Shops & Markets Exploring the Richmond Night Market August 25, 2015 Photos by Barbara Tili, Vancouver Photowalks Captions by Alexis Baran Fresh fish marinated, basted, and barbecued whole is a seasonal favorite, including these red snapper. The lively murmur of a hungry crowd roams among sizzing, popping, clanking pans, and cashiers announcing the latest orders. The aroma of teriyaki meats and savoury steamed buns is an unmistakable staple of the night market. This onion flower is ready to be breaded and dunked into the deep-fryer for a crispy sharable treat. Salty-rich noodles and chewy fried squid are classic Asian street foods that are an absolute must-try. Food on a stick is the easiest way to enjoy a bite as you roam the booths for more. Wandering with an entire (mini) watermelon of drink is not just for the novelty, it saves a cup from the landfill. You won’t want to put it down once you start drinking it anyways. Wash it all down with a colourful beverage made fresh. We’re not done yet! A bevy of sweet treats and pastries filled and/or topped with favorites such as custard, Nutella, sweet red bean, chocolate, strawberry and more are ready to thrill your sweet tooth. Vancouver Photowalks hosts guided photography tours in Vancouver and neighbouring communities. Chinesenight marketRichmond 0 Related Posts Richmond, Vancouver and North Shore Markets June 9, 2023 5 Spots for Local Cheese in Metro Vancouver June 1, 2023 Steveston Spot Prawn Celebration’s Dine About Passport May 31, 2023 Comments are closed.
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