29 November 2020 12:40 pm

Food Truck Festival returns to the national capital

- Posted on 01 November 2017

New Delhi, Nov 1 (IANS) With the mild chill in the air comes the season of indulging in mouth-watering delicacies and what can be a better way than to spend this weekend on a culinary journey at the upcoming Food Truck Festival.

Pepsi presents Horn OK Please — the two day food festival which begins on November 4, organised at the JN Stadium here, will not just present an amazing line up of restaurants but will also have music shows, a quirk bazaar, a drool-worthy mini waffle fest and several dessert counters to satisfy the winter’s sweet cravings.
This time around, it will play host to more than 40 food trucks such as Something Saucy, The Lalit Food Truck, Eggjactly, Foodrath, Burnout, Grubtrotters and Street Junction from Ludhiana to name a few. Some of the major highlights to watch out for will be a 60 foot long BBQ trailer, a waffle mart showcasing over 50 waffle varieties by the vendors such as Waffle Factory, Waffle Chowk, The Waffee and others. Additionally, there will be a Bira 91 beer garden and a cocktail bar.
Speaking of the upcoming 2nd edition, Digant Sharma, Organizer of Horn OK Please and Founder, So Delhi said: “We’re super-excited to associate with a giant brand like Pepsi, India’s most beloved beverage brand and this time around, we intend to make the festival much bigger with elements of newness and many food trucks debuting at Horn OK Please.”
Dates: Saturday and Sunday, November 4-5, 2017
Timings: 11a.m – 10p.m
Location: Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Gate No. 14
Tickets: Rs 200 (available on the spot).

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