The Heritage Food Festival is here in Delhi!


What’s Delhi without gaana, shaana and khaana!

After the successful first edition in Mumbai, LF 91, a Heritage Food Festival makes its way to the Delhi – NCR. In its second edition, LF 91 brings the South of India to Gurugram. The festival is an endeavour to bring regional heritage food to the urban heartlands. Hundreds of authentic dishes from the deep corners of Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu will make their way to the National Capital Region.

The festival will have food prepared by celebrity chefs like Kunal Kapoor and Pankaj Bhaduria, at the Leisure Valley Park. This weekend, get ready to be a part of an Entertainment & Food Festival, which is an endeavour to bring regional heritage food to the urban heartlands. In its second edition, the festival will bring South Indian food to all the food lovers at Leisure Valley, Gurugram on 23rd and 24th March 2019.

Here’s the schedule:

Saturday, 23rd March

Food festival from 4 pm onwards, Deejay AJ: 4.00 pm, Dhol Act: 7.00 pm

Jassie Gill & Babbal Rai: 8.30 pm

Sunday 24th March

Food festival from 12 noon onwards, Deejay AJ: 4.00 pm, Dhol Act: 5.00 pm

Ritviz: 7.00 pm, Raghu Dixit Project: 8.30 pm

What’s more?

The Great South Indian Brunch* (Limited Seats): Handpicked dishes from the 4 southern states to take your palate through an exciting journey of genuine South Indian cuisines. Indulge in the heritage of South India with authentic decor and ambience, soothing music, cold beverages and let the paradigm shift south on your senses.

The Royal Kerala Sadhya* (Limited Seats) From God’s Own Country we bring you god’s crafted masterpiece! A feast straight out of Kerala, prepared by third generation chefs.

Masterclass: Learn to cook lip smacking South Indian cuisines at a specially curated cooking masterclass with expert chefs.

Desi Bazaar: Spices from the south of India, pickles, handicrafts, papadams, filter coffee and more. Take the taste of South India back to your homes.

LF91 – Heritage food stalls from the South of India – The Great South Indian Brunch – crafted beverages – The Royal Kerala Sadhya – The South Indian Desi Bazaar.

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