New venue for Night Noodle Markets as Perth celebrates Good Food Month in April…

Good Food Month presented by Citi in association with City of Perth returns to Perth this April, for the sixth sensational year, with inspiring chef collaborations that will bring together home-grown talent from around the country to celebrate Perth’s evolving dining scene.  

2020 marks a brand new location for the Night Noodle Markets – moving to one of the City of Perth’s most exciting and newly developed precincts, Yagan Square. From 25 March until 5 April the Night Noodle Markets will transform Yagan Square into a bustling Asian street food festival. 

Venessa Cowell, Head of Nine Food Events said this year’s Perth Good Food Month was significant in a number of ways.

“We are very excited about moving to the vibrant heart of the city at Yagan Square for the first time and we are extremely proud of being able to combine the culinary talents of some of Australia’s top chefs with some very talented West Australians in a particularly creative way.

“We are also thrilled to be able to again provide a showcase for some of the West’s brightest young chefs,” she says.

Presenting Partner Citi is offering their customers a 20 per cent discount on tickets when customers pay with a Citi card. Tickets are limited and are available until the allocation is exhausted.

Presale tickets on sale to subscribers of the Good Food Month e-newsletter and paid subscribers of WAtoday from 9am AWST Tuesday 11 February for 48 hours or until presale allocation is exhausted. 

General admission tickets and Citi 20% off tickets on sale 9am AWST Thursday 13 February and available at or until allocation exhausted. 

Exclusive Good Food Month Events…

GOMA x Yarri x Wildflower | Moana Hall, 618 Hay Street | 7pm, Thursday 2 April | Tickets $230 

Tickets include multiple courses with premium wine and beer.

We’re kicking off Perth’s Good Food Month with an artful ode to Australian produce. Combining three of the restaurant world’s most talented minds in native-ingredient cooking, Matthew Sartori (Wildflower, Perth), Aaron Carr (Yarri, Perth) and Matt Blackwell (GOMA, Brisbane), this multi-course chef’s dinner in historic Moana Hall will change everything you know about seasonal eating. 

Lulu La Delizia x Fico x Tipo 00 | Moana Hall, 618 Hay Street | 7pm, Friday 3 April | Tickets $170 

Tickets include multiple courses with premium wine and beer.

Its Italian night at Moana Hall, and some of Australia’s best pasta chefs are in charge. In one of Good Food Month’s tastiest celebrations, the collaboration will see Joel Valvasori-Pereza (Lulu La Delizia, Perth), Federica Andrisani (Fico, Hobart) and Andreas Papadakis (Tipo 00, Melbourne) bring their Italian cuisine know-how from all corners of the country for this unmissable feast. 

High Tea with Adriano Zumbo | Shadow Wine Bar | 1:30pm, Saturday 18 April | Tickets $160 

Tickets include a multiple course high tea with premium wine and Pimm’s.

We’re making high tea cool again. In what is sure to be the sweetest collaboration this year, celebrity patissier Adriano Zumbo is bringing his renowned dessert masterpieces to Shadow Wine Bar in an exclusive high tea for Perth Good Food Month. The team at Shadow Wine Bar will satisfy guests with their savoury signatures, while Zumbo will take the reins on the sweet side of things, whipping up decadent plates of confection perfection.

Young Chefs Lunch presented by Citi | Garum | 1:30pm, Sunday 19 April | Tickets $150 

Tickets include four courses with premium wine and beer.

The next generation of Perth’s fine-dining chefs are coming in hot, and we’ve collected the best and the brightest for an exclusive Young Chefs Lunch at this year’s Perth Good Food Month. Taking over the kitchen of Guy Grossi’s Garum restaurant, these rising chefs will be cooking up a four-course menu under the expert guidance of Garum’s head chef, Stefano Pingue.

Perth Night Noodle Markets | Yagan Square | 25 March – 5 April | Free Entry

The highly anticipated Night Noodle Markets are taking over Yagan Square for twelve sizzling nights. Food lovers can embark on 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 Fry’d and Kumokumo will be joined by multicultural flavours from around Australia from Hoy Pinoy, Wonderbao, Bangkok Street Food, Calabang, Twistto, Flying Noodles, Teppanyaki Noodles, Shallot Thai, @Roll Up, Waffleland, Raijin, Poklol x Puffle, Donburi Station and Bao Brothers. 

Night Noodle Markets at Yagan Square Opening Hours:

Monday – Wednesday: 5pm – 9pm – Thursday & Friday: 5pm – 10pm – Saturday: 4pm – 10pm – Sunday: 4pm – 9pm.

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