Things to do Eat & Drink Erasmus Fork Food Market in Nicosia

Erasmus Fork Food Market in Nicosia

The Fork Food Market has been a great local success for years now and it is returning after a fun summer to kick-start the #Spring2020 Season!

The Fork Food Market is a mobile food market, which is organized from time to time in different areas and spaces selected based on their specific character! In each market, approximately 8 vendors will offer their food from mobile stalls.

At the food market anyone will feel welcome to come and have a bite of quality-healthy-homemade food at affordable prices, while enjoying music and drinks.

With the ERASMUS SOCIETY CARD you get Discounted Prices


For more information ☎ 99035056

Please Note => events are organized by
Erasmus Society students on a voluntary basis and are non-profit


Saturday, March 7


Onasagorou, 7 Strovolos Nicosia


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