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Agathé Pâtisserie

Agathé Pâtisserie

If you are at South Melbourne Market are fortunate to not see a long queue at Agathé Pâtisserie then I highly urge you to rush over quickly and grab any pastry still available.

Night Noodle Markets 2018

Night Noodle Markets 2018

It's the main reason most of Melbourne has made their way to Good Food Month over the last couple of years, and in 2018, the ever-popular Night Noodle Markets are back — and they're bigger than ever.

Warrendyte Riverside Market

Warrendyte Riverside Market

The sun is out, the skies are blue and the roof is off, it is time for a drive out to Warrendyte Riverside Market for some fresh food and plently of window shopping.

South Melbourne Market

South Melbourne Market

A visit to South Melbourne Market after a clean up from the dentist is something to look forward to.

Night Noodle Market

Night Noodle Market

Melbourne Night Noodle Market has dishes from $5 - $15 and over 50 Asian food stalls to choose from – you will find yummy food from Korea, Vietnam, China and India to Malaysia, Burma and Nepal. Grab some noodles, a beer or coffee and chill to the sounds of Melbourne’s DJs. Entry is FREE!

South Melbourne Night Market

South Melbourne Night Market

It is the last night of the South Melbourne Night Market as summer comes to a close.

Noodle Market

Noodle Market

This year I found someone to accompany me to the Noodle Market and it was a lot more fun.

South Melbourne Market

South Melbourne Market

I went to the Imperial Hotel on Bourke Street to watch Manchester City play in the FA Cup final and there was a good turnout with loads of blues from England. It was a good night until the end of the game, I regret sending this tweet not asking for extra time. I also lost my Myki card on the way home to top off a bad night which you need in Melbourne to travel on the trains and trams and it had at least $30 on it.

Australia Day

Australia Day

Saturday was Australia Day so I was not expecting anything to be open. The weather was hot so I thought I would run out to grab some lunch before it got hotter. When I walked past Prahran Market I found the place busy than I had ever seen. The butchers all had BBQ's and were cooking up every different type of sausage you could think of. I was in heaven :)