The ONLY Stalls You Need To See At The Sydney Noodle Markets
Every year, the Night Noodle Markets grace us with their long and slimy presence. I mean that in the most endearing way possible.
While some of us are adventurous and make the most of the tasty delights Sydney’s finest culinary experts have on offer, some of us make a beeline straight for the pad see ew and dim sims - because it’s just a bit too overwhelming.
Well, we’ve made it easier for you this year.
These are without a doubt the only stalls you need visit.
The Peking Duck Fries from Bao Stop
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Like, is this even real life? It’s duck pancakes minus the pancakes, plus the hot chips.
Raindrop Cake from Harajuku Gyoza
There has been buzz around rainbow cakes, which are literally made out of watery-jelly substance that looks like a breast implant. It’s supposed to taste a lot better, though.
Lobster Fries from House of Crabs
Think delicious crispy fries, doused in lobster gravy, packed with bacon, cheese and corn. I can’t even deal right now.
Nutella Roti Canai from Mamak
Yes. The delicious buttery bread you love, topped in delicious nutella for a dessert that will linger lovingly on your tastebuds for days.
Hot and Cool Deep Fried Caramel and Coconut Gelato With Passionfruit Caramel from Gelato Messina
I don’t even know how to begin to describe this. I think the name pretty much says it all, right?