9 More Events & Festivals In Delhi To Keep Your Palate Busy
February 10, 2016

9 More Events & Festivals In Delhi To Keep Your Palate Busy

January might have been somewhat deprived of festivals and events catering to the foodie – except for a few that dotted the last week – but February here is totally making up for it! Here are 9 more delicious events in Delhi that you can head to.


  1. Amrosu Soup Fest

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Date: Till 13 February

Price: INR 1,200 onwards

Douse your palate in a spectrum of delicious soups from Nagaland including delicious pork, chicken, prawn and excellent vegetarian variations.02_MatzoBallSoup_016.tif


  1. Surajkund International Crafts Mela

Date: Monday, Feb 1 – Monday, Feb 15

Venue: Surajkund, Faridabad

For the love of crafts, colors and heaps of good – no, great – food, pay a visit to this crafts fair. Spread over acres of land, the place is every culture junkie’s dream come true.feature image surajkund chaat


  1. Indulge Valentine’s Carnival

When: Sunday, Feb 14

Time: 11am – 10pm

Venue: Ansal University, Sector – 55, Golf Course Road, Gurgaon

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with InnerChef’s Valentine Carnival and enjoy a whole bunch of games, desserts, food trucks and groovy live performances.Featured image 14 foods to avoid on valentines day


  1. Organic Living Fest

Date: Saturday, Feb 13 – Sunday, Feb 14

Time: 10am – 6pm

Venue: Devang House, Ashoka Hotel, New Delhi

The second edition of Devang’s Organic Living Festival brings along a weekend full of events like an all day Organic Farmers Market, Organic Bakery, cooking demos, farming workshops and much more!rsz_bigstock-fresh-organic-vegetables-in-wi-47214697-1024x681


  1. Bao Wow Fest

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Date: Monday, Feb 1 – Sunday, Feb 14

Go wow over delicious baos at the Fatty Bao. The two-week festival entails a number of stuffing options filled inside cushiony-soft bao. The amount of options is crazy, as will you be after eating all that food.fattybaofeat


  1. Kids Culinaire

Date: Saturday, Feb 20 – Sunday, Feb 21

Time: 11am – 10pm

Venue: PSOI Club, Nehru Park

About time the young ones got a food festival of their own. No, the event won’t see a house made of candies and gingerbread people; on the contrary, the event is all about enlightening kids about the importance of healthy eating, in a fun and interactive way.Children Healthy


  1. Dessert Bazaar: Edition III

Date: Saturday, Feb 27

Time: 11am – 7pm

Venue: One Golden Mile, Shaheed Sudhir Tyagi Marg, Off Africa Avenue, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi

A day full of delicious desserts brought to you by over 25 vendors and bakers, the Dessert Bazaar is going to be one big sugar rush. And a great one at that. Absolutely must not miss.red-velvet-cupcakes1


  1. GoBuzzinga’s Maggi Fest #MaggiTujheSalaam

Date: Sunday, Feb 28

Time: 12pm – 9pm

Venue: PSOI Club, Nehru Park

Let’s celebrate the victorious return of our favourite instant noodles with a Sunday loaded with Maggi! Get ready to binge on Maggi Samosa, Maggi Momos, Vodka Maggi, Maggi Pizza and the likes! *Wipes tear*feature-image-maggi


  1. Dim Sum Fest

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When: Till March end

Price: INR 150 onwards

Get high on a variety of steaming hot dim sums at Asia 7. The restaurant has laid out its culinary best for you to enjoy till you drop!dim sum

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Binge eater by day and binge watcher by night, Ankita is fluent in food, film, and Internet. When she’s not obsessing over the hottest trends, tacos, and the perfect author’s bio, you can find her under a pile of Jeffery Archer’s novels or looking for the nearest wine shop.

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