It's kinda funny when I've been going to Msian Food Feast and Asian Food Festivals since 1st year, but when you go to a European version, it is NO WHERE near the scale of mass production (with quality of course) of our events in Camb. The turnout was about 30 people or so, excluding the committee members, but nevertheless very interesting in the point of view of my inquisitive taste buds and food knowledge.
They've Greek, Russian, Slovenian, French, Polish, and Turkish food, quite a nice variety. However the extent of make-it-yourself-ness in producing the dishes is about 50% only. Especially the French outlet, which consists of quiches, cakes and pastries which are mostly Sainsbury-like items. Slovenian food is my favourite, but though most of them seem to have a common salad item which seems the same to me! LOL
This is the pork kebab, Russian cabbage pastry, and Greek lentil mash with bread (forgot the specific names)
Potato sald, pepper with stuffed cheese mix and vegetarian kebab
Pork kebab again with Slovenian sausage and bean stew and bread
The Polish Bigos (mixture of Sauekraut cabbage, and some other things) with bread, and on the right is the Slovenian stew with beans, barley and ham.
Somehow I still prefer our Msian feast or AFF, they take food more seriously LOL