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Richmond Night Market, Richmond

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  • There seems to be a hype about it, but it's pretty much a pricey outing, as it included an entrance fee, and the food isn't cheap. For those who wish to experience how an Asian night market is like, i...  more »
  • We got to the market minutes after opening. Long line of cars filling the parking lots. Being from out of town, the $25.00 superpass seemed like a bit pricey (why are we spending money to get into a p...  more »
  • Don't get me wrong, but you have to be prepared to go there. Is very very full all the time. But is a place you can find all kind of food, from the most elaborate to the simple grilled cheese. Not onl...  more »
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  • Way over-hyped. Arrive to giant 2hr long lines, buy lane skip pass to bypass the lines and actually save money (assuming you use all 7 entry passes), makes no sense but anyway. Go inside and it's beyond packed, line for the potato stick place was monster, think it took about 30 minutes to get one potato stick for $6 because everyone was just pushing and shoving for no reason. Games area is all just $5, but you can't really get anything for $5. You have to spend at least $20 if you wanted even the chance to win something decent. I'm used to paying $2-5 and having a CHANCE to win something good. They were also almost all pure luck games (bar two ball throwing games and a ladder one), much more fun playing the ones which are 50% skill 50% luck. Food was good in general, but it was a bit of a lucky dip if you picked a stall with good food or picked a stall with a 40 min wait for crappy food.
  • Line gets longer, wait times lengthier, and entrance fee increased every year.. so why don't they add more booths? So they can sell more "zoom" passes which have their own line lol. 7 passes pretty much guarantees you will come and be forced to buy another pass and with savings of cents.. All marketing.. no service.
  • A great centralized location of Asian foods to sample. There's a large selection of savoury and sweet to choose from. You do need to pay admission to enter and the parking lot gets rammed.
  • Had lots of fun, great place to hangout with friends. Lots of street food and cool things to buy! But, I would avoid driving, the line up getting in is crazy
  • Queue to get in was well managed by security. The food and atmosphere was great. Family friendly venue. Extremely busy when I went.