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Canadian chamber hosts steak BBQ dinner

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The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hungary (CCCH), in partnership with the Irish-Hungarian Business Circle, is inviting guests to its 8th Great Canadian BBQ Dinner on May 31.

The dinner, to be held at the Larus Restaurant at Csörsz u. 18/b, District 12, from 6 p.m. on May 31, will feature wild salmon, Alberta Angus ribeye steak shipped directly from Canada, fine drinks, chill-out music and networking opportunities.

The memberʼs fee for the event is HUF 26,900 incl. VAT, while non-members will be charged HUF 29,900 incl. VAT.

The invitation, with more details is available here.

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