The thought of wolfing down hot kakoris and soft galoutis is enough to make one get up and plod through the traffic to Chandi Chowk. BUT, Delhi Food Walks and 10 Heads Festival are making it all the more easier for you, where you’ll find the likes of Old Delhi food stalls and famous eateries from across the city, plating up street food, just for you!
Find out more about the festival here.
Who all are coming to Nehru Park for 10 Heads Festival? Here’s what we know so far:
Vodka Momos by Queen’s Boulevard
Coming from Amar Colony, Queen’s Boulevard is absolutely infamous for their Vodka Momos. If you’re craving some authentic Indian tandoori fare, this is your calling. Tandoori Momos and Afghani Momos will also be waiting for you at Foodistaan this October.
Seekh Kebabs & Fish Tikka by Aslam Chicken
Serving patrons for 18 years now, Aslam Chicken is more or less the only reason the capital is craving butter chicken in the middle of the night. But they are bringing their other specialities Seekh and Fish Tikka to the party too! Expect a drizzling of butter on soft pieces of chicken and a green curd chutney with giant rumali rotis.
Galauti Kebabs by Al Rashida
Bringing all the fanfare from Zakir Nagar, Al Rashida will be plating Galauti Kebabs with Ulte Tawe ka Paratha. We are also expecting a large portion of their popular Chicken Keema to make its way into our tummies. Zakir Nagar is already quite famous for its North India fare, and this is your chance to sample some.
Mutton Litti by Litti.in
One of the only dedicated Bihari street food places, Litti.in is a takeaway based out of Malviya Nagar that has been serving litti with different combinations for a couple of years now. We hear they’re bringing their Mutton and Chicken Litti to this carnival.
Phirni & Shahi Tukda by Cool Point
Need something sweet after all the eating? Welcome to Sweet Street (curated by EatTreat!), where you’ll find everything from Indian sweetmeats to cakes and bakes. Cool Point is well-known for it’s Shahi Tukda and Phirni. Deep fried in pure ghee and served with a generous helping of thick cream, this is a perfect way to end your gluttonous journey. Made of milk and crushed rice, Phirnee is much lighter as compared to the former, but mouthwatering nonetheless.
There is a whole lot more planned for Foodistaan this year, we hear. There will be Taufeeq’s Biryani, chai from Singing Tree and a range of desserts. We’re can’t wait to find out more. Can you?
See you at 10 Heads Festival at PSOI, Nehru Park, Chanakyapuri.
Dates: 21, 22, 23 October.
Photo Courtesy Of: Delhi Food Walks
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