Get ready Melbourne, we’re bringing our JAPANESE GAMESHOW dessert tent straight to Birrarung Marr. Complete with FOUR exclusive new desserts AND the USELESS WHEEL of SPINNING HAPPINESS – both useless and happy making at the same time; what more could you need?
Well there is more actually… we’ve got two sites this year.
UPPER TERRACE: MESSINA’S JAPANESE GAME SHOW
KAMIKAZE KATSU SANDWICH – $12
Our deep fried gelato katsu sandwich! Sudachi lime gelato coated in red velvet cake and panko crumbs sandwiched in fluffy white bread with yuzu sauce
AUNTY TOMSU’S CHEESECAKE – $12
Japanese cheesecake, strawberry & cherry blossom cream, strawberry meringue, strawberries & strawberry gelato
I THINK I’M TURNING SESAME – $12
Black sesame gelato, condensed milk coffee jelly, miso crunch, banana miso bread, vanilla cream and coffee powder
O-NO-GIRI – $10
Green tea gelato & pistachio mousse dipped in rice bubbles & white chocolate
LOWER TERRACE: MESSINA’S SUPER SPEEDY EXPRESS MOBILE
Our beloved Van will be selling the OH-NO-GIRI + we’re bringing back a crowd favourite – IT’S SHER-BERTH-DAY.
IT’S SHER-BERTH-DAY – $10
White chocolate lined cone filled with mango sherbet, vanilla cream & mango jellies – dipped in white chocolate.
All this is happening exclusively at the Night Noodle Markets in Birrarung Marr, Melbourne, 9-26th October. Each of our menu items is custom made, in house in the Messina kitchens. Good Food Month made this video about the HUMANS OF MESSINA making your desserts here.
Roll up roll up for the useless game of spinning happiness! Every time the bell rings, one lucky customer at our stand will be chosen to spin the wheel of USELESS SPINNING HAPPINESS! Will you win the ‘high quality’ take away chopsticks? Could it be the Hello Kitty Tattoo sourced from the exclusive EBAY? Or perhaps the bag Lucky Bag of intriguing yet Useless Prizes? Behold….the USELESS SPINNING HAPPINESS will tell your fortune!
** We reserve the right to change the rules in this useless game.
Night Noodle Markets open on Thursday 9th November at Birrarung Marr, Melbourne. More info here