Twilight Hawkers Market

Twilight Hawkers Market – 4.5/5

Twilight Hawkers Market - 4.5/5 Every Friday night, Forrest Place in the city transforms. Sleepy little Perth resembles a bustling food market filled with music, shiny lights and delicious smells from dozens of food stalls and trucks. Whilst there are lots of options to whet your appetite, there are definite crowd favourites. The lines at El Asador are longer than the wafts of smoke coming from their huge Weber bbqs cooking up Argentinian meats. Popular also is the Satay on Charcoal stall, serving up Malaysian satay sticks to those patient enough on Friday afternoons to wait. Last time, we chose to try Simply Paella, after spying their huge bubbling paella pans. The seafood paella had pieces of spicy chorizo and loads of calamari. The smaller sized dish was both moreish and filling. Drop by Pica Bar or BarPop in the Urban Orchard in Northbridge (just take the walkway through the train station) for a drink or two after dinner.

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Every Friday night, Forrest Place in the city transforms. Sleepy little Perth resembles a bustling food market filled with music, shiny lights and delicious smells from dozens of food stalls and trucks.

Whilst there are lots of options to whet your appetite, there are definite crowd favourites. The lines at El Asador are longer than the wafts of smoke coming from their huge Weber bbqs cooking up Argentinian meats. Popular also is the Satay on Charcoal stall, serving up Malaysian satay sticks to those patient enough on Friday afternoons to wait.

Last time, we chose to try Simply Paella, after spying their huge bubbling paella pans. The seafood paella had pieces of spicy chorizo and loads of calamari. The smaller sized dish was both moreish and filling.

Drop by Pica Bar or BarPop in the Urban Orchard in Northbridge (just take the walkway through the train station) for a drink or two after dinner.

Forest Place, Perth

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