As the Palate Fest approaches, we’re preparing ourselves for some serious hogging. But when faced with over 90 food stalls, each as tempting as the next, we’re going to have to prioritise. We’ve therefore shortlisted some of the places which aren’t super accessible otherwise. We plan to get a taste of these and then hop on over to the rest. Following us?

Jehan Numa Palace

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A renowned hotel in Bhopal, Jehan Numa Palace is going to be gracing us with Bhopali cuisine: Think kebabs, pilafs, lots of keema, gosht and paan.

Find them on Facebook here.

Archana Rai’s Catering

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Their cuisine ranges from continental to coastal to Kashmiri cuisine, but what we appreciate is their fair division of non-vegetarian and vegetarian dishes. There’s something for shudh vegetarians as well. We’re partial to their succulent lamb chops, the mutton nihari, teppanyaki grills and waffles.

Find out more here.

Scoops n Sticks

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Operating out of Vasant Kunj, Scoops n Sticks takes orders on the phone only. Here’s your chance to try  their various flavours all at once. What can you expect? A large variety of cream-based, yogurt-based ice cream and sorbet. Experiment with flavours like orange marmalade, beetroot, mint chocolate chip, and salted caramel, amongst others. They’ve also got a fun mojito popsicle.

Find them on Facebook here.

Ghaas Phoos

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Ghaas Phoos is going be opening its doors in Delhi soon but for now, we’re only seeing them at the fest. As the name suggests, yes it is vegetarian, and dairy-free. However, the typical Delhi tadka is not missing. Feast on vegetarian platters, kebabs and chilli bowls.

Find them on Facebook here.

Asian Haus

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A delivery-only joint, GK-based Asian Haus is going to be setting up a stall too; if you haven’t had the chance to taste their Khao Suey so far, this is your chance to grab a bowl.

Find them on Facebook here.

Granny’s Cafe

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Granny’s Cafe is coming all the way from a boutique hotel {Ranjit’s Svaasa} in Amritsar to be a part of the Palate Fest. Expect a menu chock-full of fresh, seasonal and homegrown produce. Also check out their tea, coffee and baked goods.

Find them on Faceboook here. 

Dusit Devarana

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If you haven’t been able to find the time for a weekend getaway to the resort, you can at least sample their cuisine at Palate. They’re most known for their Chinese fare from their restaurant, Chi Ni. Try the Wasabi Prawns {or mushrooms}, Wok Fried Chicken and their mock meats.

Find them on Facebook here.


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This ice cream parlour’s been functional for a couple of months but we haven’t come across too many people who have tried it. They have a variety of yogurt-based and cream-based ice cream which you can eat by scoop or in a shake {we’re partial to the Cheeku Mango}. PiccoLicko is also one of the few places in the city doing waffle sandwiches – we’re rooting for the Spicy Chicken with cheese.

FInd them on Facebook here.

Farzi Cafe

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With only one outlet in Cyber Hub, which is almost always fully-booked {at least on weekends}, this one’s on a lot of people’s bucket lists. If you haven’t gorged on their Chilli Duck Samosas so far, we suggest you run to their stall at Palate Fest the moment you enter!

Find them on Facebook here.

Home Alone Foods – Rajasthani Restaurant

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Another catering unit, Home Alone Foods will be present with their popular Rajasthani menu. Run by Bharti Sanghi and her team, HAF does special freshly-prepared food for various functions including weddings and pujas. At the Palate, they’ll be serving their signature Dal Puri, Matar Puri, Ker Sangri and Gatta.

Find out more here.

When: 27th Nov – 29th Nov; 11am – 9.30pm

Where: Nehru Park {entry from Vinay Marg}

Nearest Metro Station: Race Course

For more info on the Palate Fest, find them on Facebook here.

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