IT’S TURKISH DAY AT PRESTON MARKET

Another exciting Cultural day is close to show time.
Experience the real Turkey without having to take a 20 hour flight from Melbourne. 

Packed with live entertainment such as traditional Turkish belly dancing, folk music & dance. 
Indulge your taste buds with Turkish cuisines such as Gozleme, Manti, Lokma and more. 

Where: Preston Market
When: Saturday 2nd September 2017
Time: 10am – 3pm

To become a stallholder you can download the application here Preston Market International Day’s Stall Application.
Please return all completed applications to reception@prestonmarket.com.au

Live Entertainment:

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Melbourne Belly Dance 

10am – 11am

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Zourouna

11am – 12pm

Istanbul Entertainment

12:30pm – 2:00pm

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Ekol School of Arts

2:15pm – 3pm 

Confirmed stallholders:
(Applications are still under review, we’ll be updating this regularly)

 

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St. Gerry’s

Turks will know this as Lokma except with a modern twist. We can’t wait to try these!

 

Mel’s Turkish Delights

Homemade Turkish delights made by Mel. Flavours ranging from rose, orange, mint and more!

  

Authentic Turkish Coffee

Dating back to the times of the Ottoman Empire is Turkish Coffee cooked on hot sand. Can’t get more authentic than that.

D’lish Turkish Street Food

A favourite Turkish cuisine are those little dumplings called Manti that will make an appearance on the menu as well as Borek & Fish

Daily Fresh Gozleme

One of our long time running Market traders will be serving their traditional Gozlemes. Freshly made on the spot! Choose from Sucuk, Chicken, Beef or Cheese.

Sweet Lokma

Another regular of the market located in the food court with delicious Turkish sweets. Specialising in Lokma and also serving finger licking baklava and tolumba.
Not only that they’ll also be getting smokey on the BBQ with Adana served in a wrap or Shish on a stick served with salad.

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