So you have been at the beach every day for the last 7 days, your tan is so brown by now it will warrant an entry into one of those fitness competitions. You are tired from all the restaurants you have spent many many nights and $s during those cold winter months. What to do?
Well answer is simple – Sydney Night Noodle Markets.
With many stands of delicious food to choose from, you will enjoy a family friendly afternoon in the shade with some mates or family or that special someone.
Markets are located in Sydney’s picturesque Hyde Park overlooking Westfield tower and other Sydney signature sky scrapers. This is also a yearly event and is usually set up during October.
October is actually a great month to be in Sydney – there are so many events to look forward to – Manly Jazz Festival, Octoberfest, Noodle Night Markets and if you like something more dressy there is always a day at the Races.
I won’t go into details of all the delicious treats you can taste at the markets but be rest assured that you will find something that you will like. We decided to go for traditional dumplings which were superb.
For all those who also need to quench the thirst there are plenty of beer tents around the market and even a whiskey tent which was certainly a highlight of the evening.
For VIPs and clients there is a City Bank tent where you can get a table and be all prim and proper while eating your noodles or dumplings.
For everyone else there is plenty of grass and a number of sitting areas where you may just be able to find yourself a great spot.
The best thing about this event is that you can bring your kids or your dog so no need to panic if your nanny has been suddenly whisked away on a trip to Bali – this is a family friendly event and so everyone is welcome…
Except for paparazzi which I was accused of being by some guy when trying to take this picture from a little bar area above. Clearly I look like I was there to take photos which I did and so I took it as a compliment 🙂
Anyways for those in Sydney be sure to go check it out and for those travelling to Sydney add it to your list of things to see.
For more information on the event check out this link below:
As always thanks for visiting and stay tuned for next week’s post on a beautiful Sangeet evening celebrations for two very special people who will be joining their lives soon. For those who are not familiar with Hindu wedding tradition, Sangeet is the night of song and dance which usually takes place a few days before the wedding. I am looking forward to photographing this special evening and excited to share my experiences with you all.
Maria Flash Photography