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Horn Ok Please truck food fest returns to Delhi for 3rd edition

Hospitality Recreation

IANS  |  New Delhi 

Over 100 stalls and more than 50 food trucks will be serving around 100 variety of juicy and succulent kebabs, freak and monster shakes, bubble teas and waffle at the third edition of Horn Ok Please this weekend.

The three-day long gastronomical extravaganza will start on March 9 at the Jawaharlal Nehru stadium here.

Some of the brands taking part in the festival include Being Truckers, the Bollywood BBQ Company, The Lalit Food Truck Company, Mumbai's famous J Cafe bringing it's Magic Maggi Fries, Burgrill, Flippin Fritas and Sita Ram's famed Chole Bhature, amongst a lot more.

There will be a dedicated Dessert Zone, which will crowd together the best home bakers and sweet shops, each one with something different and special to offer - from black ice creams to cold stone ones - from brands including Oh So Stoned, Baker Confidential, High On Sugar, Creme Borne.

The entry to the festival will be free of cost to all 10th and 12th board students upon presentation of their exam admit cards, the organisers said in a statement.

"Catering primarily to the massive slice of student populace in the city, The Grub Campus will be a hub that will be crammed with stalls offering all kinds of grub like maggi, momos, burgers, pastas, funky french fries and lots more. Every single stall at The Grub Campus will have student-friendly prices to the tune of being under Rs 200," they said.

Starting off with one of the key features - food trucks, the festival will also feature an entire section devoted to Boho accessories, shoes, bags, junk jewellery and more at the Quirk Bazaar.

"The mini flea market crowded together with a lot many Boho brands offering everything from junk jewellery to hand-painted sneakers. This shopping arena will see offerings from CaseFactory, Print Octopus, vintage sunglasses from Screaming Nayan, personalised perfumes from Desi Western Handmade Perfumes and many more," they said.

The festival will conclude on March 11.



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First Published: Thu, March 08 2018. 15:22 IST