Making soup round the campfire
|Address:||Kallaste Talu, Kasepere küla, Padise vald, Harju maakond | Show on map|
|Mobile phone:||(+372) 507 6138|
|Method of payment:||Card payment, Cash|
The tradition of making soup round a campfire comes from Hungary, where it is called 'bogracs'. The typical ingredients are different kinds of meat, although fish and vegetables are also used, which attain their lightly smoked flavour while being cooked over the open flame. Kallaste farm gives you the chance to get together with a group of friends and try your own hand at this ancient tradition, learning more about Hungarian cuisine as you do - and of course enjoying a delicious bowl or two of soup!
Times and prices
Is open 01.01 - 31.12 advance bookings only
Free of charge.
- Information boards
- Visitor centre
- Site lighting
- Recreation area/picnic ground
- Camping area
- Drop Toilet
- Free parking