The culture of India has driven by the religions beliefs, traditions, languages, ceremonies, arts, values and the way of life in India and its people. This is October, one of the festive month of India. Festivals plays major role in Indian lifestyle.
In India festivals and food are two side of a coin. Every festival brings own sweetness for entertainment and special cuisines along with it. The Indian cuisine is diverse, ranging from very spicy to very mild, varying with seasons in each region. These reflect the local agriculture, regional climate, culinary innovations and cultural diversity. In October most famous festival is Navaratri and Dussehra which is celebrated across country.
During festive session restaurants are more active to offer special cuisine to people according to the taste of festivals. Now a days people are more diversified and staying away from their home town. To engage people, restaurants organizing different events and food festivals during festive session.
Let’s explore some food festivals in Delhi during October festive session.
The Yum Yum Tree, one of the Pioneer restaurant in Delhi celebrating Oktoberfest. The Yum Yum Tree serves the very best of contemporary Chinese cuisine and Oriental street grills that carefully blended with innovative twists to create an experience that is familiar and yet fresh. Complement your feast with tall, hearty glasses of Beer as this is that time of the year when celebration of the ever-beautiful golden nectar has started all over the world.
Sushi is the most famous Japanese dish, and one of the most popular dishes among the Japanese themselves. Tapas world, one of the best restaurant in Defence Colony, Delhi Organizes this special Japanese food festival. In Japan, sushi is usually enjoyed on special occasions. The sushi festival is crafted with a motive to give healthy and delicious food option to Delhiites as this cuisine is rich in food value with less usage of oil that ensures a great taste with the health in mind. ‘The style of presentation of Japanese food is very unique,’.
Italian Food Fiesta
This festive season brings home the taste of Italy by Godrej Nature’s. As part of this gourmet extravaganza, Nature’s Basket stores will host a series of cooking demonstrations in association with Olive Beach. Celebrated chefs from your favorite fine dining restaurant in Delhi will demonstrate and share the many facets of pasta making. The gourmet chain will also offer attractive discounts on all Veneto products along with irresistible discount vouchers of 15% for a la carte at Olive Beach.
Andhra Food Festival
The eating habits of the Hindu royal families and the Muslim Nawabi royal families have heavily influenced the cultural factors of Andhra cuisine. You can find this Andhra Food Festival @ Cafe Uno Shangri-la Hotel. Guests can enjoy an amalgamation of the hottest dishes at the dinner buffet as Cafe Uno presents the Andhra Food Festival. The dishes include Miriyala Charu (Andhra Pepper Flavour Rassam), Bhendekayi Sambhar(Lady Finger Sambhar), Royallu Igru (Quick Andhra Prawn Dish) and Andhra Zupa Pulusu(Traditional Andhra Fish Curry).
Sicilian Food Festival
Relish the entire array of authentic Sicilian preparations at Sicilian Food Festival at Pomodoro, the Italian fine dining restaurant. This cuisine is predominantly inspired by Italian cuisine with traces of Spanish, Greek and Arabic traditions. The Sicilian Food Festival will offer a spread of flavoursome delicacies such as Involtini Arrostiti – Sicilian chicken involtini with pecorino and nuts, Tunnacchiu Nfurnatu – baked tuna with oven roasted tomato and fennel, Pasta O Furnu Catanisa – baked rigatoni pasta with lamb dumplings and eggplant and Broccoletti alla Siciliana – Sicilian style broccoli.
Grab your slice, Happy Festive Eating at Delhi Food Festivals!
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