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Fork Food is back in the Gardens


Following various pop-up events around the country, the Fork Food Market returns to its home base for two more dates in September. The Municipal Gardens of Nicosia will welcome food lovers, chefs and cocktail enthusiasts on Friday and again on September 30 to bid farewell to the last unofficial month of summer.

“After a short tour outside of Nicosia,” says Fork Food, “we are returning to our favourite spot and a place that, to be honest, feels like home. And even though we love going on adventures, we are very happy to be returning to the gardens as there’s no place like home.

“During these next events, we will have some food trucks joining us as well as two new participants for which we are super excited. One is Mona, a German lady who has been living in Paphos for a year now, who will be serving us her homemade authentic Bratwurst sausages accompanied by her even more interesting homemade sauces – not to be missed! The other is the team of Amanamou, who will be bringing their own unique and delicious versions of plant-based meat dishes and yes, the selection of vegan vendors is growing like never before.”

This Friday’s event will kick off at 7pm as usual and will host food vendors preparing pizzas, plant-based burgers, pulled pork sandwiches, falafel, Bavarian tastes, bao buns, meaty burgers and of course, ice cream. On the decks, DJ Claudio will be playing funky tunes to accompany the sizzling food and refreshing drinks in this Nicosia comeback event.


Fork Food Market

September 23 and 30. Municipal Gardens of Nicosia. 7pm. Tel: 99-557777, 96-395261

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