Chinese New Year Street Food Market

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Chinese New Year Street Food Market at St Ann’s Square, City Centre, 26–29 January 2017, free entry - Visit now

A red, richly draped marquee in St Ann’s Square hosts some of the city’s best purveyors of Chinese food and drink during the festival: Yang Sang, Dim Sum Su, Rice Bowl, Mei Mei’s Street Cart and Tampopo. They’ll serve up a delicious selection of a traditional festive dumplings, steamed buns (Gau Bau), a street food dish called Jianbing, and dim sum favourites. Plus, to mark both the start of the Year of the Rooster and its 40th anniversary, keep an eye out for Yang Sing’s activities – dim sum-making workshops, competitions and prize giveaways focused on family, friends and food all feature.

Chinese New Year Street Food Market at St Ann’s Square, City Centre

26–29 January 2017
Free entry

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