5 Upcoming Food Festivals of Delhi That You Can’t Afford To Miss


There is one thing that binds us all – Good Food. And if gluttony is your sin, know that the food festival season of Delhi is not yet over. Want to enjoy great food and taste new cuisines? Read on, we’ve brought to you a list of the most amazing food festivals of Delhi in the coming days.

GoBuzzinga’s Maggi Festival 2016, 28th Feb. 2016

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Love Maggi? Then you cannot miss out  this first of its kind day long Maggi Festival by GoBuzzinga. The festival #MaggitujheSalaam shall showcase the most innovative Maggi dishes. This Sunday enter the Maggi paradise and enjoy Maggi Shawarma, Maggi Momos, Butter Fry Maggi, Maggi Doughnut and Vodka Maggi among others.

Venue : PSOI Club, Nehru Park on 28th Feb 2016
Timings: 12 Noon – 9 pm
Entry  : Free

Ice Cream City 2016 , 4th – 6th March 2016

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A three day extravaganza of ice-cream –  A world of gelatos, cones, kulfis, sorbets, chuskis, sundaes, and much more. With more than 30 ice cream brands from India and across the globe, there will be variety of flavours to choose from. There will also be massive ice cream games and challenges.

Venue: DLF Promenade and Ambience Mall, Vasant Kunj on 4th, 5th, 6th March 2016
Timings: 2 pm to 9 pm
Entry: Free

The Grub Fest 2016

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The 3rd Edition of Grub Fest is here with the top restaurants and food brands  displaying their curated and much appreciated signature dishes. There shall also be some good music and great performances to keep you entertained. Shop for unique gourmet products, taste succulent cuisines and learn a few secret tips from some of the best chefs of the country at the live cookery shows here.

Gurgaon : DLF Cyber Hub on 3rd, 4th and 5th March 2016
Delhi : Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium on 18th, 19th, 20th March 2016
Timings: 12 Noon to 10 pm
Entry: Rs 200

Sanjha Chuhla Food Exhibition , 28th -31st March 2016

Lotus Bazaar will host South Asia’s first food exhibition named “Sanjha Chulha” to promote the region’s incredible variety of local and regional cuisines. The festival curated by food critic and scholar Dr. Pushpesh Pant shall promote and showcase the diversity of culinary art. The festival will have a variety of dishes from India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Afghanistan , Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh. The dishes shall be cooked by the in-house team of The Ashok Hotel.

Venue: The Lilly Pool Lawn , The Ashok, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
Timings: 12 Noon to 10 pm
Entry: Free

World Food & Wine Festival, 9th – 10th April 2016

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The first ever food and wine festival of India, that shall bring under one roof a variety of Cuisines and exotic Wines from across the world. An one of its kind  food event that promises to provide high value to its attendees,not only in terms of food but in terms of entertainment too. The Festival will also have many food related competitions along-with fun zone for all age groups.

Venue: Gate No 2, Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium Stadium
Timings:11 am to 10 pm
Entry: Rs 100

So mark your calendars foodies as now you  know where to spend your upcoming weekends!