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A new food mecca

A new food mecca
Dilli Haat Janak Puri has become a popular cultural destination in west Delhi and will now be the melting pot of culinary surprises.

Dilli Haat Janak Puri is hosting the Food Festival of India (Delhi Edition) from 21-23 November (11 AM to 10 PM). Delhi, the city of diverse flavours and appetite will be eating a platter full of exquisite dishes on these three days marking the celebration of food.

The festival will offer variety of traditional food items, especially from parts of Old Delhi and NCR. Popular and famous culinary experts in the city are set to delight the visitors with their mastered cookery skills.

Ripu Daman Handa, the winner of third season of Master Chef India says, ‘Delhi is famous for its street food and food festivals are an open platform for all the cooking experts in the nook and corner of the city. This charming opportunity helps them connect with the food lovers and understand their tastes.’

This festival will be a free space for the masters of cooking art and cuisiniers of Delhi, including Sitaram Bazar ke Chole Bhature wala, masaledar Pao Bhaji makers, Paranthe Wali Gali keculinary crackerjacks and Anmol Chicken wala along with others. Light delectable food items like Chaat, specialJalebi, Chuski, Bhel Puri, Litti Chokha, Bedimi Puri will also be served.

The first  Food Festival of India (organised by Aspirants Events) had earlier been held in Noida. Ripu Daman also adds that this festival is a unique space for visitors for not only tasting the food but also learning about cooking them.

‘While relishing the food, people also get exposed to its cooking and often end up enquiring the chef about the secret of the recipe. This way the masses are also informed about the ingredients and the hard work that went into making a heavenly delicious meal,’ Rimpu Daman added.

Where : Dill Haat Janakpuri When : On till 23 October
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