K3, JW Mariott at Aerocity off NH 8 is always upto new experiments. They are holding an Anglo Indian food festival – Colonial Indulgence. A host of dishes from this style cuisine has been curated by Bridget White Kumar, an expert in this style of cooking. Read on for a tasty account.
Sugar Rush, a dessert festival was recently organised by DLF Mall of India in partnership with Little Black Book. The venue was DLF Mall of India, Noida. There was quite a rush here when we visited but we took our own ‘sweet time’.
Food trucks are the latest trend in Delhi NCR food scene. Delhi Food Truck Festival brought many new and established food trucks under one roof for a two days food festival. Apart from some glitches the festival managed to offer fun time for Delhiites over some food, beer and rain dance over a very hot weekend.
Thai cuisine is a combination of flavours, colors, aroma and texture. While Thai food can get spicy, the heat is very different and milder than Indian food. Given the abundance of raw / fresh ingredients in this cuisine, Thai food is easy to digest and is very suitable for the ongoing crazy days of super high temperature. J W Marriot at Aerocity near the airport is holding a Bangkok Food Festival. We visited this event last weekend to taste some Thai food.
The huge New Delhi Palate Fest was organised at PSOI Cub, Nehru Park, Chanakyapuri. The event comprised a huge agglomeration of stalls by almost all big names in the hospitality industry. The visitors were terribly spoilt for choice in terms of quality and variety of food. The program was peppered with sessions by celebrity chefs and music by live bands. The turnout was stupendous and the Traffic Police had a trying time in handling the cars in that area. The Festival establishes that Delhi is still unarguably the food capital of the country.