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Taste Of International Food Festival In Victoria Market

Too many stalls to choose from, really this looks like an International Food Festival to me!  Imagine having all these food stalls every Wednesday evening in Victoria Market, if given an opportunity, it would take me many weeks to partake all the food here.
How about Spain food?
Southern Indian food...
I guess we could skip these since we have lots of Indian food in Malaysia...
France....
Polish Dumplings...
Looks like our "shanghai dumplings"...
Sorry, no pictures of the dumplings...
I forgot what this is but it certainly reminds me of our own local Satay!
Now what is this?  Sorry... I couldn't recall....
Must be something milky and cheesy....
ahaaa... I found Malaysian food stall here... but no, we didn't buy any...
Now where is this from.....
Choosing the food may be difficult, finding a place to sit is more difficult!
That is a real problem..... 
So what's next?? "What to eat...where to sit?"
Never mind, take a picture first... decide later!

Part of the stalls we passed by and still not deciding what to take.... really... too many choices make decisions very difficult...  There are a few rows of food stalls, we couldn't get to finish walking all of them.  Some stalls have long queues... I guess the food must be nicer if the queues are longer, right?


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  1. Oooooo....Victoria Market!!!! A must-visit place in Melbourne. Heard so much about it, everyone was talking about it...but I've never been there. Sobssss!!!!

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    1. Oh, I thought you have been there before... yes, it is a Must Visit place...

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  2. Such a crowd. Must be very warm. Looks like a food court with lots to choose from. Spoilt for choice. In the end, manage to get a table & seat or not?

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    1. Yes, managed to... must share tables... otherwise no way of getting one..

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  3. Yakitori ? Pretzels? Awesome! How much did the paella cost btw?

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    1. Beats me... hahaha... I didn't go and check out the prices...

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  4. Just buy a very small portion from different stall to try out the taste?

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    1. Cannot buy small portion one... all comes in one go...

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  5. Wah Claire, you are keeping us all in suspense here. Did you all manage to get seats? What did you all buy to eat in the end? Can't wait to find out in your next post.

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    1. Sorry Mun, seems there are too many pictures to put up and that has to wait...

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  6. yeah, too little can be a problem and too many can also be a problem, haha!! errr, but you may be wrong the Indian food could be a lot different from what we have in Malaysia.. but then of course, i will also skip those and find those that i have never seen or eaten before.. polish dumplings?? ah, something new..

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    1. The dumplings look like those Shanghai dumplings to me so we skipped those too... pan fried...

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  7. hmmm, difficult to find a place to sit?? reminds me of our food court here, must have somebody sitting there to take the seats and others to go buy the food.. but then would it be better to just eat there right in front of the stall and then move on to another?? now, that's more street buffet~ :D

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    1. SK, same goes to the food court here when it is crowded...

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    2. That was what we did... two ladies sat and the two gentlemen went to get the food... let them choose in the end...

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  8. Wah, if I were there, I will sure don't know which stall to choose!!

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    1. That was why I prefer to find seats and let the young choose the food... I see also pening..

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  9. For people who are planning to visit, I think the night market is only on during summer.

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    1. Oh really.... then must go during summer time to experience this!

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  10. When there are many choices of foods, hard to decide what to eat ya...

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  11. Guess which picture I kept scrolling back to look at...
    It's the meatballs in cheesy cream sauce!!
    Gawd, that looks so delicious... You belif if I say I can finish 30 meatballs?

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    1. Seriously???? For your size, I thought you could eat two or three only! :p

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