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Food for thought & stage

National School of Drama’s flagship festival Bharat Rang Mahotsav, in its 17th edition, brings in a multi- cuisine food hub which is quite popular among the visitors. There are around 12 food stalls bringing in a cross section of cuisine. The food hub is situated in the Theatre Bazaar itself. Unlike last year, this year the food hub has reputed brands.

This year, the visitors can relish various mouth-watering dishes. There are two stalls here which hail from Jama Masjid that should definitely be given a try - Khan Mughlai Kabab’s chicken biryani and Changezi Chicken which is popular pan India.  The exquisite Chicken shawarmaat at Zizo which is by far the largest found in the city and a wide range of paranthas will leave you yearning for more. The famous Littiwala’s LittiChokha can also be enjoyed here.

A food hub can never be complete without Indian Street Food. Delhi Food Hub brings for you the various Indian delicacies like Aloo Chaat, Pav Bhaji to name a few. People having a sweet tooth can come and enjoy the Gulab Jamun and Jalebis that are perfectly apt sweet dishes for this cold weather.

An addition to the food hub is a new venture “Bake Tree” which provides scrumptious sandwiches. These are a first of their kind because they supply these sandwiches in proper sealed packs that can be easily preserved for many days.

Fiducia International -a tea manufacturing company has brought in aroma based tea – Aroomya which is the first of its kind. This tea contains natural infusions and comes in various flavours like jasmine, ginger, lemon etc.

The prices here at the Food Hub are easy on the pocket with a meal for two ranging between Rs 100 to Rs 200 depending on the selection of the food.

At a time when the world is getting increasingly divided and fragmented, National School of Drama, is attempting to send out a strong message of bringing people together with its flagship theatre festival, Bharat Rang Mahotsav. The 17th edition of the festival has been conceptualized and designed with the theme of ‘Breaking Borders’, and is on till February 18.

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