The Night Noodle Markets is once again on Sydney’s doorstep, locked in to take over Hyde Park for eight nights of tasty treats and people wandering around the park over and over, trying to make up their minds on what they want to chow down on.

After 15 years of transforming the CBD’s parkland into a hectic mini hawker-style metropolis of street food and drinks, the markets will send it to the dogs for one night only with the Night Poodle Market, on Saturday, October 12.

You can cop a $5 ticket for your four-legged mate to come along and enjoy the spoils of the markets with you, and if you register before the night your best mate cops a little treat for being a very good dog.

There will be a pet photographer at the park for the Night Poodle Market so you can snap a pic with your bestie before you both hook into a snack from one of the many stalls, and all proceeds from the dog day evening will go to RSPCA NSW. Dogs helping dogs, we have no choice but to stan.

2019 is also the last year the Night Noodle Markets will be held in Hyde Park, so it’s a great chance to send off the last 15 years of the market with a bang before it heads to bigger and better pastures in 2020.

On the menu for this year’s Night Noodle Markets there are delicious treaties and signature dishes from the likes of Flying Noodles, Mr Bao, Okonomiyaking, and Biang Biang Noodles.

Puffle will also be back with their KFC-inspired and Cheeseburger puffles, which both look equally as delicious and food-coma-inducing.

Oh and my fave, Twistto. It’s chips on a stick, people. The best meal that one can buy at any kind of market or festival.

CHIPS. ON. A. STICK.

On the sweeter side of things, you’ll be able to tuck into delights from Waffleland, Kumokumo Souffle Pancakes, and Fry’D Ice Cream, to finish off your evening at the Night Noodle Markets.

Kings of the market sweetness, Gelato Messina, is set to make a big return this year too, bringing Thai-influenced desserts to the table that’ll likely knock your socks off. Think plenty of tropical fruit, banana, and condensed milk.

Sydney’s Night Noodle Markets kick off on Friday, October 11 from 4pm, so get your wishlist down pat and figure out your best market strategies by checking out all the grub-slinging stalls over on the market’s website.

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