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December 2017

08.12.2017  19.00  Friday - Free

Hungarian Cimbora Band have a special interactive  concert. 
With the  help of the audience  they play music composed from poems and tales. 

Interaktív vers-és mesekoncert mai magyar költők írásaiból.
November 2017
Wine cocktail night  26.11.2017 8pm
Do you like wine? Do you like cocktails? How about cocktails with wine?
Our first ever cocktail menu has been created but on the plus side, all of them made with delicious hungarian wines. Come down to The Rosemary on 26th of November (Sunday), 8 PM, for the new cocktail menu launching evening, and let’s enjoy it together.
Try our traditional hungarian cuisine, choose from more than 50 different kind of wines and feel yourself at home with the relaxing music in the background.




MARTIN'S DAY 
10-12th NOVEMBER 
(FRIDAY-SUNDAY)

Márton napok megnyitójaként, november 10-én este 8 órakor különleges vendégek a Rosemary Étteremben.
Müller Péter Sziámi and Friends koncert angolul és magyarul, zenével egybekötött irodalom, dal és életérzés Magyarországról.
Hungarian Food & Wine Tasting Night on Thursday 2nd November with Renowned Producer, Bock

Wine Dinner Menu
1.Bock Fanni Rose: -Salmon with apple in a lemon jus
Vegetarian option: -Halloumi Cheese 
2.Bock Portugieser:Pork-Stuffed Cabbage
Vegetarien Option: -Egg Frikadeller
3.Bock Cabernet Franc:-Roast pork loin with caramelised onion
Vegetarien option: -Mushroom Stew
4.Bock Royal cuvee:- Roast goose breast with braised red cabbage
Vegetarien option: -Pumpkin Risotto with Roasted 
Pumpkin seeds 
5.Bock Cuvee:-Cheese platter
 
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As the Kekfesto*- blue dyeing design, is a big part of the Rosemary`s decoration, the artist, Ildiko Toth, who made our special pieces.
 *Kékfestő is the traditional Hungarian textile art of blue-dyeing. Using a wax-resist process similar to batik, white cotton or linen fabric is block-printed with molten wax to form the pattern. The fabric is then dyed blue. When the wax is removed, the areas protected by wax reveal the pattern in white on a blue background. This endangered art is still practiced today using centuries old equipment and techniques.

 
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