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Immerse yourself in the intoxicating smells, sights, and sounds of the Wellington Night Market! A variety of authentic exotic food, shopping options and entertainment every night, located in the middle of the city on iconic Cuba Street. Every Friday...more
The night market was a cool little relaxed market with a good variety of street food, great musicians playing and a few market stores. Well worth a visit and a good place for a reasonable priced yum, easy dinner
Agree with most other reviews, this is a small market of a handful of food stalls. Much better off grabbing women local gourmet produce from a local store like new world or similar.
Not particularly appetizing fried foods from around the world. Small cramped spaces...More
As some reviewers have stated, the food wasn't particularly inventive nor was it that tasty. We bought a lamb curry wrap which didn't taste of very much - which is disappointing for an Indian stall. The Cambodian stall sold Satay, beef and pork baguettes which...More
As it was the middle of winter and so of course quite chilly outside, we didn't stop to leisurely wander through here. We were walking back to our hotel after dinner at 1 of the many restaurants on the street. There were enough vendors to...More
Held on two nights at separate locations, the Wellington Night Market is more food orientated than gifts.
Friday night the market is held in the Left Bank - a side alley off the pedestrian section of Cuba St through to Victoria St, just up from...More
I wandered upon this market while walking up Cuba street on a Friday night. I understand the market is held at different places on Friday and Saturday nights. It has a good selection of food options (around 15 or so plus the permanent restaurants that...More
Fiona and I came upon the market by chance whilst walking along Cuba street.
We had a quick walk through and it's worth a return visit to eat, listen to the music and explore the bookshop.
It was relatively quiet on a Friday night, and understandably so. Small market with a limited and expensive selection of street food. There were also a few stalls selling some generic notebooks/phone cases but that's about it. I wouldn't recommend a visit.