Saturday, March 21, 2015

Night Noodle Markets

Have you been to the Night Noodle Markets yet? Hubby and I met up after work yesterday to taste testing our ways to Perth's first ever Night Noodle Markets!

The event in association with Eat Drink Perth and WAtoday is open for 12 magical nights from Wednesday 18th March - Sunday 29th March.

Night Noodle Markets is a FREE event and it is fully licensed, so no BYO alcohol will be permitted on site.

Hubby and I arrived early, so we had enough time to go around seeing what's available and make plans to see where we should be queuing up first etc Smiley
How cool is this pop up bar?! Wish I have one at home!!! 

Hoy Pinoy, Melbourne's popular Filipino BBQ & street food stall already attracted a herd of diners waiting eagerly to queue up for their feed of the most talkabout meaty skewers! happy-smiley15

So as soon as the gates opened, I sent hubby to queue up at Hoy Pinoy while I went off to grab a plate of the Chicken & Chorizo Paella $17 and a Ginger, Lemon & Mint Ice Tea $5 from Span Thai.
The paella was a little bit uncooked but otherwise yummy.
The Ginger, Lemon & Mint Ice Tea was really refreshing however happy-smiley15

Hubby came back with 2 BBQ skewers from Hoy Pinoy happy-smiley15 yay! The skewers were $12 for 2; hubby bought one of each of the chicken and pork skewer for us to try.

Both of the Hoy Pinoy BBQ skewers were chunky and meaty and include just the right amount of fat for the pork skewer, while the chicken skewer was really moist and yummy. 

Hoy Pinoy Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

We also got 2 glasses of wine from Yalumba to sample. I got hubby the Cab Sauv and myself the Sauv Blanc (picture below) both at $8.50/glass.


And because I was a hungry hippo (even if I was only hungry with my eyes!), I talked hubby into getting some Mantou Buns from Low Key Chow House to try as well hungrysmileys

The infamous Low Key Chow House's Crispy Candied Pork Belly Mantou Buns were delish!!! At $12 for 2, it was a bit pricey but hey I tried it and I'm a 'happy little Vegemite' happy-smiley15

Overall we had a lovely evening taste tested some of the yummiest food available. We will come back during the week to try out the rest of the food stalls, especially Lucky Chan's Bar, Turban Chopsticks, Let's Do Yum Cha, Fu Manchu, Teppanyaki Noodles, Shallot Thai, Kiyamachi-tei... well ok, maybe all of the other food stalls as well!


  1. Wow $17 for a small, mainly uncooked paella! That sounds to me like expensive man. I wouldn't pay that much for a small plate when you can get bigger at the restaurants

    1. I went to the festival for the ambient and festivities Sally and have had good faith that the food would be good first and foremost ^_^

  2. me too in Melbourne. but still its expensive. When you come to Melbourne you should try simply spanish at South Melbourne Market. I think they have $14 paella for lunch

    1. In honest truth, I have only been in Melbourne once! Though I wasn't used to the cold weather there, I did like the ambient, café and markets scene...Ooooh and I absolutely love the Peninsula Hot Springs!!!

      Would love to visit Melbourne again and I'll be sure to look up your posts for recommendation on where to go and what to eat hehehe...


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