Budapest to host OTP Bank Gourmet Festival

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Hungary’s OTP Bank will be sponsoring this yearʼs Gourmet Festival to be held at Budapest’s Millenáris Park from May 12-15, and featuring many of the top chefs in Hungary, according to a press release issued today.

The festival will highlight Hungarian gastronomy from all over the country, while also presenting wineries, pálinka distilleries, breweries and confectioners, the press statement said.


The world-famous Bocuse d’Or chef competition is set to host its European Selection in Budapest just prior to the Gourmet Festival, where red deer and sturgeon will be the main ingredients of the competition, the press release noted. In honor of this prestigious event, game and fish dishes will also be served up in myriad ways at this yearsʼ Gourmet Festival.


“It is a huge honor for the Gourmet Festival to cooperate with this world famous competition as it provides a wonderful forum for representatives of Hungarian gastronomy, since the best chefs and international press can get to know the cream of the crop of Hungarian cuisine,” Károly Gerendai, founder of the festival, said.

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