The Asian Street Food Festival in Paris returns on June 11

The eagerly awaited Asian Street Food Festival makes a triumphant return for its second year, set to unfurl at the Grande Pagode de Vincennes on June 11, from 11am to 7pm.

Grande Pagode de Vincennes will be enlivened by a dynamic array of 25 stalls, each brimming with delightful surprises. On this special Sunday, June 11, an extensive selection of unique culinary specialties from various Asian countries will be ready to tantalize your taste buds.

Enjoy familiar flavors from China, Japan, Korea, Thailand, and Vietnam, as well as the opportunity to explore less commonly known delicacies from Cambodia, the Philippines, and Laos.

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Participating establishments include Sokanna, Angkor Cook, The Family Sauce, Station Krishna, Chatime, Map Map Asian Street Food, Bobi, and La Petite Manille, among others. In an effort to embrace diversity, the festival will offer a generous array of both vegan and halal options.

To ensure a remarkable experience for all attendees, the festival’s organizers have meticulously planned an engaging program. The day’s events will range from karaoke and a DJ set to K-Pop performances and manga-inspired activities, all contributing to the festival’s ambiance.

For more information on the even, head to the official website here.

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