MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
August 31, 2021, 14:05
At 19 sites, 142 restaurant and trade chalets worked, where one could taste and buy original dishes from different cuisines of the world.
The Summer in the City venues were visited by over half a million residents and guests of the capital.
During the month, from July 29 to August 29, 142 restaurant and retail chalets worked at 19 sites, where everyone could taste and buy original dishes from different cuisines of the world and unusual desserts (for example, ice cream with Gorgonzola flavor, chili jams and carrot marigold jam).
“The Summer in the City project has expanded the format of fair trade that is beloved by Muscovites. 142 restaurant and retail chalets worked at 19 sites, where one could find interesting culinary solutions and taste unique products from manufacturers. More than 50 thousand servings of ice cream, over 24 thousand servings of desserts, as well as author’s preserves and other dishes were sold during the month, “said the head
There were skate parks at the fairgrounds, which were visited by more than 23.6 thousand people, and carousels, which were ridden by over 99 thousand visitors.
“Summer in the City” is a gastronomic journey around the world. At the fair one could taste desserts from different parts of Russia, as well as from Turkey, Belgium, England, Spain, Italy, and Japan. Visitors to Summer in the City could learn more about the culture of these countries and discover new dishes.
For example, manufacturers from the North Caucasus presented their products. It is there, in ecologically clean areas, that berries are grown, from which original desserts are made. The crop is harvested twice a year, only spring water is used for harvesting. Guests were treated to kraft sauces without preservatives and thickeners: berry, fruit and tomato, authentic low-sugar jam. In addition, at the fairgrounds one could taste grilled melon with bacon, grilled nectarine with caramel syrup and cinnamon, fruit and scallop kebabs.
On the hottest days, visitors could refresh themselves with cool lemonades (cucumber with elderberry, cherry, watermelon and cucumber), as well as aperol and a cocktail based on pear and basil.
There were two sites in the city center – on Tverskaya Square and Revolution Square, the other 17 – in other districts.
Trade will continue in the future, but already within the framework of the Flower Jam festival. It will start on September 1 and will last exactly one month. At the festival you can admire designer gardens, try desserts and dishes prepared according to original recipes. A Russian forest will appear on Revolution Square, Stoleshnikov Lane will turn into a southern resort – there will be pergolas with wisteria and branchy roses, and on Kuznetsky Most Street, at the entrance to the Central Department Store, a composition “Garden of Aquatic Plants” will be created.
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