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A durbar of food...


IT WAS an eating and enjoying session for people of Delhi at MTR Radio Mirchi Food Durbar. The three-day food festival was organised in association with MTR (Mavalli Tiffin Room) and Whirlpool at Garden of Five Senses this past week. The food festival provided an opportunity to visitors to taste the varied range of Indian food. MTR restaurant and acronym with India's silicon city, Bangalore, was the promoter of the food festival. The famous chefs of MTR presented a live demonstration. At MTR stall in the garden, visitors tried a huge range of products on offer. There was an array of delicious products like ready to eat rice foods, curries to steaming hot badam milk and instant snacks and sweet mixes. The packaged foods were also available in the festival. There were spices, instant mixes, vermicelli, frozen products, papads, pickles, chips and ice creams.

In addition to MTR, outlets like the Moets (Barbeque), Govinda's Vegetarian, Mircheez, 100 Degress (Chicken hearts), Munchers and Rushours for a huge array of snacks. Egg Exclusive, Sagar Ratna, Melange, The Tarot Nest (International Cheese), Tropical Smoothie (beverages), Otik Plaza, Golden Dragon, Nizam's Kathi Kababs, Deez (Biryani), Nazeers Delicacies, Purani Dilli, Kabila, Domino's, Rodeo, Lebanese, Cafferels, Almaram, Yamu's Panchayat and Not Just Paranthas also put up stalls. Whirlpool also displayed their cooking products. The Food Durbar was divided into three food zones; from Indian to International, namely, Desi cuisine, Firang cuisine and Chatora cuisine. In addition, an inter zone competition kept the spirits alive, the winner was decided by the visitors. All present there got a chance to vote for their favourite food too.

The venue of the festival was designed to stimulate the senses of visitors by evoking the awareness of sight, touch, smell, sound and taste.

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