The time has come to buckle yourself up and enjoy the different flavours of Indian food. Yes, the onset of the National Street Food Festival promises and is all about relishing the diverse flavours of 'desi khana'. If you are a foodie, then, this is no less than a paradise for you where you will get to explore scrumptious vegetarian and non-vegetarian delicacies. It is this time when Gol Gappas, Vada Pav, Tawa Pulao, Chicken, and Poha come under one roof to satisfy the cravings of the food buffs.
During the festival, it seems as if the Indian capital is welcoming food lovers and vendors from across the nation with open arms to the hub of great food. You would be surprised to know that at this event, around 500 street food vendors from throughout the country gather in one place, offering some of the most lip-smacking snacks, main courses food items, desserts, and whatnot. At the fest, one can see rows of food items lined up all waiting to be devoured by the food lovers.
This year, the 11th National Street Food Festival will be held at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium from 25th-29th December 2019. The celebrations will start from 12:00 noon and will continue until 10:00 in the night. You can book entry tickets to this festival online as well. Organized by the National Association of Street Vendors in India (NASVI) along with the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), this occasion is something that cannot be missed.
Due to its popularity, this particular event has become one of the signature events of the capital city. The major highlight of this boisterous foodie event is that it is inaugurated by celebrity master chefs, ministers, journalists and many other popular and celebrated people, thus successfully attracting a huge crowd.
Yes, every year, this event is attended by an average crowd of 20-25 thousand on a daily basis. Now, that’s a lot, isn’t it? And majorly because of this reason, we can see that it has successfully created a very positive impact thus, it is known as a festival which plays a key role in promoting our food culture, where people get to know better about the food items of other regions while relishing in their taste. It's an exclusive event where food vendors from about 25 Indian states gather in unity for the propagation of this adorable purpose.
And this year, the attendees would also be able to discover the charm of stalls like Festivals foods of India, Temple foods of India, Organic food bazaar, etc. The main objective of this event is to essentially bring the street food vendors in the mainstream so that they get the respect that they deserve.
By Air. Being the capital city of India, Delhi is extremely well connected with each and every Indian state by air routes. Practically, you can reach Delhi from any city by flight like Mumbai, Pune, Chandigarh, Kolkata. After deboarding Indira Gandhi International Airport, you can easily get a means of transportation like a cab, metro, auto-rickshaw or even a bus to reach your destination.
By Train. You can easily take a train to Delhi from other Indian cities like Chandigarh, Pune, Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad and many others. Pune-Bhuj Express, New Delhi Rajdhani Express, Poorva Express are some good options to reach Delhi.
By Road. Planning a trip to Delhi with one’s friends via road is simply an awesome experience for anyone. The fact that Delhi is well connected with other cities only adds to the overall fun. You can easily travel to Delhi from cities like Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Hyderabad, etc. The distance from these cities to Delhi is 1,424, 1,435, 2,170, and 1,578 km respectively.
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25th December - 29th December 2019
Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium
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