'Taste Åland' Pop-up Restaurant 2022, by Embassy of Finland in Budapest, 21 May

  • 13 May 2022 12:52 PM
'Taste Åland' Pop-up Restaurant 2022, by Embassy of Finland in Budapest, 21 May
After a long break, the Finnish pop-up restaurant TASTE Åland brings Finnish flavors to Budapest again! Enjoy street food delicacies and a laid-back atmosphere in the courtyard of the Finnish Embassy on Saturday 21st of May from 13.00 to 16.00!

From the organisers:

Organized for the 9th time, our popular food event will be having an Åland-theme. Åland is an island group in Finland that is celebrating its 100 years of autonomy. To commemorate this, we have invited chef students all the way from Åland to cook authentic Åland island delicacies for visitors at the event.

Dine & Drink:

Street food from Åland – options for vegetarians and meat lovers alike – as well as tasty dessert prepared by the students of Ålands Vocational High School. Pastries and coffee are sold by the Nordic style bakery nor/ma. Try some wine by Rejiji Pince or buy your favorite Finnish treats from FinnFood.


Check out the exhibition 'Månblå himlahav' by photographer Timár József and Ålandic poets Carina Karlsson, Sanna Tahvanainen and Katarina Gäddnäs. Do some shopping at the yard sale organized by the Finnish school in Budapest, try the Finnish throwing game Mölkky or release your inner asphalt chalk drawing artist (not only for kids!). The atmosphere is completed with live music.

The event itself is FREE, but make sure to bring some cash for food and other shopping!

By participating, you help us do some good too. Team Finland donates the proceeds from the event to the children of Ukraine through UNICEF Hungary.

The event is a part of FinnAgora and the Finnish embassy’s Team Finland and is organized in cooperation with: Ålands yrkesgymnasium, Budapestin Suomi-koulu, Rejiji Pince, FinnFood and nor/ma. We are financially supported by Svenska Kulturfonden.

TASTE Åland pop up restaurant is a part of the Eleven Tavasz festival organized by Bartók Béla Boulevard.

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