Take advantage of these exciting food and drink festivals in Delhi-NCR this month.
Delhi is a foodie’s paradise, with its diverse culture and vibrant cuisine. The month of March 2023 will be a great one for foodies, as several events and festivals are planned throughout the city. Visitors will have the chance to discover the diverse and rich culinary heritage of Delhi through these festivals, which feature a variety of dishes and drinks from around the world and India. Whether you are a resident or tourist, these upcoming food festivals in Delhi are to be noticed. We’ve compiled a list of some of the most exciting events in your city.
There are seven food and drink festivals in Delhi-NCR in March 2023.
The Gin Explorer’s Club
This weekend is filled with gin cocktails, groovy tunes, and incredible experiences. It’s a fantasy paradise that you will never forget. Gin City is a world far removed from reality. You will sip, dance and enjoy a land beyond your wildest dreams. When the clock strikes #GinOClock, you’ll know! Bring out the magic! Radico Khaitan and Jaisalmer Gin are among the participants.
Spring Food Festival
The month-long culinary celebration showcases the chefs’ culinary talents and celebrates the season’s flavors. This festival celebrates the best of food and drink during lunch and dinner. There will be many delicious and innovative dishes available to try. Each week, different cuisines, from Tex-Mex to Mughlai, Oriental, and Japanese, will be featured.
Food & Sneaker’s Street
Join us in a place that brings together foodies, sneakerheads, gamers, and musicians to trade or sell sneakers, as well as celebrate the growing sneaker culture of India through delicious food. Food & Sneaker’s Street hosts some iconic Indian street labels and sneaker brands to interact and engage with street style enthusiasts.
Cafe on 3 – Holiday Inn, Mayur Vihar
Holiday Inn New Delhi Mayur Vihar Noida hosts ‘Jamna Paar – Culinary tales from the Black River. This festival will feature a variety of delicious cuisines from the cities along the Yamuna River, including Delhi, Agra Mathura Uttarkashi, and Yamuna Nagar.
Chef Suraj Chauhan invites you to rediscover forgotten recipes and flavors from the banks of the river Yamuna. The menu features favorites such as Jholi Dahi and Annakut Ki sabzi, Aloo gutka, Dak Bungalow Chicken Gosht Choppan Kebab Tawa Bater Singhada Fry, Tawa Bater, and many more. Cafe on 3 offers various authentic cuisine from the cities along the river.
Haveli Dharampura – Kite Flying & Hi-Tea
Fly kites on the roof of Haveli Dharampura while enjoying a three course of Hi-Tea. The Haveli rooftop is a stunning place to see the colorful kites in the sky, especially when the cool breeze takes them up.
38 Barracks was the living room and balcony for a retired colonel who had served in the army. Everything, from the food to the decor, has a military theme. Connaught Place is perfect for drinks, food, and live music. The unlimited menu features Thai spring rolls, honey chili potato, and veg salt & pepper.
Pullman Mediterranean Fare
Pullman New Delhi Aerocity’s Farmer’s Basket restaurant will host ‘Mediterranean Fare.’ From the 17th to the 26th of March, patrons can enjoy a variety of Mediterranean dishes. The menu for the festival is specially curated by Chef Alexandre K. He has a 25-year culinary experience and worked in Michelin Star Restaurants in France, Japan, and other countries. His signature dishes include: Empanadas, Osso buncos, Bouillabaisses, Revithias, and Tangine.