Suzuki Night Market, Queen Victoria Market
Night market has come and gone. Over the three months in which it was held, I’m sad to say that I only managed to go once. Despite having to push through hordes of people and the massive queues for virtually all food and drinks, it all becomes worth it when you finally get your hands on some food!
A very lively atmosphere. On a warm night especially, there’s something that feels perfect about being here. I especially love the multiculturalism embodied by the various food stalls and even the market stalls.
Korean potato twists. Chicken salt and barbecue flavoured.
Ant’s Dumplings. So many dumprings!
Malaysian pork and mushroom dumplings with a touch of hot sauce. I wouldn’t know what Malaysian dumplings were supposed to taste like but these tasted like normal dumplings to me!
Chicken quesadilla with guacamole, sour cream and salsa.
Nepalese vegetarian dumplings. I can’t recall exactly but going by the green, it’s probably safe to assume that these were the vegetarian ones.
Dutch pancakes with cream and jam. I just felt like scones after eating a few of these. Must have been the the cream and jam!