When? 26 May 2017 – 28 May 2017
What time? Fri-Sat 12:00-21:00; Sun 12:00-19:00
Where? Vysehrad Park, V Pevnosti 5b, Vysehrad, Prague 2.
How much? Adults 550czk. Children (0-6yrs) free
This year the Prague food festival is back for its 11th year, taking pride of place in a large outdoor setting at Vysehrad Park. The annual Prague Food Festival is the No. 1 gastronomic event in the country, celebrating the culinary skills of the top chefs from all over the Czech Republic.
You will find extraordinary local and international dishes using only the best local ingredients. There will be an abundance of stalls serving traditional czech beers and wines, and tickets include 10 tokens to exchange for food and drink sampling. There is even a children’s area so you can guarantee a fun packed day out for the family.
Some exciting stalls to look forward to…
Producing nuts of the highest quality, unique through both their taste and size. You will be able to try various flavours such as chilli, cheese, BBQ, zaatar, onion and lavender.
The Swiss LINDT chocolate Masters are real experts in their field. They always strive to create chocolate which will melt softly in your mouth and will captivate your every sense.
Hummus princess is a young Prague brand of home-made hummus which emphasises mainly simplicity and taste of each batch.
Bohemia Sekt is an established and award winning Czech producer of sparkling and traditional wine from the town of Starý Plzenec.
There will be cooking demonstrations and workshops aplenty, so when you’re not sampling away and enjoying the beautiful outdoors, you can try your hand at preparing dishes from food experts including the ever popular Apetit recipes. Look forward to a demonstration of how to prepare a delicious yellow curry by the wonderful chefs at Mandarin Oriental, as well as beer tasting with Lobkowicz Beer Expert Academy.
If that wasn’t enough to persuade you to head to this fantastic event, the kind organisers of Prague food festival are donating 10 CZK from each ticket sold to the Akshaya Patra Foundation. This wonderful charity aims to provide Indian children with at least one warm meal a day and thus enable them to attend school.
Buy tickets for the festival here.