Peel Street is about to be transformed into a giant tasty Asian street food festival.
The first edition of Festival Streetfood Montreal will play host to 30 of the city’s Asian restaurants, aiming to “seamlessly blend the best qualities of food festivals and traditional Asian night markets.”
The theme of the inaugural event will be centred around South East Asian cuisine and will feature other delectable creations from Taiwan, Japan, Korea, and China.
“Our goal is to promote local Asian cuisine while offering our take on what a Montreal night market experience should be,” reads the festival’s Facebook page.
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The street food fest will be showcasing authentic dishes from all over Asia, “masterfully crafted by 30 of Montreal’s most popular Asian restaurants.”
As if you needed more reason to go out and buy some stretch pants, the list of participating local spots is quite impressive:
- Ca Lem
- Ichigo Ichie
- Kim Hour
- Tran Cantine
- Kokoro Sushi
- Les Street Monkeys
- Mon Ami
- Le Mekong
- Restaurant Thaïlande
- Cuisine de Manille
- Chatime and many more.
The event will highlight “more than 100 street food creations from takoyaki, BBQ squid, and pad thai to tornado potatoes and fresh mango papaya salad.”
The weekend will also have artists, special performances, and family-friendly games throughout the site.
The food fest will cost $2 to enter and the majority of grub will be priced from $3 to $5 with high-end items going for 7 to $8.
Organizers remind foodies that only cash will be accepted at the door and for individual purchases.
When; August 23-25
Time: 5 pm – 12 am (Friday), 11 am – 12 am (Saturday), 11 am – 10 pm (Sunday)
Where: 600 Peel Street
Price: $2 admission