6th Debrecziner Gourmet Festival in the heart of the Great Forest

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The “Debrecziner Gourmet Festival,” featuring gastro-culinary experiences, will be organized for the sixth time on July 1-3, 2022, in Hungary’s first protected nature area, the Great Forest in Debrecen.

Well-known restaurants from the Association of Stylish Rural Restaurants (SVÉT) and Debrecen will present themselves, along with star chefs and guest restaurants from Budapest.

Star chefs such as László Ruprecht, “Chef Rupi,” president and founder of SVÉT, two Michelin-starred Ádám Mészáros, head of Clarisse’s kitchen at Botaniq Turai Castle, and Ádám Thür, chef at Ikon Debrecen, will be responsible for the professional guidance of the festival.

“We consider it important to show the whole region of Debrecen the gastronomic specialties that our country offers, as this weekend, visitors can have adventures on the gastro map from Lake Balaton to Eger, from Palkonya to Budapest,” said Réka Mészáros, chief organizer of the event.

“All this is done by organizing the event at favorable ticket prices to make this genre of culture as accessible as possible,” she added.

Founded in 2018, the Debrecziner Gourmet Award will be hosted again this year, with guest votes deciding who will be deemed the best exhibitor of the festival.

In addition to presenting the professional representatives of the Hungarian gastro world, forest-inspired menus will be on offer, while those interested in cooking and baking can learn first-hand from chefs in experience cooking events. Alongside vegan and “everything-free” dishes, artisan beers and quality wines will also be presented.

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