7 Food And Drink Festival in India
The festive season has started in India from this month with many festivals lining up. From Navratre, Karwachauth, Dussera, And Diwali, people are rather excited to enjoy their favorite festival. As Indians and very fond of food and drink and thus food and drink festivals have been started in various parts of India from this October.
If you’re looking to do something outdoorsy, here are 7 food and drink festivals from this October in India:
1. Foodistan and Toddy Fest, Ten Heads Festival, NH8 Gurgaon/Delhi (22 – 25 Oct)
The 10 Heads Festival organizes ten types of festivals happening in one arena. It includes two festivals for food and drink respectively. In this festival, Foodistan tries to introduce best kinds of cuisine from India and abroad.
2. Asian Hawkers Market, Select City Walk, New Delhi (23 -25 Oct)
In Asian Hawkers Market celebrates this festive season by preparing sample everything from sushi all the way down to satay. The aim of this festival is to promote foods from Far East with several restaurants taking part to simulate the feel of a night-market with hawker carts and live demonstrations.
3. Grub Fest, Ambience Mall Lawns, Gurgaon (23 – 25 Oct)
Grub Fest brings all your favorite brands and food joints under one roof. In this festival several restaurants participate and many foodies visit to taste the best cuisines of various restaurants.
4. Bandra Wine Festival, Mumbai (7 – 8 Nov)
This might me one of the favorite food festivals of food and drink lovers, which brings wide range of wines from all over the world. Main highlights of this fest will be wine information session, a wine-tasting contest, an art show and a live performance. Also there will be multiple food stalls to pair up with your favorite wine.
5. New Delhi Palate Festival, Nehru Park (28 – 30 Nov)
The best things about these fests are that you can get every favorite cuisine at one place. Apart from eating hubs, there will be workshops and cookery classes for all. Ane the good News is –Entry is free of charge.
6. National Street Food Festival, Delhi (11 – 13 Dec)
All-time favorite street food festival will surely catch the major crowd of Indian foodies. Don’t miss this opportunity of tantalizing your taste-buds with snacks from their main origins like Pav Bhaji from Bombay, Poochka from Calcutta or Chatapata Kachoris from Jaipur on 11 – 13 Dec, at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium.
7. Sula Fest, Nasik (6 – 7 Feb, 2016)
The Sula Festival has shifting from major wine festival towards music. Set in the beauty of the Sula Vineyards, this festival attracts crowds for two days of fun with mix blend of music and wine, which is the perfect way to enjoy and spend your weekend.