Between 5th and 8th July, the people of Cluj have been enjoying a range of different cuisines and dishes from both local restaurants and other visitors from around the world.

With mostly-excellent weather over the past few days, it was a real delight to be able to walk down Aleea Stadionului, taking in all of the different sights and aromas. From traditional Romanian summer dishes to more exotic, Japanese food, there was plenty to do and taste these past few days.

The festival started in Cluj-Napoca in 2016 and has since expanded out to multiple other locations. Each of the vendors had their own-styled trucks or trailers, serving fresh, up-to-the-minute prepared food to the people of Cluj, and in fact from many other areas of the world, considering there were a number of university graduation events this weekend. This brought many families and people from all over the globe and gave them a unique opportunity to enjoy our wonderful city and some of the different cuisines that this city has to offer. Maybe even some of them remind them of back home!

Some of the venues include:

THE LITTLE GREENERY – LOTUS – ARROSTICINI – THAICE CREAM – AREPAS – TOKYO – MERON – WAFFLE BEE – LA NU ȘTIU CINE – NARCOFFEE – OLIVO – MARTY – MORITZ EIS – KOOLTOȘ – WOK’N ROLL – DUMA’S VAN – ELEMOZSIA – MR CANNOLI – ALIOLI – 11 BURGER – BESSER BURGER BY BĂTRÂNUL SAS– GRILLMOBIL BY BĂTRÂNUL SAS – FRITTENMOBIL BY BĂTRÂNUL SAS – PROSECCO VAN – MEAT BUSTERS – CIMBRU – NACHE’S FOOD TRUCK – BIANCO MILANO – THE BUN – EAT IT – FAMOUS WAFFLES – GASTRO ROCK – BAO VAN – MARTY CHEESECAKE – VICE CREAM – SUSHI BAR – TEXAS BROTHERS BARBEQUE

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