8 indian culinary festivals & expos you can't miss in 2016!
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8 INDIAN CULINARY FESTIVALS & EXPOS YOU CAN'T MISS IN 2016!
Food festivals and expos are extravaganzas of the delectable world of cuisine that no one can easily refuse! They are also a place for foodies, chefs and hospitality & culinary aspirants to meet, learn & share wisdom!
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Combine food festivals with India’s succulent flavours and you have the ultimate combo – Indian food festivals & expos! Here are 8 you just can’t afford to miss in 2016!
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One of India’s most popular wine fests, it takes place at the Sula Vineyards in Nasik, Maharashtra in February. Events include: 2 days of camping at “Tent City”. Splendid offering of food SulaFest Bazaar Variety of wine from the famous Sula
Vineyards Music and concerts
Culinary Arts Value: Special wine-tasting tours at the Tasting Room & the new Tasting Cellar with proficient sommeliers – a golden chance to get practical with wine-tasting as only culinary students can do!
Explore India’s first Sauvignon Blanc and Zinfandel vineyards
Try Chef Morgan Rainforth’s special menu with organic produce!
#1. SULA FEST, NASIK
Get this year’s updates on Facebook & Twitter
Sources - http://www.indiatimes.com/culture/food/7-food-and-drink-festivals-around-india-you-have-to-attend-this-october-on-245904.htmlhttp://www.sulafest.net/ http://travel.cnn.com/mumbai/drink/sulafest-where-boys-dance-girls-oooh-112049/http://www.missmalini.com/2015/02/09/our-top-10-most-memorable-experiences-from-sulafest-2015/
What if you could find the best of Pav Bhaji from Mumbai, the Puchka from Kolkata and the Kachoris of Jaipur all
simultaneously in New Delhi?
#2. NATIONAL STREET FOOD FESTIVAL, DELHI
Welcome to the National Street Food Festival!Organized by NASVI at the iconic Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, this show tantalizes you with Indian street-snacks that will transport your taste buds across the length and breadth of local food from across India.
Culinary Arts Value: Explore the rich intricacies and varied roots of authentic Indian snacks. Learn cooking tips from Indian street food experts!
Get date and event updates on FacebookSources - http://www.indiatimes.com/culture/food/7-food-and-drink-festivals-around-india-you-have-to-attend-this-october-on-245904.html S. Mazumdhar
This wine and haute cuisine fest was first organized in 2005 by the Goa Tourism Development Corporation Ltd. Explore wines from more than 20
wineries Goan cuisine from an assortment
of eateriesEvenings events include: Fashion shows Konkani artists Hoop Hulla Local bandsand the not to be missed Grape Stomping!
Place: D B Bandodkar Grounds, Campal, Panjim, Goa.
Date: 4-7 February, 2016
#3. THE GRAPE ESCAPADE, GOA
Culinary Arts Value: An opportunity to capture the influence of culture in the varied cuisine presented. Interact with hoteliers, international wine makers and local clientele. Get more updates here.
Sources - http://www.polkacafe.com/alcohol-festivals-around-india-1266.html http://www.festivalsofindia.in/grape_festival/
#4. THE GRUB FEST, PUNE
Gurgaon’s Grub Fest in 2015 was a major draw for restaurants and foodies whose expectations were surpassed by its success and
subsequent events like the Grub Fest Weekend.This year the buzz is all about the event coming to Pune & Delhi!
Get ready for your favourite brands and restaurants brought under one roof.
Culinary Arts Value: A chance to learn best-kept secrets from renowned international chefs!
Find all the details here.Sources - http://www.indiatimes.com/culture/food/7-food-and-drink-festivals-around-india-you-have-to-attend-this-october-on-245904.htmlhttp://www.thegrubfest.com/
3-day expo at the Bombay Exhibition Centre in Mumbai. This 11th edition event showcases products & services from the complete spectrum of the food and beverage (F&B) industry in a B2B platform.Organized by Koelnmesse YA Tradefair Pvt. Ltd and the Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, it’s one of the most important international sourcing trade fair for F&B trade and the catering & retail market.
Culinary Arts Value: Expos mean networking! Culinary students can
learn the latest about their preferred sectors in F&B.
#5. ANNAPOORNA WORLD OF FOOD INDIA, MUMBAI
Date: 22nd – 24th September, 2016
Sources - http://10times.com/world-food-india, http://www.worldoffoodindia.com/visitors.html
Global conference on the latest F&B market trends
Live cooking & wine-tasting sessions
Organized by the India Trade Promotion Organization (ITPO),
the 31st AAHAR is the go-to expo for buyers to explore the latest offerings of the food industry
and exhibitors to showcase their services.
2 exhibitions – “Hospitality India” & “Food India”.
It is the largest show of its kind in South Asia, with 872
Culinary Arts Value: Explore innovative F&B products,
services & equipment from 22 foreign participants.
#6. AAHAR INTERNATIONAL FOOD & HOSPITALITY FAIR, DELHI
Sources - http://www.aaharinternationalfair.com/fair-fact.php http://10times.com/aahar/photos-videos
This is one expo not to miss if you’re interested in the Indian culinary business scene!Date: 15th -19th March 2016
The Bengaluru Food Festival celebrates an assortment of
cuisines and creates an experience that will let
memorable tastes linger!
#7. BENGALURU FOOD FESTIVAL
Get event location & date updates here.
Interact with top chefs Somashekar (Fairfield Marriott), Philip Varghese and more
Cooking competitions Live performances by DJs & bands like Tidal Wave
Sources - http://www.polkacafe.com/9-reasons-you-should-attend-the-bengaluru-food-festival-only-one-of-them-is-food-337.html
Culinary Arts Value: Gain practical knowledge from chefs like Rakesh Sethi. 100 live demonstrations
last year!DIY sessions – show off
your culinary skills!
A fusion of two culinary worlds!AIMS Institutes, Bangalore hosted the Italian Culinary Expo – 2015, a unique exhibition that promotes learning of quintessential Italian cuisines with a permeation of Indian flavour.The event celebrates the association between AIMS Institutes with a top global institute of culinary arts – ALMA, Italy.
#8. THE AIMS CULINARY EXPO, BANGALORE
Sources - http://www.theaims.ac.in/aims-news.html
Famous chefs from Italy & India - Manish Mehrotra, Antonia Tardi, Cristian Broglia and others - were at the expo which is a go-to destination for all things culinary & Italian.Culinary Arts Value: Expert cooking demos, competitions &
a quiz for culinary students.
Visit this page for updates on the next AIMS Italian culinary expo
Encouraging young minds to explore the delectable world of culinary arts!
Brought to you by AIMS Institutes