snifter

Asia Fest Oct 2-11 2015

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    Info on it all here

     

    http://www.asiafest.com.au/

     

    Its at Rymill Park in the city. Some friends are helping out at the event and says its been good so far.

     

    If you like Asian food or want to find out (and taste?!) more, plus some other events, including kids entertainment, this might be worth a visit.

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    It's not far from where I work so I'm thinking of taking a long lunch and going along for a look one day.

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    We tried to go into the Noodle Night Market on Friday evening but there were huge queues (and security guards doing a one out-one in thing) so we just headed back up to Rundle Mall; I suspect if you didn't have 3 hungry children in tow it would have been a pleasant evening out.

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    We tried to go into the Noodle Night Market on Friday evening but there were huge queues (and security guards doing a one out-one in thing) so we just headed back up to Rundle Mall; I suspect if you didn't have 3 hungry children in tow it would have been a pleasant evening out.

     

    I was intrigued by the Night Market, but the reviews seemed to support what you've just posted, @ flossybeth. I'm impressed that security were so proactive, but I'm going to wait until next year. Hopefully by then they'll increase the area, seating options etc.

     

    It's another example of a wonderful festival which has just grown and grown! Go Adelaide!

     

    :notworthy: LC

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    We tried to go into the Noodle Night Market on Friday evening but there were huge queues (and security guards doing a one out-one in thing) so we just headed back up to Rundle Mall; I suspect if you didn't have 3 hungry children in tow it would have been a pleasant evening out.

     

    We went with some friends on Saturday night to the Noodle Night market around 5.45pm and just walked in and there was plenty of spare seats. It was probably because it was Grand Final Day and there were less people around in the city, so it worked out well.

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