The Black Food Festival provides a number of answers to this question. The black part is not artificial: it’s entirely natural. Coffee, chocolate, berries, garlic, black bread... It’s found in other, ever more intriguing combinations, too: pasta, burgers, cheese, ice cream, balsamic vinegar and more. In fact there’s nothing in which you don’t find it. It’s also well suited to music. Discovering and sharing this surprisingly diverse palette is what the festival is all about.
The Black Food Festival is coming to Estonia for the second time. Having set out its stall in Berlin, London and New York in the last 12 months, it’s be coming to the Põhjala factory in Tallinn on Saturday 10 April.
The aim is to open the door to culinary creativity and experimentation and to do so under the umbrella of an enjoyable city festival during some of the blackest nights of the year. Taste-wise, there’ll be something for everybody!