23 Dec 2018
#BringYourOwnHunger: Because Delhiites just can't get enough of food festivals
It is raining food festivals in the national capital and joining the bandwagon today to make Christmas merrier by serving gastronomical delights is the "Bring Your Own Hunger" (BYOH) fest.
The three-day festival, at Ansal Plaza, promises to offer a lavish spread from the by-lanes of Old Delhi to the funky cafes from North and the exquisite fine dining of South Delhi.
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From melt-in-the-mouth kebabs to flavored Hot Chocolate, the festival is well curated to take its visitors on a culinary journey.
The journey will find its stops at Hudson Lane, offering the good old college nostalgia served fresh at iconic food junctions like 'Wheelys Cafe', 'Let's Nachos', and Dilli-6 Lane, offering the authentic flavors of "Dilli ki Galiyan" like Lucknowi Tund-e-Kebab and Daulat Ki Chaat.
Organizers explain why BYOH is better than others
"With so many food festivals happening in the capital city, we have hand-picked vendors to bring something new to Delhiites and soothe their winter cravings," Preksha Singh, Co-organizer, B.Y.O.H, said.
She further said, "Here, you can enjoy the vibe from North to South, East to West Delhi without putting a hole in your pocket, all under one roof."
Fest has 'gaming zone' and live performances by bands, artists
The festival also has a "gaming zone", equipped with play stations, VR, and live performances from various bands and artists like Jassie Gill, Babbal Rai, Sukhe Muzical Doctorz to up the entertainment quotient.
"Music line-up has been curated very thoughtfully...with renowned artists that will make you shake your leg on every beat," said Singh.
The festival comes to a close on December 25.
Big news for coffee lovers! Starbucks also participating in BYOH
Coffee giant Starbucks, who as per the organizers, is participating in a food fest for the first time. 'Dare to Detox' juice, new delicacies like special seekh kebab pizza omelet with hot tandoori chai or chocolate chai are some of the many highlights, said organizers.