It’s all about food, culture and community at Lakemba’s hugely popular Ramadan Nights market. The food festival, which takes place every night for the month of Ramadan has announced its return this month and visitors can expect a range of cuisines from around the world at the bustling event.
The beloved foodie fixture in Sydney has previously seen a turnout of more than a million visitors from across Sydney and Australia. Famous for its diverse cuisine, this global food bazaar spans a few streets across the suburb of Lakemba and you can get your hands on everything from camel burgers to biryani, delicious jalebi and knahfeh and so much more. Cuisine from Indonesia, Burma, India, Pakistan, Lebanon, Cocos Islands, Syria and more will be highlighted so this is your chance to get a taste of these rich cultures on your doorstep.
More than 75 local businesses will transform Lakemba’s Haldon Street into a vibrant foodie hotspot every evening from Tuesday, March 21 to Thursday, April 20, from dusk until 3am.
Head out west and experience the same exuberant energy, delectable food and unforgettable experience the event has offered in previous years. The Ramadan Night markets are pretty busy and public transport is recommended. You’ll find the markets just a few minutes away from Lakemba station. There are also free shuttle buses which will be running every night from 6.30pm-12.30am.
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