Celebrate All Things Slavic at Kangaroo Point’s Slavic Markets Brisbane

Slavic Markets Brisbane
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Join the united Slavic community and get a feel of their vibrant culture at the Slavic Markets Brisbane happening in Kangaroo Point on 4 August 2019 from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.

Held every first Sunday of the month, the Slavic Markets Brisbane proves that it is more than just a typical monthly bazaar as it offers patrons a creative, fun, and home-like atmosphere that celebrates Slavic culture.

If you are into homemade food and drinks as well as high-quality Russian, Polish, Ukrainian, Bulgarian, and Serbian products, this market is definitely the place to be. At the market, you get to immerse yourself in the Slavic culture, widen your own personal network, and support small businesses of the Slavic community.

Slavic Markets Brisbane
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The Slavic Markets Brisbane will be held at 140 Main Street in Kangaroo Point. Admission for the market is $2 per person. 

Although the venue is quite small, rest assured that you will still enjoy your time at the event since all stallholders are offering something unique

Things to check out at the Slavic Markets Brisbane

If it is your first time attending the Slavic Markets Brisbane, here are some of the things sold at the market that you might want to try:

Burek

Burek is an iconic Balkan phyllo pastry that is filled up with meat, feta, onions, spinach, and sweet cream. This delicacy can be eaten at any time of the day, and it also best to be paired up with yogurt or a bottle of beer.

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Burek
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Medovik

Medovik or honey cake is a multi-layered cake of flat biscuit that has a rich, flavourful and creamy honey-yogurt filling that is often topped off with walnuts. This creamy torte has a soft texture that easily melts in your mouth on each bite. Medovik is best served and eaten together with your favourite hot tea.

Medovik
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Kolbasa

Kolbasa or “sausage” is an iconic Slavic cuisine that is quite similar to a bologna sausage. It is made up of ground meat that is carefully wrapped up and preserved- making this dish popular and full of flavour. Kolbasa has a lot of variety, and it can also be eaten or paired up with almost anything, may it be as a pizza topping,  a sandwich spread, or as an appetizer to any alcoholic beverage.

Kolbasa
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Ethnic Style Design and Fashion

Stand out from the crowd with traditional Siberian-inspired fashion wear. All items, may it be a vest, skirt, pants, or accessories, are uniquely done and well-matched to the fashion trends that are present today.

Ethnic Style Design and Fashion
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