International Street Food Festival to be held on Andrássy this weekend
Guests of this weekendʼs National Street Food Festival will be able to sample dishes from 17 countries on Andrássy út, which will be car-free in the direct vicinity of the National Gallop.
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Hungarian chefs will present the tastes of the world to the guests, who will be able to get their hands on Italian piadinas, Mexican burritos, original Bosnian pies, and Belgian waffles among other delicacies.
The festival will take place on the section of Andrássy út between Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út and Opera, between 10 a.m. and midnight on both Saturday and Sunday.
Food from the Netherlands, France and Serbia, will also be available at the event, along with American burgers, Cuban sandwiches, and Israeli hummus.
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