The Food Festival is on during August, this year it’s running from Friday 31st August until Sunday 2nd September 2018.
This is the experience we had last year. We arrived in town around 7.30 pm and parked at the far end of Mandraki harbour. Walking up along the harbour there were lots of people around, visitors and locals, walking and fishing.
There was a good selection of different types of food and drink from producers and businesses on the island. With lots of different tastes from Greek BBQ to Sushi.
We wandered around took some pictures and bumped into people we know.
Wandering around there were musicians on corners and a really wonderful lively atmosphere. We found a cafe we know well on Socratous that wasn’t too busy for a cool drink and some people watching.
Having walked off our falafel we couldn’t resist a curry wurst. This bike cooker was imported from Germany by owner Sacha Engel. We’ve tried their wurst before at the Christmas market in Rhodes town, they attend a couple of festivals a year, try them out if you see them.
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Post updated August 2018 originally written August 2017