WHAT’S ON: Night noodle markets hit town

15 July 2017

The Brisbane Night Noodle Markets are back this month and better than ever with an array of scrumptious Asian food to enjoy against the stunning backdrop of glittering office towers and the Brisbane river. You can even get your food delivered to your seat!

The Night Noodle Markets has become a favourite for families and foodies alike, combining all the colours, sounds and smells of an Asian hawker market plus the buzz, hype and vibe of a huge outdoor festival. This year’s Night Noodle Markets will feature 23 food stalls, a selection of bars and nightly music.

It’s worth noting that the markets are cashless this year which, so leave your cash at home and use any card you like to purchase food and drink at the various food stalls and bars.

This year also sees the inclusion of the Menulog At Home Zone which will be delivering yummy goodness from some of the Markets’ most popular stalls straight to you, without the queues.

This is great news for families, allowing you to kick back and relax without taking turns to ‘hold down the fort’ and entertain the kids while one of you goes and orders!

Vendors available for Menulog delivery include Black Star Pastry, offering their insta-famous Strawberry Watermelon Cake, along with Bao Stop, Chur Burger, Poké Bear and many more.   

Everyone is welcome in the Menulog At Home Zone – it’s completely free to enter and the delivery service is complimentary. Simply pick a spot and wait for Menulog’s on-ground green team to take your order. 

Visitors to who order in at the Menulog At Home Zone will also have the chance to win one of 10 $50 Menulog vouchers each night of the markets.

To download the app ahead of the event, visit Menulog.com.au or download the app on Google Play or from the App Store.


July 19-30, 2017
Weekdays from 5pm until late
Weekends from 4pm until late

Cultural Forecourt, South Bank, Brisbane

Entry: Free

Visit www.goodfoodmonth.com/brisbane/noodles/ for more information and to view the menu. 

Written by

Kids on the Coast/Kids in the City


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