Eating in the Best Markets in Melbourne
Eating in the Best Markets in Melbourne
The markets in Melbourne are the best way to get a fresh taste of everything the city has to offer. It’s also a great way to talk to locals and learn more about their street food and produce! Here are the 3 best markets you have to visit in Melbourne.
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I just wanted to thank you for how well you presented the Dandenong Market. I’ve lived in the area my whole life and it’s a beautiful place despite what a lot of Melbournians say. Great good and even better people.
Interesting, but the sound is often bad.
Great video, well researched and if you ever come back to Melbourne you should come for the AFL Grand Final and a good Aussie BBQ (influenced by international flavours)
St. Albans and Springvale must go places for viet food.
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Its pronounced Mel-bn
Dandenong Market has amazing food, and their donuts are my favourite
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You should try the redlock donuts in Las Pinas 😀 tastes like the donuts
Some of the best food in the world in Melbourne!!
Nobody noticed there’s no commentary audio through almost all this video?
Ear a tomato raw like an apple? I don’t think so! Melbourne definitely looks like a bucket list level city. Aussie Rules Football is a definite plus.
Missed out on dandy donuts they are a staple!!!
And South Melbourne dimmys
Love hearing tourists pronounce Melbin as Mel-born lmao
More typically anti west suburb propaganda. Just shows how ignorant people are. The western (and to be fair northern) suburbs have significantly more diversity of food than any other parts of melbourne. God, just footscray alone has a larger variety of food than vic market, dandy and prahan (wtf why even bother going to prahan) combined. A few other points. 1. A lamington is a cake, not a pastry. 2. You eat sticky date with a spoon and cream you ding dong. 3. The produce at vic market is organic only in the loosest sense of the word. 4. victoria st richmond is really not worth going to – sure there is some ok food but by god the junkies there really ruin it, footscray, sunshine or st albans have far better viet food with a slightly lower junkie rate.
you really like to eat tahong/mussels hahhahaha
melbourne aus is where it’s at!
there is a lot of selfies, selfies, selfies, not interviewing stall holders and visitors and not covering the old yet vibrant South Melbourne Market – disappointing!
I’m filipino and I’ve lived in Melbourne my whole entire life. Good to see you showing people what Melbourne is about
It Night Market also happens in Summer not just winter.
South Melbourne market is great too.
The only reason Melbourne has such a foodie scene is because there is nothing else to do in Melbourne than eat or watch AFL… BORING!
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Try the hot jelly doughnuts in Dandenong Market. It’s so good!!!!!
I’m a city away from Melbourne so when I get there imma try this
surprised you got a table at the vic night market tbh
I grew up going to the dandenong market all the time, brings back memories
the food is great in melbourne!! expensive but great!!
You are delicious too Erwan!!!:)
I’ve been watching your vlogs for hours.I realized you’re so cute or it’s probably the effects of the camera. Peace xo
That Vic market is built on an old cemetery
Live and been there many time. His over rating it.
Lamingtons are a cake not a pastry. The jam in the middle is not traditional and chocolate, not strawberry, is the traditional coating. They are made from sponge cake (generally a couple of days old so that it can be handled without breaking up) cut into squares, dipped into runny chocolate icing and then rolled in coconut. Yum! Schools, hospitals, etc. often make extra money for a specific project by running a "Lamington Drive" where volunteers (mums and grandmas in the case of schools) make huge numbers of lamingtons and donate them which are then sold by the dozen. Also yum.
i love vietnamese roll.
one of the best viet roll i tasted is from smith st collingwood.
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I love Melbourne, I still need to see more of Australia not just Melbourne but even then I still haven’t explored all of Melbourne and Victoria.
Melbourne is such a disappointing city for food. Lived here almost all my life. Its all asian garbage. There is a distinct lack of beautiful cured meats, slavic stews, american steaks, english fish, italian breads or overall amazing european meats and cuisine. Salami. Cheeses. Sausages. Roasts and Charcuterie. All you generally find here is the same disgusting sweet’n’sour fried asian or disgusting soy with soy sauce with soybeans with rice oil and sesame. It is all also >horrendously< expensive compared to street food you’d find pretty much anywhere else overseas.
At least we have FrugalFeeds and Groupon so these same stores cant rip you off quite as badly as normal, but its still overpriced. The Vicmarket is a pure sham for prices though. $10-$30 a kilo for certain meats or even vegetables while the owner screams advertisements that put you off even approaching their stall, the same meats and vegetables that are left in the stuffy, overcrowded, mildew-damp and disgusting man-handled produce trays by the worthless human masses drudging by.