The tongue-tingling sensations of cuisines from all around the world will come to an end this weekend, as one market shuts shop for the cooler months.
World Street Eats, held every second and fourth Sunday of the month, will have its last market of the season on April 11 at Civic Square.
The market celebrates and pays homage to cuisines from all around the world.
The final market will have some surprises in store for its patrons, with dancing from both the Latin communities in Hobart and Launceston, as well as performances from SwingMania, and Tassie Tenor.
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Event organiser Pearl Chinthammit said the Street Eats team wanted to bring a little bit more fun than normal to the community for the event.
"We will be having a fun time this Sunday, and the weather is looking really good," she said.
Emily McClarron, from of SwingMania, said the group would be doing the swing dance style from the 1940s, as well as partnered dancing and choreographed routines.
"We have a mixture of what we will be showing," she said.
"Often we can get general members of the public to come and join in on the dancing, which we always welcome."
The Latin American Film Festival will also make an appearance at the market, promoting the upcoming 16th year of the festival.
Elena Chagoya, of the festival, said she was excited to share their culture with others at the festival.
"We are very lucky because we have a community in Tasmania and in Launceston that love art, culture, and the flavours [of cuisines]," she said.
Sunday will have eleven stallholders in attendance, so there will be plenty of food to taste test.
Ms Chagoya said there may even be Latin recipes given out to community members to have a go at when they got home.
"[The market is] beautiful because it's multicultural," she said.
Though initially the market found the COVID-19 restrictions difficult, Ms Chinthammit said it grew easier as time went on.
She said the market had also been lucky with good weather for most of the season.
Ms Chinthammit said next season's market would be announced when plans were finalised, but the community could expect to see it back in September or October this year.