Lloyd HT Palate Fest 2017 is back with another edition to satiate discerning palates in the capital featuring gastronomical delights. The three-day food festival will take place at Nehru Park from November 17.
The annual return of the festival will bring some of the India's finest restaurants, talented chefs, entertainers and musicians, said a statement.
The food festival will showcase stalls by the leading names in the culinary space like Krispy Kreme, Sandoz, Enoki, Baking Bad, Ooh La La, Nooshe Joon, Andreas Eatery, The Hillcart Tales, Fat Lulus, Tashan, Haldiram's, Ami's Food Cafe, Kylin, Keventers, The Great Kabab Factory, Neung Roi, Taj, Monginis, Roseate, Lite Bites, Veda, ITC, ICE, Gianni, Fratelli Vineyards, Kaffa Cerrado, Jom Jom Malay, Kofuku, Trendz and Royal China
"As India's biggest food festival, Lloyd HT Palate Fest has always been at the cutting edge and led the pack.
"As a result of its unique mix and focus on food in just three years, Palate Fest has gone pan India with 9 successful festivals across Delhi, Goa and Chandigarh. The festival marks the beginning of the holiday season and wakes Delhi from its summer slumber," said Aditi Kapoor, Co-founder and Director of Palate Fest Pvt.
The festival will also witness remarkable performances by renowned music artists and bands such as Astitva and Indian Ocean on November 17, Euphoria on November 18 and Rocknaama, Raftaar and Sankraman on the last day of the festival.
The festival also offers gastronomic delights from the Market Square, including over 50 plus stalls offering gourmet products and ingredients.
"This year the festival will bring together more than 100 stalls and the best of kitchens with an melange of Delhi's finest culinary names including the market square area). The three-day spectacle promises a plethora of culinary experiences to explore and an opportunity for the visitors to distress and enjoy live performance," Said, Ruchi Sibal, Co-founder and Director, Palate Fest Pvt. Ltd.
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