Budapest's Chinatown, at the Monori Center, opened its 7th street food night market with an eye-opening kungfu presentation, as this gallery shows.
This opening performance included 18 award-winning programs by 22 visiting Chinese professional kungfu players from the city of Xuzhou, the renowned Town of Kungfu, featuring various techniques and traditional weapons. Also the audience were amazed by the Chinese lion dance.
Click here to read more about the event and market
Just like in previous years the 2019 night market will be open every evening from 17:00 to midnight, until early September. This year, a total of seven authentic Asian food stalls will serve signature dishes from all parts of China, as well as Japan and Vietnam.
Some of the most exciting new food options include jianbing (Chinese crêpe), takoyaki (octopus ball), and dapanji (Xinjiang chicken stew), and also an even broader range of Sichuan classics. Several vegetarian-friendly options will also be available.
Click here to visit Budapest's Chinatown online.
Monori Center, Budapest's Chinatown
1107 Budapest, Jegenye u. 30.
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- 13 May 2019
- Li Haodong
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