The Night Noodle Markets are back!

The Night Noodle Markets, as part of WAToday’s Good Food Month presented by Citi is back and starts tonight. Think fresh air from being located at Elizabeth Quay, the buzz of a recreated Asian night market and all those wok fired scents that just make your tummy rumble instantly. 

With 23 different stalls to choose from, I’m feeling ready to munch my way through the food on offer. And even better, it’s on until Sunday 2 April so there’s plenty of time to get your feed on. 

Here’s my review of last year’s event and I think this year its sounds like we’re in for bigger and better things.

Some of the popular stallholders include locals and east coast contenders Taiwan Noodle House, Bao Stop, Miss Chow’s, Hoy Pinoy and Black Star Pastry x N2 Gelato and more. What’s pretty cool this year too is a lot of the stalls are working with Menulog so people can sit in the designated Menulog seating area and avoid queuing up – ordering through their staff instead. 

Night Noodle Markets

For the sweet toothed inclined, headliner Gelato Messina is coming our way with flavours including great balls of fryer, a spiced banana gelato, deep fried with mango pudding and passion fruit caramel. Personally I plan on getting my lips around more of that stunning watermelon rose cake from Black Star that I ate way too much of last year. 



However before dessert comes dinner and that’s where SpanThai is the ideal stall to check out. They’re a fusion blend of Thai and Spanish dishes, and are the Night Noodle Markets’ longest standing resident – so in my eyes they’ll have it down pat. 

Their menu has Thai style entrees, pad see-iew and their most popular offerings – the pad thai and fresh mango with stick rice and coconut sauce. YUM. And the Spanish influence comes in with their paella, which I think is always a people pleaser at markets. 

With the end of mango season approaching, this could be your last chance to enjoy everyone’s favourite fruit until the new crops roll back around. And by the looks of it, there’s plenty of mango in the serving. 


My favourite way to tackle the markets is going with a big group of friends and making a whole evening of it. Everyone picks different dishes, spreads apart to grab them then meets centrally to feast away. 

It’s the best way to try lots of different things (like deep fried fish with special sauce from Sambal Kampung or ayam curry from Dainty Dowager and Low Key Chow House for example as well as the aforementioned goods), and get a feel for what your tastebuds are craving. 

Go early, bring a light jacket and of course, make sure your appetite is coming to the party. With winter on the fast track our way, the Night Noodle Markets is a wonderful way to get some outdoor time while the weather is still on our side.

And make sure you leave the cash at home this year because stands are only accepting payment by card. Considering I never remember to go to the ATM, this is ridiculously convenient for me personally!

Don’t forget to share your experience on Instagram with #CelebratewithCiti to go in the draw to win some awesome foodie prizes too. 

Night Noodle Markets

Want the full list of stalls and dishes on offer? Here you go!

