Ubud to Host Food Festival 2019

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Ubud to Host Food Festival 2019

This month, Ubud will host the fifth edition of the annual Ubud Food Festival. The yummy event is calling all foodies to the island on April, 26–28. 

The festival was founded in 2015 and since then has become Indonesia’s leading culinary event. The festival lasts three days filled with cross-cultural culinary discoveries and Indonesian food starring in all its diversity. The festival showcases the rich culinary palette of the nation, as well as a wide range of outstanding and exotic local produce. It also serves as a stage for culinary warriors both emerging and established who share with the public their excellence in the culinary battles. The festival was conceived as a celebration of the archipelago’s rich culinary heritage and it lives up to this idea. 

Each year, the organizers of the event choose one theme to explore. This year, Ubud Food Festival 2019 will be held under the motto 'Spice Up the World'. Most outstanding chefs, producers, restaurateurs, entrepreneurs, food photographers, storytellers, scientists, and activists from the countrywide will come to Bali to take part in the festival.

Some of the venues that confirmed their participation in the festival are Seasalt at Alila Seminyak, Full Circle, Moksa revered for its raw vegan and vegetarian cuisine, Casa Luna, Plataran Ubud serving Nyonya or Peranakan cuisine.



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