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Little Eat Street Friday Night Markets 2015

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Cheap n Cheerful Asian Street Food
The Chinatown Night Market is a popular multicultural community market and is becoming a major tourist attraction in Sydney.

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Mango Sticky Rice $7


As part of the Asia On Your Doorstep project during Good Food Month, Chinatown Night Markets transform Little Hay Street into 'Little Eat Street' every Friday night during the month of October. For your comprehensive eating guide, click HERE

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Night Lanterns


I headed along to Little Eat Street Night Markets launch last Friday and I absolutely loved the atmosphere. Chinatown was beautifully lit up with red lanterns and the tiny lanes were flooded with eager hungry food lovers.

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BBQ Grills


The air was filled with deliciously intoxicating food aroma the moment we got off the tram. The strong presence Asian street food was unmistakable and it was easy to see why Chinatown's Eat Street Markets created such a buzz on its first opening night.

At first we were slightly overwhelmed by all the choices available. Each alleyway lured us in with tantalising smells from every corner of Asia and the stallholders were all fired up ready for a good trade.

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Tall Twisting Potato


We were spoilt for choice with offers like smoked pork, spicy BBQ calamari, exotic Indonesian pancakes, twisty potato sticks and various Asian delicacies.

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Indonesian Pancake $4


My friend chose an Indonesian Martabak Pancake, laden with butter, margarine, crushed peanuts and chocolate sprinkles, it was devoured in less than a minute. I was left feeling fulfilled with a scrumptious traditional Thai summer dessert, Mango Sticky Rice, and it was delightful on on a warm day.

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Giant Grilled Calamari $7


The giant BBQ calamari looked delicious but the queue was long. We figured, we can come back for more later this month!

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$3 Dim Sim Sticks


There is something for every taste, and prices are really reasonable anywhere from $5 -$15 per dish.

Shopping at the Night Street Market


Mixed in with the food was a sprinkling of crafts, homeware, fashion & jewellery stalls, all spilling onto the streets with unique and cute Asian style. It was just the right mix in keeping with the characters of an 'almost-authentic' Asian street market.

If you are having a slack night with cooking and planning on takeaway, then it would be worth considering a visit to this night market.

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Minion Toys


Food lovers can enjoy some steamed Hong Kong dimsum, meat skewers, fried potato chips on a stick or some piping hot takoyaki. There are also a variety of accessories and clothing stalls selling toys, iphone cases and clothing items.

This is a fun night market to hang out with friends to enjoy part of Sydney's Good Food Month on a Friday night!
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When: Every Friday night in October 5pm - 10pm
Where: Dixon and Little Hay Street Haymarket
Cost: Free entry.
Your Comment
My favourite place in China Town is this lil hole in the wall that only sells Emperor Puffs...if you don't mind the super long line...I highly recommend them:)
by Maria M (score: 2|661) 958 days ago
the mango sticky rice from the photo above is to die for!!! i ate 3 all at once lol
by kayla (score: 0|2) 946 days ago
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