Delicious meals all around

Street food

At Baba Kharak Singh Marg:  On the 24th evening at Baba Kharak Singh Marg, flavours don’t end and a dish as simple as a dosa has various mouthwatering flavours when cooked in a Punjabi kitchen than a South Indian one.

To celebrate the tradition of food in the capital, Delhi Tourism came out with the concept of ‘Dilli Ke Pakwaan’  during the Commonwealth Games in 2010. Since then, the journey has been immensely successful. This time again, fifth in series, ‘Dilli ke Pakwaan 2014’ promises to be an authentic treat. Nearly all states find their  authentic and twisted flavours here.

This is a bid to give an organised space to street food vendors in the region and usher in a new wave of vibrancy in street food cuisine.

Not only restricted to food, the ‘Dilli Ke Pakwaan’ will be host to other activities like ‘Dilli Dil Se’, a recipe competition-cum-food talk,

‘Dilli Belly’, a food photography workshop, on-the-spot paintings of autorickshaw installations under the banner ‘Rang De Dilli’ and a musical delight, ‘Delhi Unplugged’. The festival will go on till the end of December.

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