The Street Food Festival returns to Tasmajdan Park

The upcoming weekend will be marked by a street food festival in one of the most beautiful parks in Belgrade

Tuesday 7th of May 2024

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This year's first edition of the Street Food Festival under the nickname "Palilulac" takes place in one of the most beautiful Belgrade parks, where it originated in 2019, from 10th to 12th May. On Friday from 13:00, the festival of international street food will start, which will be positioned in the central zone of the Tasmajdan park, and more than 15 interesting exhibitors from the Belgrade street food scene, as well as a special guest from Croatia, who will prepare unusual dishes inspired by Asian cuisine on the spot will be presented to visitors.

In the Tasmajdan Park, you will be able to try specialties from seven different world cuisines, including Korean, Japanese, Lebanese, Chinese, Italian, American and traditional Serbian cuisine. Visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy specialties such as well-known Japanese sushi, Chinese dumplings and spring rolls, bao bansi, Asian wok specialties, noodles, burgers, homemade sausages, Italian sandwiches, pizzas, pastas, American corn dogs, but also authentic Lebanese shawarma and falafel, Korean pancakes, famous Belgrade dumplings and homemade ice cream.

As good food always goes with good music, well-known DJs from the city's club scene took care of that this time, so DJ Katja, Goran Starcevic, Def In Mini, Vanja Bursac and many others will perform in Tasmajdan Park.

Street Food Festival has been a socially responsible festival from the very beginning, which with the support of Ball Packaging Europe and the Every Can Counts project draws the public's attention to the importance of environmental protection and recycling, as well as the possibility of infinite aluminum recycling. That is why boxes for the disposal of used aluminum packaging will be placed at several different points at the festival, and promoters with special backpacks for disposal of the used cans will parade around the entire festival area.

Entry to the festival is free, and the opening hours of the festival are from 13:00 to 23:00. See you in Tasmajdan Park from 10th to 12th May!

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Photos Marko Edge and Todor Milivojevic.