Perth Night Noodle Markets 2016

WAtoday Good Food Month presented by Citi


In 2015 more than 115,000 people flocked to the inaugural Perth Night Noodle Markets held at the Perth Cultural Centre.

This year Fairfax Events has moved the 2016 Night Noodle Markets to the newly opened Elizabeth Quay where it is expected to attract even bigger crowds and will run from March 30 to April 10.

For the first time Night Noodle Markets will be part of Fairfax’s highly successful WAtoday Good Food Month presented by Citi.

Good Food Month is Australia’s largest food festival held in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Canberra and now comes to WA to showcase its world-class food and wine scene, vibrant culinary diversity and fantastic local produce.

WAtoday Good Food Month will run from March 30 to April 30 and will bring to Perth some of Australia and the world’s best chefs for two iconic events.

Night Noodle Markets will be a cornerstone of Good Food Month and as part of the plan to cater for bigger crowds organisers have increased the number of food stalls from 20 to 26.

Managing Director, Global Experience Team for Citi Australia, Tanya Smith said Citi is proud to be the national presenting partner of the Australia’s largest food festival.

“We are particularly excited to see our partnership with Fairfax and Good Food Month extend to Perth in its full glory for the very first time.” she said.

“With a program highlighting the best Perth has to offer, it gives us great pleasure to offer Citi customers exclusive benefits to various Good Food Month events such as ‘An Evening in Conversation’ with our Citi Dining ambassador, Gary Mehigan.

“Our national partnership with Good Food Month and our Citibank Dining Program are prime examples of how Citi continues to support the Australian food and wine industry, which remains a priority for us.”

Night Noodle Markets is free to enter and runs from March 30 to April 10, featuring 12 WA-based businesses and inter-state newcomers Roti Road from Melbourne and N2 Black Star Pastry from Sydney.

Exotic dishes will be available for as little as $10, as well as pop-up bars, a beer garden and live entertainment.

The Hawker style markets will showcase crowd favourites from last year along with several new stallholders offering a mouth-watering selection of modern Asian, Korean, Thai, Chinese, Vietnamese and Japanese cuisines.

Atoday Night Noodle Markets opening night.

The flavours of Asia were abundant and the beer and wine was flowing at the official launch of the inaugural WAtoday Night Noodle Markets in the Perth Cultural Centre.

Hoy Pinoy, one of the most popular stalls last year will be back with their famously irresistible skewers.

Perth’s Low Key Chow House will be showcasing its newly launched restaurant at the markets and other Perth favourites Apple Daily, Lucky Chans, Banana Leaf and Bangkok Jump Street will be showing off their wares.

WAtoday Night Noodle Markets opening night.

Coopers, Yalumba, Cathay Pacific and Thatchers will create their own unique precincts within the Asian-inspired markets, adding an eclectic atmosphere and serving guests a selection of Australia’s best beer and wines.

The foodie oasis will also feature live DJs, lion dancers and a lantern garden installation.

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There’s also an opportunity for people to win a Good Food Experience by using #jointhefeast on Facebook @goodfoodmonth, on Twitter @goodfoodmonth and Instagram @goodfoodmonth.

The Good Food Month full program of events will be available from March 18.

Night Noodle Market Opening times:

Monday to Wednesday: 5pm – 9pm
Thursday to Friday: 5pm – 10pm
Saturday: 4pm – 10pm
Sunday: 4pm – 9pm

Apple Daily Bar & Eating House
Banana Leaf Filipino Cuisine
Bangkok Jump Street
Cili Padi
Vietnamese Street Food
Everybody Loves Ramen
Fu Manchu
Hoy Pinoy
Kiyamachi tei
Lets Do Yum Cha
Low Key Chow House
Lucky Chans
Marlou’s Asian Kitchenet
mr. YummmO
N2 & Black Star Pastry
Pasar Malam
Roti Road
Shallot Thai
Teppanyaki Noodles
Turban Chopsticks
Waffle on a stick

WAtoday Night Noodle Markets opening night.