Ukraine’s exceptionally fertile soil and its favorable climate played a pivotal role in the development of agriculture and the culinary preferences of its people. Ukrainian cuisine emphasizes the importance of grain, specifically wheat. Ukraine, also known as “breadbasket of Europe”, uses grains to help represent its agricultural abundance, as well as cultural significance.
Ukrainian cuisine is one of many ways to experience the Ukrainian culture. While it has undergone a remarkable transformation over the years, it still allows you to learn about our historical traditions while experiencing its modern tastes. The culinary traditions of Ukraine are shown through the vibrant and complex combinations of ingredients. These flavours show themselves to you all while incorporating multiple regional customs and a fusion of different influences.
While visiting Ukraine Kyiv Pavilion, make sure to treat yourself to some of our culture’s most famous culinary delights!