Posh localities already have food trucks parked regularly in the area. Others are however still opening up to it and the Delhi Food Truck Festival aimed at promoting the concept. We are up for any new experience – be it food or mode of dispensation. Hence we spent a Fun-Do evening at the 2nd edition of Delhi Food Truck Festival at Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium.
Delhi is up for all events related to food. The Grub Fest’s second instalment for the year 2017 was held last weekend at Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium. The area was swarming with activities and the ticket counters witnessed long queues. The late autumn nip was just right to sustain the surging crowds at the event.
Don’t loose heart if your plan to go to Goa didn’t materialise. Enjoy some lip smacking Goan delicacies at Zambar Gurgaon. They have a specially curated Goan Shack Menu and it is a delight for Indian style seafood lovers.
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.
The Old Delhi Food Festival was held between 25 to 26 March, 2017 at India Islamic Cultural Centre. The venue was overflowing with diners and people driving down Lodhi Road faced the brunt. Nonetheless, we were happy to manage a parking spot and went in for a taste of famous food from old Delhi without travelling all the way to Chandni Chowk!
The Grub Fest, apparently India’s biggest food festival, came back to Delhi NCR once again this 14th – 19th March at JLN Stadium. To keep Delhites well fed and entertained, the festival brought together some of the most popular restaurants offering their signature drinks and dishes over some music, dance, games and contests. Our favorite beer brand Witlinger was the official Pouring Partner of The Grub Fest. Grub Fest keeps coming back and we would recommend this event to anyone looking for good times
We visited The Grub Fest (23-25 October 2015) on a Sunday afternoon that happened to be the last day. The organisers had assembled popular eateries, food, drinks, and some live performances under a single event. In fact, we saw the popular comedian Vir Das performing and singing as well! Given the myriad eating options, we tried bits of a lot of things and liked whatever we had.