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GOURMET FESTIVAL: from bread ends to the best of international gastronomy

Mark your calendars for this weekend! Once again this year, gastronomy lovers must visit Millenaris Park to attend the OTP Gourmet Festival, between May 16-19, exhibiting the county’s best restaurants, confectionaries and wineries. The festival also introduces current delicacies and the best of international gastronomy. This year’s highlighted themes at Gourmet Festival will be Paprika, bread ends, and beer. Do not expect soups, ragus and bread ends! Beside of International Gastro Stars, like LEE JONG KUK, KONSTANTIN FILIPPOU or MAX STIEGL, exclusive lunches and dinners and 18 other programs at the Gastro Stage are waiting for you!

EXLUSIVE LUNCHES AND DINNERS
There are a limited number of spaces for the exclusive lunches and dinners, so book your ticket in advance HERE

  • Friday, May 17, 7pm 
    RUSSIAN DINNER – TWINS GARDEN
     
  • Saturday, May 18, 1pm
    SPARKLING WINE LUNCH – FERRARI TRENTO & STAND RESTAURANT
     
  • Saturday, May 18, 4pm
    FERRARI SPARKLING WINE MASTERCLASS 
  • Saturday, 18 May, 7pm
    DINNER WITH KONSTANTIN FILIPPOU 
  • Sunday, May 19, 12pm and 3pm
    SPRING BREEZE: AUTHENTIC KOREAN LUNCH WITH LEE JONG KUK 104

GASTRO STAGE PROGRAMS

Firday, 17 May

  • Award-winning chilis: from a small garden to worldwide success – Chili Hungaria Manufactory and GaBko Chili
  • Cocktails in gastronomy – Societé Budapest and Grey Goose & Martini
  • From Noma to Tirana – Bledar Kola (Mullixhiu, Tirana)
  • The meeting of cultures – Konstantin Filippou** (Vienna)

Saturday, 18 May

  • Kamut, nem kamu! – Artisan Bakery
  • Csíramálé from Köveskál – Kővirág Restaurant
  • Cooking is child’s play! (A főzés gyerekjáték!) – István Pesti (Platán Restaurant)
  • Cake as a painting canvas – Alexandra Horváth (Egy csipet torta – A pinch of cake)
  • Mastery of Asia – Jenő Rácz
  • Art and passion on a plate – Lee Jong-kuk (Lee Jong-kuk 104*, Seoul)
  • Russian taste rethought – Ivan and Szergej Berezutszkij (Twins Garden, Moscow)

Sunday, 19 May

  • The croissant story – FREYJA bakery
  • From ear to tail – Max Stiegl (Gut Purbach, Burgenland)
  • Beer and gastronomy – János Szilva (Borsodi), Dániel Bart, beer writer, Dani Varga (Aum Restaurant)
  • Mangalica from the producer to the table – Zsóka Fekete and Szilárd Tóth
  • New York’s new ambassador of Hungarian cuisine: Jeremy Salamon
  • Ádám Pohner (Kistücsök) and the Bocuse d’Or team
  • Gourmet award ceremony and closing toast

Daily tickets are for 15€, which you can buy online HERE. What does it include?

  • Spiegelau wineglass
  • Electrolux Street food bite
  • Young wine-maker of the Year wine tasting
  • Grand Tokaj Late harvest 2016 wine tasting
  • Stella Artois, Leffe, Hoegaarden or Belle-Vue Kriek beer tasting
  • Jameson Whiskey tasting (for the first 500 guests of the day)
  • Rauch Juice Bar 0,33L fruit juice (for the first 1000 guests of the day)
  • Esterházy Green Veltliner or Esterházy kékfrankos tasting (for the first 500 guests of the day)
  • Shows and tastings on the Gastro stage
  • Programs for children

For more information visit GOURMET FESTIVAL’S WEBSITE

And how was it last year? Here you can watch the official aftermovie of 2018:


Text and photo: Gourmet Festival Press

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