Culinary

cate

Sample the diverse flavours from different regions of the country that are distinctly characterised by the subtle and sophisticated use of spices, grains, fruits and vegetables that are all grown in the country. Indian cuisine is known for its large assortment of dishes. It reflects a perfect blend of various cultures and ages. Every region in India has its special food that’s a product of the distinct environment and a cuisine refined over hundreds of years. In a country like India the taste of people changes after every few miles like their culture, tradition and language. Kebabs, Dosas, Biriyanis and Butter Chickens get all the limelight, but there’s an abundance of culinary delights waiting to be devoured in all corners of the country. Wheat, Basmati rice and pulses with chana (Bengal gram) are important staples of the Indian diet. The food is rich in curries and spices, including ginger, coriander, cardamom, turmeric, dried hot peppers, and cinnamon, among others. Chutneys — thick condiments and spreads made from assorted fruits and vegetables such as tamarind and tomatoes and mint, cilantro and other herbs — are used generously in Indian cooking. Food and travel go hand-in-hand. There is probably no better way to experience the soul of a place than through its food. India’s rich land of both exquisite food and exceptional tourist sites makes it a perfect destination to feed the foodler (food+traveller) in you.

Street Food Festival
National Street Food Festival is an exclusive food and culinary art festival which is held in late December in New Delhi, India. Some of the best street food vendors from across the country present their food stalls to the visitors of the festival. Organised by the National Association of Street Vendors of India, the goal of the event is to promote street food , preserving and promoting the social and cultural diversity of India.

The GRUB FEST
The Grub Fest is a perfectly enthralling assemblage of food, fun and entertainment. Along with culinary workshops, an organic food market, music performances and a host of popular restaurants, the festival also has a special arena for mini-food trucks called the Grub Mile. To top it all, they also screen films about food – imagine slurping up some spaghetti while watching Ratatouille!

MANGO FESTIVAL
The International Mango Festival, held annually in Delhi, India during early summer, is a two-day festival showcasing mangoes. Mango growers from all across the country are invited with their produces. In this, mango eating competitions are held, fairs (melas) with cultural evenings are organised, and mangoes and its plants are also sold to attract commercial visitors. The festival is held at the Talkatora Indoor Stadium in New Delhi.

cate

Related Events

underline

Quick Links