Xpat Report: Budapest Kitchen Show

  • 7 Mar 2016 8:00 AM
Xpat Report: Budapest Kitchen Show
This year’s kitchen show, 4-6 March 2016, had everything you could ever want to make your kitchen the new favourite room in your home. There were kitchens the size of your average flat in Pest and fridges the size of the kitchen in that same flat.

From retro to modern, wood, granite, stainless gleaming counters that you would never use for fear of losing that brand new look, every type of option and accessories you could wish for, there was even a fridge covered in denim material, Italian of course.

In between all of the stands were interactive units where you could taste the latest coffee or make your own smoothie. The 'Taste of Budapest' counters proved very popular, various TV cooking celebrities and chefs preparing traditional food that is currently being served in the top restaurants around the city. There were also live cooking shows and presentations throughout the day on the main stand making it easy to see why this is one of the most popular expo events of the year.

As well as everything you could ever need or want to pretend you’re a kitchen God, the expo also gave you a chance to have a glimpse into the future with various items not yet available on the market. The Dyson stand was especially futuristic with their latest humidifiers and vacuum cleaners (do not let them hear you calling them hoovers!) and representatives eager to show you the amazing technology involved.

The Budapest Kitchen Expo certainly does what it says on the tin, and even if you are not looking for a new kitchen or a frying pan that will outlive you this expo has lots to keep you amused and your caffeine levels high!

Related Article:
Simplicity & Elegance, Kitchen Show, Budapest Sportaréna, 4 - 6 March

Words and photos by Arthur John

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