Eat Street Markets










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Opening November last year at Hamilton Wharf, Eat Street Markets is one of BrisbaneGiggle & Hoot & Friends On Stage. Read more … »’s newest and most exciting market experiences. Every Friday and Saturday evening from 4pm to 10pm you can be have your senses assaulted with the taste of amazing and varied cuisine, vibrant colourful markets and great live performers. 

Food: 9 (good, interesting variety)  Ambience: 8.5 (would be a 10 if it wasn’t so busy)



 Eat Street Markets Reviews

We ate at Gozleme World – great value and beautiful flavours. We shared a spicy meat & a spinach and feta Gozleme. Very satisfying with the 2 dips on the side and some fresh lemon. It took a while for them to be made but definitely worth the wait! Loved the atmosphere, very relaxed and casual. Lovely eating and listening to bands even early in the evening. We left as it was getting busy around 8pm. It was lovely to walk around browsing the stalls full of quirky hand made crafts. I purchased some funky handmade antique silver spoon jewellery for a very fair price. Hoping to go back this weekend. – Alyson – Arana Hills

Been there a few times. Very Very Very crowded. Food was OK. Atmosphere was really good although if you have someone with you on the Autism spectrum, they would find it very overwhelming as they would get overloaded with the different smells, sounds and would find it too crowded. I have had things like dumplings, Greek and Buffalo Pie and croc snags. All OK – just not sensational. – Anne Marie

We went a few weekends ago. It was incredibly busy. We got there fairly early… before 5pm and there was already a crowd. The food is definitely worth it though. Peking duck crepes, Pork belly Okonomiyaki, crepes ambrosia… I would love to go back and eat my way through the other stalls eventually! The markets themselves were ok, just like most markets. But the food… Smile – Sarah

Eat Street Markets Location

Off Macarthur Street, Hamilton – see map below




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