By Editors

Because music festivals got so passé, and let’s face it, most of our time even at music festivals is spent at the umpteen food counters. We can give you a full list of the food vendors at NH7 last year; ask us about the artists… unfortunately our mouths are full, we cannot answer.

Someone realised the importance of food and their place in festivals, and decided to dedicate an entire festival to it. Come this weekend, and Delhi will be privy to over 40 gourmet stalls, master classes, some high flying chefs, and food experts, all coming together under one roof, and over three days. The New Delhi Palate Food Festival aims to enable you to enjoy your favourite Delhi joint’s food outside of its regular confines, and in the outdoors! India’s best chefs, produce growers, entertainers, musicians, fast food chains, gourmet restaurants, 5 star hotels, bakeries, patisseries, and calories will all come together for three days in Nehru Park, so you can explore, get a taste of, and discover even more places to eat. As for participating restaurants, we’ve spotted Turkish specialists Alaturka, Amour from HKV, Fat Lulu’s, Gajar Halwa slayers Giani, Arabian Delights Habibi, Made in Punjab & Farzi Cafe, Khan Chacha, Aerocity import JW Marriott, Kylin, Mexican specialists La Bodega, French experts Le Bistro du Parc, Olive Bistro and Kitchen, Soda Bottle Opener Wala, The Hungry Monkey, Sucre Patisserie, and The Toddy Shop, amongst too many others. The idea is to allow you to take your pick from between your favourites, under one roof, {well one star lit sky anyway}, at one time. Al Fresco style.

Besides the restaurants, you can sign up for chef classes with the men behind some of the finest Delhi restaurants  {The Hungry Monkey, Farzi Cafe, Leela Gurgaon, Chokola}. Also, find vendors selling their produce and products, including The Gourmet Jar, Cellfrost, Keventers {throwback}, Kitchen Secrets, The Leela Palace, Minimimi, Nourish Organic Food Pvt Ltd, Organica, Rose Cafe, and another endless list of suppliers. They also have a great music line-up, for when you want to switch things up and shift focus from all the food by watching the bands.

Where: Nehru Park, Chanakyapuri

When: 28th-30th November

Price: Free entry

To learn more, and get the whole low down on exactly who’s coming, click here. 

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