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Art meets food

By Maria Gregoriou

The Fork Food Market team seems to have gone into hibernation since the summer, when they got crowds of hungry people lining up to get their hands on some pulled pork, burgers, hot dogs, tacos, salads, lots and lots of sweets and much more in the heart of the capital.

Now they are back, but this time they are staying away from the street food concept – at least for the time being – and pairing up with the Phytorio gallery at the Nicosia municipal gardens for an evening of art and food on Thursday.

The idea behind the night, apart from having a great meal in a beautiful setting, is to bring modern people in contact with contemporary art. This is the first time that the gallery is putting on such an event, and it hopes to house other such events in the future.

This time you won’t have to stand while eating or squeeze between people at a fold-up table, this time you can have a real restaurant experience. The menu will include homemade bread with hummus and herbs, steamed buns with chicken or aubergine, lentil and tomato soup or Moroccan spiced carrot soup, and sticky toffee pudding with rice mild custard (which is gluten-free).

The bar will also be offering water, juice, soft drinks and wine.

Dinners will be able to select items from the menu, or get their full on the whole set menu for €14.

Because we have all missed the food that the Fork Food Market team provides – especially the sticky toffee pudding – you might want to reserve your seat as soon as possible by calling 99-557777. You should also keep in mind that payment will only be accepted in cash.

Food Meets Art
The Fork Food Market will be serving dinner. February 4. To Phytorio, Municipal Gardens, Nicosia. 7pm-11pm. Bookings on Tel: 99-557777

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