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This was the second time I'd been to the Rotorua night market and loved it again. From 5 - 9pm two sections of the main street are closed off to cars and filled with food stalls, craft/gift stalls and entertainers. Incredible choice of cuisine -...More
The market is open every Thursday night. It's actually a international market, you can easily find food from different cultures: European, Asian, Mexico, Korean, Spain, Japanese.......
Live music is wonderful. Lots of seating area with beam bags tables and chairs.
We managed to go here twice for our stay (lucky us) and it was great! We tried the fries booth which was good, the dumpling booth which was great, the hot pocket booth which was all right and we got cupcakes as well which were...More
These markets are held on a Thursday night in the centre of Rotorua. There are plenty of choices to choose from to eat. They accommodate all types of diets. The food is reasonably priced and fresh. There are stalls selling locally grown fruit and vegetables...More
If you are in Rotorua on a Thursday evening....make sure you visit the Night Market.
Two blocks of great street food and something for every taste...even the pickiest of eaters in our youngest child.
We tried the pad thai, paella, chicken satay sticks, tornado potatoes,...More
A good range of simple street food and craft stalls open on Thursday nights in the centre of Rotorua. The whitebait fritters and dumplings are a must do! Really impressed by the team keeping the whole area clean and removing rubbish before it overflows -...More
This was an unexpected surprise, lots of great street food. I was expecting lots of souvenirs and junk but it was almost all food and great value. The dumplings had a big line but it moved fast and they were excellent.
Just about to go the the night Market again to find it was only held once a week, which was last (Thursday) night. SHAME
It was great, nice atmosphere with music, craft stalls and wonderful food stalls. We opted for a so tasty Paella and...More