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Gastronomic culinary delights food-lovers at Grub Fest

IANS  |  New Delhi 

Food lovers in the national capital seem to have developed a huge appetite for food when they thronged in large numbers at the ongoing food festival - the Grub fest.

Held at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, the three-day event saw all the renowned gastronomic brands of the NCR coming up with their signature delicacies along with musical performances by various artistes like Bally Sagoo, Anish Sood, Guru Randhawa, Hari and Sukhmani, and Akhil Sachdeva.

Some known names like Banta Bar, Karim's, Cafe Hera Pheri, Imperfecto, Kake da Hotel, and Hunger Strike turned out to be crowd-pullers. Along with this, there are some new additions this season like Tippling Street, CJ's Fresh, Bombay Brunch, Milkshake and Co, Indian Saffron Co, Wafflelicious, and Al Yousuf.

The stalls offered an array of Indian and international cuisines. The event also saw especially curated menus and dishes by some of the top restaurants in the city and savoury dishes from some new ones.

"It is a great atmosphere here. So many restaurants here at one venue and I have already tried out food from three stalls and looking ahead to gulp from a few more," Kamalika Ghosh, a third-year-student from Miranda House, told IANS.

The festival, which ends on Sunday, will remain open till 10 p.m. and the entry fee is Rs 300.

--IANS

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Gastronomic culinary delights food-lovers at Grub Fest

Food lovers in the national capital seem to have developed a huge appetite for food when they thronged in large numbers at the ongoing food festival - the Grub fest.

Food lovers in the national capital seem to have developed a huge appetite for food when they thronged in large numbers at the ongoing food festival - the Grub fest.

Held at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, the three-day event saw all the renowned gastronomic brands of the NCR coming up with their signature delicacies along with musical performances by various artistes like Bally Sagoo, Anish Sood, Guru Randhawa, Hari and Sukhmani, and Akhil Sachdeva.

Some known names like Banta Bar, Karim's, Cafe Hera Pheri, Imperfecto, Kake da Hotel, and Hunger Strike turned out to be crowd-pullers. Along with this, there are some new additions this season like Tippling Street, CJ's Fresh, Bombay Brunch, Milkshake and Co, Indian Saffron Co, Wafflelicious, and Al Yousuf.

The stalls offered an array of Indian and international cuisines. The event also saw especially curated menus and dishes by some of the top restaurants in the city and savoury dishes from some new ones.

"It is a great atmosphere here. So many restaurants here at one venue and I have already tried out food from three stalls and looking ahead to gulp from a few more," Kamalika Ghosh, a third-year-student from Miranda House, told IANS.

The festival, which ends on Sunday, will remain open till 10 p.m. and the entry fee is Rs 300.

--IANS

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(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Gastronomic culinary delights food-lovers at Grub Fest

Food lovers in the national capital seem to have developed a huge appetite for food when they thronged in large numbers at the ongoing food festival - the Grub fest.

Held at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, the three-day event saw all the renowned gastronomic brands of the NCR coming up with their signature delicacies along with musical performances by various artistes like Bally Sagoo, Anish Sood, Guru Randhawa, Hari and Sukhmani, and Akhil Sachdeva.

Some known names like Banta Bar, Karim's, Cafe Hera Pheri, Imperfecto, Kake da Hotel, and Hunger Strike turned out to be crowd-pullers. Along with this, there are some new additions this season like Tippling Street, CJ's Fresh, Bombay Brunch, Milkshake and Co, Indian Saffron Co, Wafflelicious, and Al Yousuf.

The stalls offered an array of Indian and international cuisines. The event also saw especially curated menus and dishes by some of the top restaurants in the city and savoury dishes from some new ones.

"It is a great atmosphere here. So many restaurants here at one venue and I have already tried out food from three stalls and looking ahead to gulp from a few more," Kamalika Ghosh, a third-year-student from Miranda House, told IANS.

The festival, which ends on Sunday, will remain open till 10 p.m. and the entry fee is Rs 300.

--IANS

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(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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