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India's biggest food truck fest is here, and it promises a fun ride

Horn. Ok. Please. Get set for this foodilicious trip down nom nom lane

Debasmita Ghosh @debasmitashankr 7 November 2017, 6:00 PM
Get set to board the nom nom truck

Get set to board the nom nom truck Image: Thinkstock

If you live in Delhi or are planning to visit the city this weekend, there are good times in store for you. And make that good food times if you love to eat. The two-day Delhi Food Truck Festival is here, and is all set to kickstart in the capital on November 11 at the Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium.

Get set to board the nom nom truck
That's what you call foodie heaven

The business of food trucks, already a rage in Delhi NCR, is multiplying in other metros as well. To facilitate young and promising food truck entrepreneurs, and give them a platform to showcase their F&B skills to the audience at large, DFTF was launched in April this year. "The festival is the biggest in the country. This edition will see mouthwatering and sumptuous cuisines from across the globe from more than 40 food truck brands, over 30 F&B stalls, a mega bar, and an exclusive sheesha lounge. There will also be interesting games, fun activities and live music form some of the best singers and bands," says Abhishek Deo, founder and festival director at DFTF.

Sheesha lounge
The exclusive sheesha lounge

Making the food tastier will be a yummy musical feast served by singer KK, the band Euphoria and DJ Anish Sood.

Hop on to his ambassador food joint
Hop on to his ambassador food joint

The fest boasts of cuisines from America, Italy, China and, of course, India. Some of the participating food truck brands include:

  • Lalit Food Truck (Mexican and Italian)
  • Celebrations Express (Shakes and fast food)
  • Hunger Theka (Continental and Italian)
  • Pop Stick Pop (Ice Cream)
  • Thyme (Continental, Lebanese, Fast Food)
  • BBQ, Lobo (Continental, Fusion)
  • Crazy Trucker (Mexican, Chinese and Italian)
  • Freezeup (Ice Creams and Desserts)
  • Road Side Roaster (Mexican, Awadhi, American and Fusion)
  • Doggy Style (Sandwiches and Hotdogs)
  • Burnout (Mexican and Italian)
  • Tongue Twisters (Ice Cream)
  • Rumi’s Kitchen (Awadhi)

That's not all. There will also be live performances by well-known bands, including Knox Artiste, Zikr Band, DJ Basspatch, Bollywood Brothers and Mankirt Aulakh.

Food Truck event
Live gigs will be a major attraction

The fest will be open between 2pm and 10pm on Saturday and Sunday, and entry tickets worth Rs 249 per person are available at Paytm and

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