Stall holders Menu items Description
(Menulog delivery option available)
Spicy fiery fillet slider Spicy fiery fillet slider, chilli coriander mayo (halal)
  Sticky whiskey pulled pork Sticky whiskey pulled pork, shu tiao
Bao Stop
(Menulog delivery option available)
Bao trifecta Chicken, pork and duck bao
  Duck fries Fries with shredded peking duck and peking duck sauce
BlackStar Pastry Strawberry cake Almond cake, rose cream, watermelon strawberries, rosepetals (gluten free)
  Creme brulee gelato Traditional creme brulee gelato
  Cake smash gelato  
Donburi Station Donburi (beef gyu don or chicken tori don) Japanese marinated beef or chicken dishes served on japanese rice
  Japanese fried dumplings (gyoza) with edamame Pork or vegetarian authentically fried japanese dumplings (6 or 8), served with japanese green salted beans (vegetarian option)
Gelato Messina Great balls of fryer Spiced banana gelato, deep fried, mango pudding, passion fruit caramel
  Thai and stop me Thai milk tea gelato, choc raspberry puree, chocolate caramel dip rolled in roasted cocoa nibs
  Pavrova Lychee meringue, coconut & pandan sorbet, kaya (pandan custard), raspberry marshmallow, yuzu puree
Hoy Pinoy
(Menulog delivery option available)
Inihaw na manok BBQ chicken skewer
  Inihaw na baboy BBQ pork skewer
  Kanin Steamed rice served with atchara (vegetarian, vegan, gluten free and halal)
  Liempo Slow smoked pork belly served with rice
  Chicken adobo Served on fries
Little Kyoto Yakisoba Japanese fried noodles (vegetarian)
  Tebasaki Japanese style chicken wings
  Pork belly wrapped rice balls Rice balls wrapped in pork belly with traditional japanese sauce
  Phorrito Pho soup flavoured beef in a burrito
Low Key Chow House + Dainty Dowager Saigon black pepper patties Char grilled pork patties served in crisp lettuce cups (gluten free)
  Ayam curry with rice Boneless malaysian style chicken curry served with rice
Miss Chow’s Dumplings Slow cooked beef cheek with jasmine rice Served with shiitake, carrots and brocolli
  Chilli wonton Hand made wonton, served with chilli sauce
  Pan fried dumplings Pork, chicken & vegetarian (vegetarian option)
  Peking duck delight Roast duck crepes with cucumber, spring onion and house made hoi sin sauce
Saigon Eats Banh mi Vietnamese roll with grilled pork and asian salad
  Goi cuon Fresh rice paper rolls with prawns/grilled pork and noodle salad (gluten free)
  Roast pork noodles Fried rice noodles with asian greens and crispy roast pork (gluten free)
  Lemongrass lamb cutlets Chargrilled lamb cutlets served with asian slaw (gluten free)
Sambal Kampung Deep fried fish fillet with sauce & rice Deep fried fish fillet with our special sauce and rice on side
  Prawn & pork dumpling Dumpling with prawn mince & pork mince mix together
  Roti caina with curry chicken Malaysian flat bread with curry chicken
  Curry chicken on rice Curry chicken with potatoes and steam rice
Shallot Thai Crackling pork noodle Roasted pork belly in caramelised sauce with boiled egg noodles.
  Thai fish cake  
  Chicken satay roti roll Chicken satay & mix salad with peanut sauce wrapped in roti bread
  Green curry chicken on rice Green curry paste& vegies with coconut milk
  Chicken satay skwers Marinated chicken with peanut sauce
(Menulog delivery option available)
Thai entrees Vegetable spring rolls & samosas (vegetarian option)
  Chicken & chorizo paella Saffron chicken & chorizo rice dish
  Chicken pad thai Rice noodle,chicken,egg cooked with pad thai sauce serve with wedge of lemon garnished with bean sprout and green spring onion and roasted crush peanut
  Pad see-iew Vegetarian option or with chicken light honey sauce (vegetarian option)
  Garlic chicken & jasmine rice Classic garlic stir fry chicken dish served with steamed jasmine rice
  Fresh mango & sticky rice With coconut sauce
Taiwan Noodle House
(Menulog delivery option available)
Taiwanese noodles Taiwanese hand pulled noodles topped with 5 spice beef broth, 16 hour cooked brisket, sui yuk crispy roast pork belly, char siu roast pork and steamed chinese vegetables
Teppanyaki Noodles
(Menulog delivery option available)
Teppanyaki noodles Japanese stir fried noodles
  Teriyaki chicken fantastick Chicken stick with teriyaki sauce
  Yakisoba Stir fried noodles
Twistto Twistto Korea style twisted potato on a stick (vegetarian, vegan, gluten free and halal)
  Twistto Various flavoured tornado shape potato on a stick (vegetarian, vegan, gluten free and halal)
(Menulog delivery option available)
Lucky panda Fresh baked waffle with maple syrup & black sesame (halal)
  Lucky fortune Fresh baked waffle with caramel syrup, lychee & icing sugar (halal)
  Bangkok night Fresh baked waffle with warm nutella & icing sugar (halal)
  Dancing dragon Fresh baked waffle with melted chocolate & icing sugar (halal)

Note: this is a sponsored post promoting SpanThai and the Night Noodle Markets. 

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