Canberra Night Noodle Markets returns for 2022 with Flying Noodles, Wonderbao, Mr Myagi and more | Canberra time


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The capital’s beloved Canberra Times nighttime noodle markets are back, offering a variety of Asian dishes for Canberrans to enjoy all week. The markets did not take place last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but made the trip again and to a new location. They will be at Parkes Place West Lawns, just off Questacon, for their return to the capital. Fan favorites like Flying Noodles and Wonderbao Stalls will return to the family event, alongside local Canberra eateries like Korean BBQ King, Korbq and Donburi Station. Melbourne Japanese fusion restaurant Mr Myagi will make its Canberra debut. For the adults, there will be the Aperol Spritz Kombi bar and a Dan Murphy’s Zero% bar on deck to help break down all the noodles. Festival spokeswoman Eliza McCrossin said organizers expected large crowds during the week-long event. “We had such an enthusiastic response to the news that events had returned, so we are delighted to welcome Canberrans back to enjoy a taste of global catering, right on their doorstep,” he said. she stated. “The Canberra Times Night Noodle Markets are an iconic foodie event – and vendors have been waiting a long time to welcome customers back.” What you need to know: Friday’s opening night coincided with the lifting of the mask mandate for most Canberrans, and means those who frequent the markets throughout the week will not be required to wear masks – but customers are asked to wear a mask if they wish. Ms McCrossin said adding an online ordering system would help keep crowded queues to a minimum and bolster existing COVID safety requirements. Using the Mr Yum app, those wishing to order from one of the stalls will only need to scan a QR code and can complete the online ordering process. “Our new partnership with Mr. Yum means visitors will be able to order through the app and skip the lines,” she said. “The added security of the event taking place outdoors means that guests can relax and feast as they please.” The weather office has predicted showers throughout the weekend and into early next week – so keep umbrellas and raincoats handy. Register to attend the markets here.

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