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Night noodle markets attract huge crowds

10 Dec 2013

Night  noodle markets attract huge crowds Image

Alexandra Gardens played host to the Noodle Night Markets in November with crowds swarming to sample tastes from several of Melbourne’s leading Asian eateries.

The warm weather made the gardens an ideal location for lazy afternoons.

Restaurants with stalls included Chin Chin, Longrain, Izakaya Den and Mamak.

The event has been held in Sydney but this was the first time it had come to Melbourne. Given the response, it wouldn’t be surprising if we saw it again next year.

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