Reconciliation Place will once again transform into a bustling Asian street food festival when The Canberra Times Night Noodle Markets return for an extended stint from February 28.
Due to popular demand, the markets will run over 11 nights serving up a vibrant flavour journey through Asia, tasting new creations, dynamic flavours and signature dishes from hawker-style stalls from around the country served alongside live music, DJs, and lion dancing.
Local favourites to feature include Korbq, Donburi Station and Superbao. They will be joined by multicultural flavours from around Australia from Hoy Pinoy, Gelato Messina, May's Malaysian Hawker, Wonderbao, Bangkok Street Food, Twistto, Flying Noodles, Teppanyaki Noodles, Shallot Thai, Satay Brothers, Chinese Dim Sum King, Mochi Donuts, Waffleland, The Pham Sisters, Raijin, Poklol x Puffle, Chur Burger, Wok Master and Bao Brothers.
The stallholder menus will be revealed in February.
As part of Canberra Good Food Month, the markets will run until March 9.
Other feature events include a dinner with GOMA chef Matt Blackwell at Monster Kitchen and Bar; chef Louis Tikaram at Lanterne Rooms; ARC Dining's Alanna Sapwell at Rebel Rebel Dining; and the annual Young Chefs Dinner at Aubergine.
There will be a series of Let's Do Lunch events, which will also be announced in February.
The Canberra Times Night Noodle Markets run from February 28 to March 9. Monday-Friday, 5-10.30pm; Saturday-Sunday, 4-10.30pm. Reconciliation Place, free entry.