Richmond Night Market, Richmond

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  • October 3, 2017
    Oodles of Asian food. Sushi, dim sum, skewered meats, seafood. Come with an appetite and Canadian cash. We visited near the end of the summer market season, so a few booths were closed. Still a lot of...  more »
  • October 3, 2017
    Every summer, we go to the night market in Richmond. We brought a pass card that is good for seven visits, which will gives us over three visits for the family ( toddler is free). There are fun games ...  more »
  • October 2, 2017
    I went here with the intention of eating some good Asian food. Much of it is seafood and tasted very good. I started with barbeque oysters and takoyaki (like an octopus fritter). Lots of good dishes t...  more »
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  • July 1, 2017
    Food is always good, a few new stalls this year. Chicken and the fries were both really tasty. Pro tip: don't wait in line for hours - go with a group of friends or meet some strangers and buy the fast pass. 7 admissions for $25 and there is no line. You can save any unused passes as well.
  • June 30, 2017
    An amazing array of East Asian delicacies. The prices are high but in line with the festival atmosphere. The venue is extremely crowded and we waited a almost an hour to get inside. My favourite was the coffee in a bag and meat skewers. Carnival attractions are fun for the kiddies but not as amazing as the food. Very cheap admission.
  • July 4, 2017
    It is fun to try a bunch of food (and there is good food there!) and you can find things you didn't know you needed at reasonable prices (this is my yearly spot to buy cute socks). But... it does get crowded, expect lines to get in and lines for food (recommendation: go in a group using a single zoom pass), and don't expect healthy food! It's best to go with at least 4 people so you can make the most out of food sampling.
  • June 20, 2017
    A pretty touristy thing to do when in Richmond. There is an admission fee (but it's really nothing, especially if you end up eating in there). They mostly sell food and misc. goods, like socks, fidget spinners, cell phone cases, etc. They also have live musical performances. It's a good idea to bring cash to this, because most places only take it exclusively as a form of payment. You will be overpaying for almost any food item in there, but you will have fun.
  • June 20, 2017
    Definitely better now than it was a few years ago. Very organized, lots of parking and people directing traffic to help things run smoothly. Lots of yummy options for food and drink. Sort of annoying that some popular places were closed (the Rain Bulb and the bus that sells deep fried chocolate bars) when you're only open 3 days a week for a few months of the year I think you should be open on those days but I understand things happen.

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