Thousands of late night revelers flocked for a few delicious late night feasts in the holy month of Ramadan.
Streets in Lakemba, in Sydney’s west, transform into a food festival where street stalls sell many different foods for the breaking of the fast, known as Iftar.
Stalls begin to sell food items from about 4pm and continue into the early hours of the morning, just before Muslims must start their fast again.
Family and friends walk up and down the busy streets to experience the delicious traditional food and drinks on offer.
People will be able to try main dishes such as kebabs, burgers, mini meat pizzas, and corn on the cob.
Desserts include the famous and delicious Knafeh, traditional Middle Eastern baklava, chocolate coated strawberries and marshmellows, and fairy floss.
Non-Muslims are encouraged to visit and experience the variety of foods on offer in this special month.
Monstrous burgers of chicken, meat, or kafta (minced meat mixed with spices and/or onions) prepared, with baklava sweets (above) for a little snack
Ramadan, is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar and is observed by Muslims all over the world.
One of the five pillars of Islam, Ramadan is a month where Muslims commemorate the first revelation of the Quran to Prophet Muhammad.
Muslims spend the day fasting from sunrise before having their first meal, Iftar, at sunset.
They are allowed to eat a few minutes before sunrise, known as Imsaak.
After 30-days of fasting, Muslims have a three day celebration known as Eid al-Fitr.
Friends and family get together, and exchange gifts, money and share their meals.