There are so many staple eats here at the Night Market, here are a couple that we keep gravitating to. These photos were taken by Nathalie!
Chicken Popcorn – its an absolute must – they are situated in the ‘middle’ lane of the night market, it’s a small stand that specializes in it. Every year I must get it and every year, it’s just as tasty.
Next stop – Georgio’s Pinoy BBQ. Since my dad cannot bbq at his place, this is the closest I’ll get to delicious Filipino BBQ. If you haven’t tried Filipino BBQ anywhere – you MUST. It’s just so good.
Since we skipped the huge line and went “VIP” – we beelined for the rotato potato tent. I’m not going to lie, I love it – I don’t think I’d stand in line to wait for one or pay the price for one, but it is a delicious treat.
Mango Slush. Find this tent – we didn’t take a photo of the tent itself but we embarrassingly went back 3 times in one go for it. It’s just SO GOOD. Make it an item on your Night Market To-Do List!
Nathalie was finding for a crepe and we found one in the first lane of food – the Japanese Crepe Sasuke. I love that a lot of the vendors here yell random things, and this tent had one of the funnier catch lines.
Badukanyaki used to be one of my favourite food trucks – I would say it was probably one of the first original food trucks before food trucks became a big deal. It is now owned by a different company and the takoyaki’s are slightly smaller than they used to be, but still enjoyable.
Another must for me is the Taiyaki – I always get the fish shaped red bean cake. I love it. I feel like it’s one of those things you can’t get anywhere else unless you’re at the night market (maybe you can nowadays, but I always save this for my night market run).
I’m sure you’ve passed this Lemon Stand where they serve lemon water, but if you haven’t – it definitely is a nice refreshing beverage. Again, I don’t know if I would personally pay $7 for lemon and water, but if someone else is paying, I’d definitely order it! Josh ordered the limeade, it glowed a mysterious green.
Other than the delicious eats, the Night Market offers a variety of different things for sale – from mops, to rc cars, tshirts and onesies to stationary. Back in MY day, I visited the Night Market to pick up cute stationary I would use for school the next year.