Every year I head to the Queen Victoria Market's Luna 1878 Night Market, it seems bigger with an increasing number of craft stalls, live musicians, performing artists, silent discos, and food choices that will have you walking around in circles, trying to decide what to eat!
While there are very few options for vegetarians (I only spotted two stalls - Rice and Dice offering Indian vegetarian curry, and Gourmet Soup Factory offering soup in a bread bowl), the choices for carnivores include Polish pierogi, Nepalese lamb shank stew and goat curries, South American casseroles, Spanish fisherman stew, Mediterranean grilled octopus and calamari, Creole Jambalaya and Gumbo, Vietnamese pork and chicken skewers, Mexican burritos, and so much more. All looked and smelled wonderful, but I had no idea what to choose!
There are also many treats for the sweet toothed - a stall solely dedicated to gluten free and vegan sweets (Decadent Desserts), creme brulee, strudels, waffles, fresh sugar cane juice, and my favourite - nutella and strawberry crepes from La Petite Creperie.
So head down to Luna Night Market, on Wednesdays in August, for mulled wine, food from around the world, and sweet treats to warm your stomach, and performance artists and live music to warm your heart.
What are your favourite dishes at the Luna 1878 Night market?