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Fat Noodle is launching a three-month series celebrating Asian street food Fat Noodle is launching a three-month series celebrating Asian street food Fat Noodle is launching a three-month series celebrating Asian street food Fat Noodle is launching a three-month series celebrating Asian street food Fat Noodle is launching a three-month series celebrating Asian street food Fat Noodle is launching a three-month series celebrating Asian street food

Fat Noodle is launching a three-month series celebrating Asian street food

Anyone who has travelled to Southeast Asia, particularly Vietnam, can attest that the street-food scene is some of the best in the world. Those wishing to experience this culinary melting pot of flavours or recreate a gastronomic journey already ventured can do so at Fat Noodle at Treasury Brisbane, which come July 1 will be hosting a three-month series celebrating Asian street food.


Southeast Asian countries are known for being a foodie’s dream, with their cities boasting locally run food carts that serve up simple yet specialised taste bud tempters. The sidewalks of Southeast Asia will take centre stage at Fat Noodle at Treasury Brisbane over the next three months, as chef Luke Nguyen takes diners on a tasting tour of authentic flavours from across the region. The Fat Noodle Street Food Series will kick off in July with a month-long celebration of Vietnamese cuisine, celebrating its sense-tantalising qualities through a menu of authentic yet elevated street-style dishes.

Drawing upon his own Vietnamese heritage and experiences travelling across the country, Luke has crafted a limited-edition menu of snack-sized delicacies that trace a path across Vietnam. Diners will be able to dig in to the likes of chargrilled scallops in spring onion, pork and lemongrass skewers, green-tea-smoked duck with vermicelli noodles, and pumpkin flowers stuffed with prawns and dill. After Vietnam, the series will look to spotlight other Southeast Asian countries, with August dedicated to the tastes of Thailand (hello, drunken noodles with prawn and Thai fish cake). Finally, September’s spread will be centred around Malaysian flavours, with chicken and prawn curry laksa and stir-fry chicken with snake beans and chilli relish set to be plated up.

Keen to take your taste buds on a holiday? Bookings for Fat Noodle can be made via the Treasury Brisbane website.

This article was written in partnership with our friends at Treasury Brisbane. 

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