Vyšehrad will host the 12th edition of Prague Food Festival on May 25 to 27.
This annual outdoor food festival promotes quality gastronomy and the best local ingredients. The festival features not only the country’s finest restaurants and chefs but also non-industrial food and beverage manufacturers and importers, farms and family businesses.
Each restaurant offers appetizers, soups, main courses, desserts and a specially-curated festival menu, highlighted by test-taste booths with coffee, chocolate, wines, beer and other delectable items. The festival has its own currency, the Grand, which can be used to buy food and beverages.
Theme cuisine is reflected in the accompanying program, including wine testing, bartending school, learning how to pour beer on tap and discussions with interesting guests.
In its 12-year history, the Prague Food Festival has been located in many different places. In 2007 it was in Kampa Park and Museum Kampa, in 2008 at Slovanský Ostrov and Žofín, then between then Charles and Manes bridges and partly on the Vltava river. The past six years have been spent at the Royal Gardens of Prague Castle.
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