Must Attend Food Festivals In January

With the ringing of 2016, how can we forget to mention about restaurants celebrating food festivals to tantalize the taste buds of foodies like us? The new year has started on high spirits with a lot of food festivals taking place, which means it is going to be a hogging month.

Icy Spicy Food Festival, Caffe 9

Must Attend Food Festivals In January

Add spice to your life in this icy cold weather with Icy Spicy Food Festival at Caffe 9. The smartly curated menu offers a wide range of spicy and fiery dishes from across the globe paired with chilled drinks. A few of recommended dishes are Fiery Dragon Rolls, Cottage Cheese Szechwan, Chicken Casserole, General Tsao’s Chicken and many more. Whereas you can try cocktails and mocktails like Frozen Chuski.

Where: Caffe 9, Connaught Place
Date: on till January 23
Timings: 12:00 pm – 01:00 am

Steak Festival, 7 Degree Brauhaus

Must Attend Food Festivals In January

With temperature dipping day by day, it’s time to indulge in delicious delights as 7 Degrees Brauhaus hosts Steak Festival. The menu features options like Grilled Salmon Steak, Peppercorn Sirloin Steak, New York Strip Steak, Steak Chili, T- Bone Steak, Three Bean Steak and Chicken Steak and drinks like exotic winter cocktails like Honey Bourbon, Hot Toddy, Hot Butter Rum, Mulled Wine, Infused Mint Peach, Hot Russian and a lot more.

Where: 7 Degree Brauhaus, GurgaoDate: on till January 24
Timings: 11:00 am – 11:00 pm

Tacos and Tequilas Festival, Nero, Le Meridian

Must Attend Food Festivals In January

An explosive story of Mexican and American cuisine unfolds in the kitchens of Nero. The major attractions of the Tacos and Tequilas Festival are Tex-mex Chicken, Goat Cheese and Slow-cooked Chilli Lamb, Lime Cilantro Three-way Mushrooms, Honey Lime Sweet Potato, Kimchi Falafel Chilli among others. The menu offers Tequilas like Tequini and Margarita.

Where: Nero, Le Meridian, Connaught Place
Date: on till January 24
Timings: 11:30 am – 11:30 pm

Great Indian Food Festival, Dilli Haat

Must Attend Food Festivals In January

Celebrate the best street foods from different parts of India at Great Indian Food Festival. Famous vendors with generations of experience will come up with their best dishes to cater you. The highlights of the festival are special dishes from Delhi, Amritsar, Chennai, Hyderabad, Gujarat, Rajasthan and other various cities of India like Vada Pav, Gol Gappas and much more.

Where: Dilli Haat, Pitampura
Date: January 23 – January 24
Timings: 10:00 am – 08:00 pm

Winter Special Asian Kebab Festival, Tawak

Must Attend Food Festivals In January

To give you a unique experience this winter season, Tawak is hosting Winter Special Asian Kebab Festival. Take your pick from a variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian kebabs like Kashmiri Nadru Ke Kebab, Tawak Kakori and Murg Gilouri to name a few.

Where: Tawak, Noida
Date: on till January 31
Timings: 12:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Health And Style Food Festival, Zing, The Metropolitan Hotel

Must Attend Food Festivals In January

Winters are the perfect time when one wants to dig great food. But all fitness freaks that have been looking for restaurants serving healthy food, Zing at The Metropolitan Hotel and Spa comes as a saviour with Health and Style Food Festival. You can explore some healthy recipes like Quinoa and Barley Salad, Curried Lentil Soup, Potato and Leek Soup, Catalan Fish Stew, Smoked Chicken and Kinnnaur Apple Salad and many more.

Where: Zing, The Metropolitan Hotel, Connaught Place
Date: on till January 31
Timings: 07:00 pm – 10:30 pm

World Food and Wine Festival, Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium

Must Attend Food Festivals In January

Indulge in a variety of cuisines and liquor from all around the world at World Food and Wine Festival. After from this, you can also participate in many competitions.

Where: Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium
Date: January 30 – January 31
Timings: 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Amrosu Soup Festival, Nagaland’s Kitchen

Must Attend Food Festivals In January

This winter season, soak yourself in warmth with Nagaland’s Kitchen’s Amrosu Soup Festival. The pungent flavours of Naga ginger along with other ingredients like chives, dried grounded Naga rice marry very well with the fresh taste of Soup available in Pork, Chicken, Prawn and Vegetables.

Where: Nagaland’s Kitchen, Green Park
Date: on till February 10
Timings: 11:30 am – 11:30 pm


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(a) Biryani
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(c) Boondi Raita
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