Happy to pay if food was at least reasonably good but it was not. Not quite a family friendly event and would not go back again. Food was between $10-12. Parking was $10 flat rate.
by meili (score: 0|2) 2716 days ago
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