|Crave Night Noodle Markets, Hyde Park, Sydney|
Running for another two nights in Hyde Park north (near St James station) to conclude their extended run this year, the Noodle Markets continue to grow in size, taking over more and more of the park with new sponsor areas, more food stalls and more seating (with a variety of improved quality chair settings!).
|Citibank VIP area|
|Eat Art Truck at the Night Noodle Markets|
|Chat Thai stall|
|Mu bhing and sticky rice from Chat Thai|
|Fresh young coconut juice from Chat Thai|
|Som tum from Chat Thai|
The papaya shreds, green beans, peanuts and cherry tomatoes form a refreshing, yet still spicy salad, with thanks to a fresh, red birdseye chilli. The sticky rice also worked well to temper the heat of the som tum.
|Barbequed corn from Kinn Dining|
|Soft shell crab and chicken satay from Kinn Dining|
Kinn Dining also had some of the most generously-sized chicken satay I've ever seen - huge cuts of chicken breast that made the bamboo skewers bend under its weight. These were served with a creamy, coconut-ty satay sauce, in the same dish as the soft shell crab for my carrying convenience.
|One of The Morrison bars|
|Roti making at Mamak Village|
It was impossible to not join the queue at Mamak Village, watching the incredible roti making show. How the roti chef flings and swings the uber-thin dough, even boomerang-ing the round flat dough in the air, is a wonder.
However, the end result roti canai and curry sauce weren't the best I've tried while the airy otak otak fish cake was singular and minute.
|Food stalls at Night Noodle Markets|
|Rekordelig Cider Bar|
|Crave Night Noodle Markets|