GoNews: Dilli Haat Gears Up For The Great Indian Food Festival

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Eat, dine and make merry! After all, it is food that unites us all.

The Great Indian Food Festival being held at Pitampura, Delhi, on January 23rd and 24th, 2016, is all about local street food delicacies brought from different parts of India. Delhi is crazy about street food and with this festival, you will get a glance of how other Indian states too savour their road side dishes.

Food Festival

Traditional Indian Thali | Photo Credit: www.facebook.com/GreatIndianFood/photos_stream

Great Indian Food Festival is going to feature vendors with generations of culinary experience. Be a part of this food fiesta in the heart of the capital and get lost in the aroma of tandoori chicken, Lucknawi kebab, Amritsari kulcha, dhokla, petha, daal-bati churma, Hyderabadi biriyani, rasam-vada and much more. Places like Amritsar, Lucknow, Chennai, Hyderabad, Delhi, Gujarat and Jaipur, which you have always heard of and their street food delicacies you always wanted to eat, will now be available at your doorstep.

Food Festival

Pav Bhaji in the making | Photo Credit: www.facebook.com/GreatIndianFood/photos_stream

Both foodie and non-food lovers, bring along your friends and relatives to this gala gastronomic affair. Remember to come early, because those plates overloaded with chole bhature and dahi bhalla tastes great when served fresh. Need not worry, entry is 100% free.

Some quick check outs of the Great Indian Food Festival:

Location: Dilli Haat Pitampura, Delhi

Date: January 23, 2016 – January 24, 2016

Time: Jan 23, 2016 at 11:00 AM to Jan 24, 2016 at 11:00 PM

Entry: Free

With winter hovering during that time, the festival is expected to be a real hit.

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