Delhi street food Festival is also one that can woo anybody’s taste buds. Taking this street food to every person, the National Association of Street Vendors of India has planned to organise this Street Food Festival in Delhi.
The national capital city right now is going down with the temperature and the winters in Delhi are the one that are to be experienced.
Delhi has its own charm for the food. You will get the best north Indian found around the corners of the city both cheap and expensive.
You name it any, right from the chola kulcha to the parathas, it offers you the best of flavours.
Delhi street food is also one that can woo anybody’s taste buds. Taking this street food to every person, the National Association of Street Vendors of India has planned to organise this Street Food Festival in Delhi.
This food festival not only highlights the street food from Delhi but also from all over the country.
Street food runs in the heart of every foodie.
Every one is a diehard fan of the Indian chaat, that is one integral part of our great food dynasty. From gol gappas to the sev puri, and the winters treat, make di roti and sarso da saag, you can actually have all of them right under the same roof.
Some the Indian dishes that hit the menu of this festival are Golgappas of Delhi, Mangodas from Madhya Pradesh, Famous Hyderabadi Biryani etc.
The main idea behind this street food festival is to support the work of the street vendors and award them with their culinary skills. According to NASVI, promoting the street food and the identity of vendors will help in preserving the social – cultural diversity of India.
Amazing part is people from all the states of India take part in this Street Food Festival. Therefore, you can treat yourself with the delicious delicacies from all across the country.
This works as a sheer paradise for the entire food lovers, especially who are a fan of street food.
Also the aim of this festival is to make vendors know about the nutrition and health value of the food they make. They are informed about the importance of hygiene and that it will be good if they take care of the cleanliness, hygiene and nutrition of the food.
Other than food, there are also some cultural events and dance performances to bring closer all the diversities. This helps people to know more about the culture of different states.
So, it’s time pack your bags and travel to Delhi, experiencing this amazing festival that celebrates the street food!
Note: The Delhi Street Food Festival will take place from 25th December – 28th December 2014 at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Lodhi Road, Delhi. There is also an entry fee of Rs. 50.