Cuisine from all around the world wasn't the only thing World Street Eats offered this weekend, with the market spreading Christmas cheer far and wide.
The event saw Tasmanian Violin & Harp Duo, Joanne Mitchelson and Hamish Pike, perform carols, as did the Vox Harmony City of Launceston Choir.
Mitchelson said the duo enjoyed getting out to perform again after a quiet period due to COVID-19.
"It's just lovely to see everyone out having a great time," she said.
Julie Davis, of Invermay, said it was "absolutely beautiful" to have the carols at Street Eats.
"We don't get to hear them much these days so it's lovely," she said.
"It makes you feel good."
Ms Davis was hoping the choir would sing her favourite Christmas song, Deck the Halls.
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Organiser Pearl Chinthammit said the Christmas themed Street Eats only took a few weeks to organise.
"I love it. It's really great to see people coming out and about and supporting the food vendors," she said.
Small Grain business partner Lydia Nakano said it was great to see people out and about at the event.
"It's fantastic. People have decorated themselves or their stalls for Christmas which is wonderful," she said.
"[It's a] great time to be giving, it's all about the spirit isn't it."
Mayor Albert van Zetten also attended the event.
"It's great to see Vox Harmony...[raising funds for the ABC Giving Tree Appeal] so we really appreciate that."
World Street Eats will be back December 27.