Food Trips: 5 of the Best Night Markets for Food Lovers
Where: Marrakesh, Morocco
Why go: A bustling historic square that serves as a market place and transforms into a food haven soon after the dusk sets in.
What to eat: The list of choices is extensive. But the tajines, grilled chicken and other meats, mint tea, and other exotic treats are among the best foods to try.
Shilin Night Market
Where: Taipei, Taiwan
Why go: One of the largest night markets in Taipei, Shilin Night Market is a popular go-to place for food adventures.
What to eat: Bubble tea, charcoal grilled meat, coffin bread, Dumplings, fish balls, fried milk balls, passion fruit cheese oyster, and pork paper among others
Suzuki Night Market
Where: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Why go: Happening every Wednesday of November to February at the Queen Victoria Marketplace, Suzuki Night Market showcases an extensive selection of foods and treats. From Spanish to Vietnamese cuisines and a lot more in between, this night market offers a wide array of culinary delights.
What to eat: Greek dumplings, Spanish paella, and so much more
Summer Night Market
Where: Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
Why go: Food and entertainment take center stage in this summer night market that feature over 200 food stalls.
What to eat: Gyoza, wheel cakes with custard and Nutella fillings, beef and zucchini-filled pancakes, bubble milk tea, pork dumplings, and smoked turkey drumsticks to name a few
Temple Street Night Market
Where: Hong Kong, China
Why go: The liveliest shopping and food destination in the city where you can find a wide array of souvenirs and other items.
What to eat: Chili crab, claypot hot-pot rice, fish balls, steamed fish, and wonton noodle soup