International Food Village, Roma

International Food Village, Roma

International Food Village debuts in Rome, City of the Other Economy. The event is organized by Alfredo Orofino, nicknamed the “King of Street Food” and president of the AIRS Italian Association of Street Restaurateurs. The culinary festival will take place on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th October 2022 from 12pm and will take place on Friday 14th October at 6.00pm in Ex Mattatoio (Largo dino Frizzullo).

Visitors can experience a true world tour through the cuisine of 15 different countries, including the United States, Peru, Brazil, Spain, Germany and the Czech Republic. An experience beyond flavors and aromas introduces cultures near and far that express an important part of their soul and identity through food.

“Strengthened by the great success our chefs have been enjoying, we have created a special event that brings together recipes and products from many countries around the world in one place. A conversation between traditions will give all visitors a pleasant consequence of a long journey through new flavors. We are sure that the world premiere of this event will be enthusiastically welcomed by the Roman public, who will be able to return in the future to the capital, rich in chefs from new countries offering ideas and new specialties of interest to street food lovers. says Alfredo Orofino, organizer of the International Food Village.

During the three days dedicated to street food, there will be many delicious stands, including Peruvian cuisine, Paella Valenciana, Argentinian cuisine, Irish Angus kebabs, American doughnuts, Calabrian licorice and American pulled pork.

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Many traveling restaurants and qualified chefs are ready to amaze with the specialties and quality of their cuisine. Excellence, originality, tradition and cleanliness are the motto of International Food Village. A culinary appointment of great originality for international cuisine not forgetting the most popular Italian specialties.

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