Queen Victoria Market: Your one-stop shop for produce this Orthodox Easter


Orthodox Easter is almost here and Queen Victoria Market is brimming with all the produce, goodies and gifts you need to celebrate on Sunday, May 5. 

Dairy Hall

Queen Vic Market has your feast covered. Find a huge selection of eggs plus egg dye kits, egg wraps, stickers, displays and gift boxes at The Eggporium. Browse the traders in the Dairy produce hall and discover deli delights including cured meats, cheeses, olives and artichokes, along with specialties like ricotta stuffed peppers from Queen Vic Deli, dolmades from Dianne’s Delights and Greek-style sweet brioche bread, called Tsoureki, from Hellenic Deli.

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Queen Vic Market has 27 butchers preparing for the Orthodox Easter weekend. From premium lamb cuts, including roast leg and coveted shoulder or rack, to Vic Meat Supply’s handmade gourmet sausages and marinated Greek Lamb, there’s something to delight every palate this Orthodox Easter.

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Look no further than the fish hall for a centrepiece for your Orthodox Easter gathering. From locally sourced salmon, oysters, and fresh prawns to indulgent options like Moreton Bay bugs and blue swimmer crab Queen Vic Market’s fishmongers have curated a lavish array of options for your celebration. Need assistance in creating a standout dish? Don’t hesitate to consult knowledgeable traders for expert advice and inspiration.

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Fresh Produce

With more than 40 fruit and vegetable stalls, you won’t be short on options. Seasonal roasting varieties are in abundance and will serve as great accompaniments for Orthodox Easter feasts – look out for Brussels sprouts, carrots, potatoes, pumpkins, parsnips, rhubarb and beetroot. 




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