The food fest will be conducted online from 4 -8 August, adhering to the pandemic protocols.
Here's a sneak peek into all that's happening at the first-ever mega event that is on till April 17.
The 'Dilli 6' food festival that kickstarted at Edesia at Hotel Crowne Plaza attempts to unravel the 'food stories' of Purani Dilli through the lens of historical events and a 'jugalbandi' with Lutyens' New Delhi.
Other main highlights of the food fest include Etisalat Beach Canteen, which will focus on Dubai's evolving international and local food scene, and homegrown brands that have been established locally.
The event will also host virtual food tours around cultural precincts - Traditional Taste (Tanjong Pagar/Chinatown), Katong Culture (Katong/Joo Chiat).
The Cochin Bakery organizes an exhibition of giant snacks to be considered for a record in the Limca Book of Records and the Best India Records
The name of the food stall surely creates curiosity among the people. Open the Bible to I Corinthians 10:25 and you will read, 'Eat anything sold in the meat market without raising questions of conscience.'
Onmanorama picks the best items you should try from these stalls at the fest.
From the special marikkatha dosa to the extra strong Dabbang beef biryani, the land of letters is beckoning foodies from all over by dishing out some unique and delicious dishes.
In the event hosted at the Le Meridian in Kochi, the noted chefs would share their special bond with each spice and the unique tales behind every special dish that they had created.