Bocuse d'Or Europe to come Budapest

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The world’s most prestigious gastronomy competition entitled Bocuse d'Or would be hosted in Hungary capital Budapest in 2016 as it was announced in Stockholm on Thursday. The competition was launched 27 years ago and it is held twice a year throughout the continent and every second year around the world.

The worldwide professional cooking and gastronomy competition would first arrive to Hungary in its existence since being launched in 1987. For a decade the competition was not followed by great audiences until a Mexican contestant brought mariachis and cheering and shouting supporters with himself in 1997. For the past two decades the competition of chefs has been followed with great amusement by spectators.

The possible hosting of Bocuse d’Or in 2016 bears with immense significance and gives exceptional PR chance for Hungary, state secretary of Ministry of Economy István Komoroczki told MTI. He added that the chief patron of the event would be the President of Hungary according to the expectations.

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