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Delhi’s food truck festival, Horn Ok Please is back with its third edition

From lush meals to quick bites and pocket-friendly food for students, there's much to munch on

Nanda Das @nanda1das 7 March 2018, 8:54 PM
Get set for a foodilicious trip down nom nom lane

Get set for a foodilicious trip down nom nom lane

Book your calendars for this weekend as Horn Ok Please, Delhi's three-day Food Truck Festival, is back to take you on a foodilicious trip down nom nom lane. It promises to be bigger and better this time around as it will feature grub from leading food trucks, restaurants, dessert carts and bakers.

The third edition is all set to kickstart in Delhi from Friday, March 9, and go on till March 11 at the Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium. This year, their prime focus is on school students, who are currently going through their board exams. "Just to lessen their stress, the organisers have made the entry free for 10th and 12th board exam-giving kids. The primary motive behind erecting this student-friendly arena is that most other food festivals that happen in the city turn out to be very expensive, which is why at Horn OK Please, they can happily arrive at The Grub Campus and eat their fill of scrumptious dishes without having to shell out too much," says a source from the organisers.

 

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Here are some other highlights of the food fest:

The Grub Campus

Every single stall at The Grub Campus will offer items like Maggi, momos, burgers, pastas, funky French fries and lots more, just under Rs 200.

The Kebab Lane

An entire area dedicated solely to sizzling, meaty kebabs. It boasts of dishing up 100+ varieties. Spot stalwarts like Koyla Kebabs, Nayaab Kitchen, the popular Chawla Tandoori Junction, GK’s House Of Tigers with their unique Beetroot Shikampuri Kebabs are a part of the festival.

Shakes Province

Horn OK Please will feature a whopping 100-plus varieties of freak shakes, monster shakes, bubble teas and more. Some of the vendors here will be Dr Bubbles peddling their bubble teas and there's also Selfie Swag Cafe, which will be offering coffees with selfies imprinted on them.

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Dessert Zone

This section will bring together the best home bakers and sweet shops, each one with something different and special to offer — from black ice creams to cold stone ones. Some of the popular names are Oh So Stoned, Baker Confidential, High On Sugar and Creme Borne.

Waffle Mart

It will boast of a bevy of 200-plus waffle varieties.

Quirk Bazaar

A mini flea market offering everything from junk jewellery to hand-painted sneakers.

Food Trucks and Carts

An array of 50-plus food trucks handpicked and curated from across Delhi NCR

Besides the food, you will be entertained by more than 25 homegrown artists.

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