OTP sponsors top gastro event in May

Drinks

The OTP Bank Gourmet Festival, running this May 17-20, will feature the top restaurants, wineries and confectioneries, as well as a taste of international top gastronomy. This yearʼs themes are dumplings, caviar and champagne.

The main guest star of the event will be Heinz Reitbauer, chef at the two Michelin-star Steirereck restaurant in Vienna. Other participants will include Kamilla Seidler, the top South American female chef, and Maksut Askar, chef of Neolokal in Istanbul, says a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Apart from exquisite gastronomic presentations hosted by Hungarian and international experts and chefs, street food will also offer memorable moments at the Gourmet Festival. Jani Jancsa, also known as the Burger Pope, will share best practices in meat frying, sauces and how to make the best burgers at home.

For coffee enthusiasts, Ádám Barna from St. Andrea Wine & Gourmet Bar will offer a coffee tasting session and also talk about how coffee can be used as an ingredient for meals.

The Gourmet Festival will feature dozens of other gastronomic events and workshops; for details visit the event website.

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