Traditional Vietnamese dishes highlighted in Prague
Traditional Vietnamese dishes are the major highlights of an Asian culinary week being held in Prague, the Czech Republic, from February 26 to March 4.
Dishes such as Hanoi’s spring rolls and the southern region’s noodles with beef are favourites with guests and visitors to the event.
The festival is to introduce the distinctive culinary art of a number of Asian nations, including Japan, China, the Republic of Korea and Vietnam.
Addressing the opening ceremony, Axel Hluchy, managing director of MAKRO Group of the Czech Republic, emphasized that MAKRO considers Asian businesses its key partners, and that it wants to improve the quality and diversify Asian food products in the Czech Republic.
MAKRO’s Communications Director Romana Nydrle stated the event offers a good chance for participating countries to introduce consumers to Asian specialities, and helps Asian restaurant chefs in the Czech Republic to provide fine flavours for local customers.
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