Culinaria, the culinary event that is normally held in Brussels in May is changing format. The event will not be held in spring. Called Autumn, instead of Culinaria, it will be held between 18 October and 30 October.
Cedric Allard of Culinaria Agency, the organisers of the event, has announced that this year the event will not be held in spring but rather in “Autumn” and the event will be completely new though they hope that it will still whet the appetite of foodies as previous events.
Culinaria was an event that brought together some of Belgium’s best chefs and used to take place at Tour et Taxis in Brussels for five days in May. It provided foodies with a unique opportunity to savour dishes prepared by many of Belgium’s best chefs in one menu.
Culinaria also featured workshops by international chefs.
The organisers said that the event will still bring together chefs, bartenders, artisans, producers and creators. The event that takes place over 10 days will allow people to taste, view and also share food. “Let us surprise you with a new venue which will be temporary and beautiful,” the organisers said.
No further details were given other than that the event will take place from 6pm till the early hours of the morning where people can eat gastronomic meals, visit a vibrant market and also club with a mix of cocktails and dance to celebrate the new harvest.