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If you are looking for different tastes in the city of Valencia, Kuzina, the culinary haven since 2016, invites guests to immerse themselves in Greek culture. Alkis Strimenos, a driving force behind Kuzina, expresses the desire to share not just food but the very essence of their story – “what’s ours is also yours.” The recent introduction of ‘Noches a la griega’ or ‘Greek Nights’ marks a celebration where Greek myth meets reality.

In late November, the opening night unfolded with an intimate group of gastronomic enthusiasts treated to moussaka, baklava, and Greek wine. In Greece, it is not just about sharing dishes but also sharing good time. Lydia Strimenos, the soul of Kuzina, nostalgically recounts her introduction to Greek hospitality, with shared meals in every visited home. Set to become the quintessential Greek celebration in Valencia, ‘Noches a la griega’ promises an authentic experience to all of its guests. However, entry is an exclusive affair – an invitation-only event, ensuring a coveted spot through a link shared by previous participants. Watch your inbox; the warmth of Greek festivities awaits.

 Report by Konrad Leśniak

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