Your guide to Brisbane's Night Noodle Markets

Grab your jumpers and get ready to warm up your bellies at the Night Noodle Markets Brisbane. Returning to South Bank’s Cultural Forecourt from 25 July – 5 August, it’s a feast for the senses! Read on to plan your visit.

Night Noodle Markets

Where to eat

Whether you’re a savoury fiend or a sweet-tooth all the way, you’ll find a palate-pleasing dish at the Markets. Pic by @goodfoodmonth


Feast on bao, noodles, skewers and a wide selection of tasty dishes available from the following stalls: Bangkok Street Food, Bao Brothers, Donburi Station, Grumpy G's, Hoy Pinoy, Kin Chen, Little Kyoto, Little Red Dumpling, Phat Elephant, POKLOL, Puffle, Sambal Kampung, Shallot Thai, Steamed Dim Sum, Teppanyaki Noodles, Twistto - The Original Korean twist potato, Wagyu, Yan Can BBQ and Zagyoza.


Finish off your meal or just skip straight to dessert - sweets are also covered with stalls from: Black Star Pastry and N2 Gelato, Puffle, Gelato Messina, and Waffleland.

Whet your appetite with this sample selection

Teppanyaki Noodles

Teppanyaki Noodles

Fresh is best at Teppanyaki Noodles with delicious dishes made with veggies, meat, free range eggs and served on Sanuki Soba noodles (one of the most famous noodle brands in Japan). Topped off with their original special sauce. Pic by @goodfoodmonth

Sambal Kampung

Sambal Kampung

Hailing from Melbourne, Sambal Kampung packs some heat and serves up filling and flavoursome dishes from Chinese and Malaysian cuisines. Their San Choy Bow was a crowd favourite at the recent Perth Night Noodle Markets. Pic by: @goodfoodmonth

Black Star Pastry

Black Star Pastry

These fruity, sweet sensations are back to dazzle your tastebuds and your Insta feeds. Producing beautiful handmade desserts almost too pretty to eat, Black Star Pastry uses no flavourings, dyes or anything unnatural in their food. Tasty desserts that are healthy too! Pic by @goodfoodmonth



Spoil yourself silly with insanely decadent waffles and shakes from the Waffleland Food Truck. Freshly baked waffles with warm Nutella and seasonal fruit on a stick, you had us at waffle! Pic by @goodfoodmonth

To view the tantalising food stall menus, head to the Good Food Month’s official website.

Essential info

Parking is available at South Bank’s Little Stanley Street car park, the BCEC and QPAC – check out our parking page for pricing. If you’re catching the bus, train or CityCat in, check out our public transport page.

All stalls at the Night Noodle Markets accept debit and credit card – there will be no ATMs in the Night Noodle Markets area – this is a cashless event. Cash cards can also be purchased on the night to the value of $50 from the information hub.

Night Noodle Markets is a licensed event, so BYO drinks are not permitted. 

There will be a range of wines available from the unique Brand’s Laira Cellar Door, James Squire craft beers and new to the markets this year - Amplify Kombucha.

Dogs are allowed at the markets, though they must be kept on a leash and be at least 20m from food areas at all times. 

If for any reason the markets are cancelled due to wet weather, a notice will be published on the Good Food Month Facebook page.

South Bank is a proudly accessible precinct – disabled car parks are located in the Little Stanley Street Car Park and the Cultural Forecourt is accessible by wheelchair. Check out our accessibility page for more info.

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