In less than two weeks Bucharest will be the host of the first street food festival, an unedited urban experience with an extended lineup of special culinary proposals, concerts and parties with the Romanian and foreign artists attending the event.
Bucharest Street Food Festival (BSFF) takes place at Romexpo during September 8-11, getting together, as a first, the largest number of food trucks, vans, trailers and stalls ever in Romania. Thus, Bucharest joins other big cities which are hosting such street food festivals, such as Barcelona, Berlin, London, New York, Manchester, Koln, Delhi or Athens.
Among the vendors confirmed to attend the Bucharest Street Food Festival (BSFF) there are: Paste Pâine, Burger Van, Furgoneta, Camionetta, Arrosticini, Circus Pub Truck, Voyageur Van, Delicii pe Roți, Cârnățărie Germană, Creperie Citroen, Finca Alioli Van, The Little Greenery, Castelul Brutarilor, M’eat, Butoiul cu Înghețată, Duma’s Van, Grano, Sunday Bagels, La Nu Știu Cine, Victorița Pescarița, Cantina 9, Time In: Food Wizzards, Elemozsia, Betty Ice, Streat Bus, Limonada lui Iulian, Frizzante Ride, Moritz Eis, Rolls, Molcom, Orygyns, Guido on Tour, Vatra Neamului, Norma lui Sissoko, Kanpai, Chef Gabi Toader, Taj, Maria Corau, Plăcinte Boierești, Puro & Bio, Off The Wall, Sloop, Gin Bar By Finca Alioli, Sprit House.
Bucharest Street Food Festival means a new open-air urban experience, a real show of the street food culture with a generous display: delicious dishes will be served, quickly served after traditional recipes from 10 foreign cuisines. The food fiesta will be backed up by concerts, music, street artists, among whom there are Nouvelle Vague, Dub Pistols, Jaya the Cat, Ziggi Recado and Audio Bullys.
During the festival the access is free until 6 p.m. and with a pass or ticket after 4 p.m.
Tickets and passes can be already bought online at http://buchareststreetfoodfestival.ro/ and myticket.ro. The price of a four-day pass is RON 30 plus other fees if purchased by September 1st.