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Delhi’s self-proclaimed happiest food festival is back, and here’s what’s comin’ right up. Horn OK Please will kickstart March with a burst of flavours (quite literally). As with their previous editions, this round of festival promises to bring a weekend of fun, food and fries. Venture around their world as you navigate via their all-new Walking Street, with pop-ups of Delhi’s favourite restaurants including Setz. Food fests and budget-eating go together like bread and butter, and so you should take a swing by Grub Campus. Everything in this zone costs less than ₹ 250.
There’s something about food trucks, isn’t there? These restaurants-on-wheels are mightier than they seem, and often serve the most unexpectedly delicious food. At the food truck park within the festival, find 12-15 of the city’s best food trucks—minus the looking around. Some of the other food vendors include Chicago Pizza, Woodbox Café and Al Qureshi. End your food journey at Dessert Lane, with an ice cream sundae in one hand and a waffle in the other. Divine? We think so.
Besides the obvious, there’ll be performance by indie bands at the HOP stage and a mini flea market, Quirk Bazaar where you can shop from homegrown labels such as Poster Hook, Paperkami, Alicia soaps, among others.
The tickets are out on Nearbuy.com here
When: March 1-3, 2019, 11am—10pm
Where: JLN Stadium, New Delhi
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