There are a wide variety of stalls at this market selling meats, fruits and vegetables, breads, eggs, popcorn, plants, clothing, honey, cured meats, coffee beans, teas, skincare and makeup. There are also a good selection of international food - Turkish Gozleme, Gourmet Pies, Indian rotis and dosai, Chorizo rolls, Empanadas, Organic Bacon and egg rolls, tea and coffee carts, juice and smoothies - there was plenty to choose from. Note to self: do not have breakkie before visiting the market.
This was the 1st stall we came across as we entered the markets. We could smell the freshly popped corn and it was irresistible. We had to buy a small bag of Sweet and Salty popcorn. There were other flavours too - Chocolate and Cinnamon as well as Spicy.
We bought some mushrooms from the Mushroom people. Love the fresh variety - Wild Pine, King Brown, Shimeji, Swiss Brown, Woodear, Oyster, Enoki, Chestnut, Flat and Button. We bought the last Wild Pine (a lady came 10 seconds later and was disappointed), Swiss Brown, King Brown and Flat mushrooms to make Mushroom soup.
We bought some organic beef rissoles and wagyu and mushroom sausages from the Free Range Butcher. Friendly folks who cooked some beef sausages for everyone to sample. The sausages were delicious, packed with flavour and no fat. You could taste the difference in the quality of meats used.
These two lovely Indian ladies were making Indian rotis or Masala Dosais. Love her sweet smile, so obliging for the camera.
Love the cymbidium orchid plants sold by this friendly guy.
Our girls have already decided what they want to eat there. It'll be a tough decision for Chris and I - bacon and egg roll or Chorizo roll. Decisions, decisions, decisions...