'Taste Finland Pop-Up' In Budapest, 11 May

  • 6 May 2019 4:21 PM
'Taste Finland Pop-Up' In Budapest, 11 May
This annual initiative brings Finnish street food delicacies to the capital of Hungary via a Pop-Up Restaurant. You can enjoy unique flavours and a laid-back atmosphere in the courtyard of the Finnish Embassy on Saturday between 1–4pm.

Food & Drink Choices:

Finnish street food – options for vegetarians and meat lovers alike – as well as tasty dessert prepared by the students of TAMK - Tampere University of Applied Sciences.

Breads and pastries by the new nordic style bakery nor/ma.

Try some wine by Rejiji Pince, the best coffee in town by fekete or delicious ice pops by Anjuna Ice Pops.

Program:

Check out the Food Affairs photograph exhibition by the Finnish photographer Alli Ikonen.

Do some shopping on yard sale organized by the Finnish school in Budapest, try the Finnish throwing game Mölkky or release your inner asfalt chalk drawing artist (not only for kids!).

The atmosphere is enhanced by a DJ set with chilled music.

The programme is free!

Make sure to bring some small cash for food and other shopping.

Profits Donated

FinnAgora donates the profits of the event to the volunteer program of the Auróra house project. Auróra is a community space in Budapest that combines culture, community, civil activism, and entertainment.

Date and time reminder:
Saturday 11th May from 13:00-16:00

Address: 
Embassy of Finland in Budapest
1118 Budapest,  Kelenhegyi út 16/a.

More: 
Finnagora.hu
The event is a part of FinnAgora’s and the Finnish embassy’s Team Finland work and is organized in cooperation with: TAMK - Tampere University of Applied Sciences, Budapestin Suomi-koulu, fekete, Rejiji Pince, nor/ma, Gold&Green, Anjuna Ice Pops and Alli Ikonen.

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