What is Black Food Festival?
The Black Food Festival was born out of curiosity for international cuisines and the experimental nature of culinary minds across the globe. To pay homage to those who prefer to take the road less traveled: the risk takers, the innovators, the trailblazers, there will be a panel of gastronomy professionals on the look out for the most creative and finest products.
Tallinn independently organise the international Black Food Festival, after agreeing with the team on the project adaptation. Read more
Hungarian Embassy in Tallinn is supporting the travel of the Hungarian Black Food Festival Team to Estonia.
How the first ever Black Food Festival held in Africa went down in Nairobi. Read the article
Do you want to hold a Black Food Festival in your city? Get contact to our team!
Our Previous Black Food Festivals
Read some articles about us.
NOCAMELS, Tel Aviv
"The Black Food Festival made its way to Tel Aviv on Thursday, setting up shop at the Cuckoo’s Nest Tel Aviv Bar and Art gallery in Jaffa, with some 20 exhibitors giving hundreds of attendees a mouthful of tasty creativity, all made with natural ingredients like coffee, cacao, and beans for that black color."
"What does Helsinki have in common with Budapest, Berlin, Tel-Aviv, New York and London? How about hamburgers, risotto, ice-cream, tacos, macarons and cocktails – a la black! Helsinki has jumped on-board the black food trend, and been eagerly plotting a plan to join its dark allies, premiering Helsinki Black Food Festival on 31st of March 2019."
BLACK BOOK, New York
"What's more goth than wearing black?
How about eating black? If the very thought sends a shiver up your spine, you might consider making haste for the grimly fiendish New York Dark food Festival, which debuts in Williamsburg. Hungry darkwavers (and everyone else) will know the existential joy of indulging in everything from black sesame ice cream, to black garlic and of course, black chocolate - as well as an array of inventive and innovative dishes that experiment with, naturally, the color black."
Pictures of our previous festivals.