Canberra Times Night Noodle Markets Returns In 2022 With New Location, Parkes Place West Lawns | Canberra Times

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It’s official – the Canberra Times Night Noodle Markets returns this month. And what’s more, it has a new location. A highlight of the capital’s calendar of events, the markets move across the road from its original location, transforming Parkes Place West Lawns into a lively Asian street food festival from 25 February to 6 March. While the larger venue certainly proves to be useful during COVID times, Nine Food Events manager Venessa Cowell said the change was a long way off for the popular event. “One of the things that people often say is that we need more space, we want to be able to sit and have a picnic,” she said. “From an accessibility perspective and for people to be able to easily move around the site, the bridges that connect the two sides have just reached the point where we were at our capacity and we want to move to have a better experience. for the customers. ” On what will be the first Night Noodle Markets in the capital since 2020, Canberrans will have the chance to enjoy sizzling, sweet and spicy meals and bites. Local legends such as Korbq and Donburi Station, along with crowd favorites, Gelato Messina, Wonderbao, Hoy Pinoy, Teppanyaki Noodles, Flying Noodles, Twistto and May’s Malaysian Hawker are just some of the stalls lined up and more are expected to be announced in the coming weeks. This year’s markets will also feature pop-ups, including a Dan Murphy’s Zero% Bar, an Aperol Spritz Kombi Bar, a Gage Roads Beer Garden and an Accor Hotels stall selling fairy floss, popcorn and coffee with the profits for charity. The markets have also teamed up with the Mr Yum mobile ordering system, meaning visitors can spend less time queuing and more time eating. READ MORE: “Having Mr Yum as a partner, we are excited about it because it solves a bit of a challenge for us, as it means people can order without showing up,” Ms Cowell said. “In our COVID world at the moment, that means people feel a little more comfortable.” People do not have to spend too much time in queues, and it’s also just more convenient if you want to order the extra Messina or extra drink , you can without having to line up again. “Our journalists work hard to deliver local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content:

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