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Palate Fest, 2015

I was really excited to visit the second edition of Palate Fest, 2015 at Nehru Place which happened from 27th November to 29th November, 2015 because its uniqueness and the varied hogging option.

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Right from the entrance to the last stall in the venue; positive vibes flows everywhere along with aromas of delicious food, with super pretty installations.

The first stall that we stopped at was  
  • The Taj.

Fish & Chips, with Banoffee Pie

Fish and Chips, along with Banoffee Pie in a combo.
The insides of the fish was really soft, and really bland.
Whereas the Banoffee Pie was pretty good, the right fruity taste of the bananas and the cream tasted just right.
To my surprise, the staff at the stall was confused about the menu as well as the process of serving the guests.

Cost : Rs. 550 
Location : Sardar Patel Marg, New Delhi
  • Brown Box

They had a piece of their delicacies for tasting, on the basis on which we ordered the Chocolate Brownie. A round shaped brownie with little chocolate chunks which tasted like choco chips. Though, they were out of chocolate syrup, but it still tasted good without it


Cost : Rs. 300
Location : Panchsheel Park, New Delhi

The Sugar CubeThe Sugar Cube's famous Red Velvet in a Jar concept is known to all.
And this was the time that I gave it a shot. 
Haven kept Elma's Red Velvet Cheesecake on hold, I still thought of getting it; because Hey! It's Red Velvet Cake!

Goes well when refrigerator.

Cost : Rs. 180
Location : Greater Kailash 1

  • Big Fat Sandwich
 Every time I passed Big Fat Sandwich's stall; I saw longs ques
After getting into one myself, I got my hands on the last Texas Massacre.

BBQ Pulled Pork which was supposed to be with dipping cheese, but it was not.
The pulled pork was delicious, oily but not cheesy. 

Cost : Rs. 300
Location : Ambience Mall, Vasant Kunj

I am definitely looking out for 'Big Fat Sandwich' .

  • Picco Licko
Picco Licko was featured in the Little Black Book's recommended stall for this fest.
They had scoops, and even tubs to take home.

Chocolate Ripple Classic : Plain vanilla ice cream with a sheet of chocolate topped. The sheet of chocolate tasted firm and nice, and has landed into my favorites.

Chocolate Fudge Cake : Tasted like frozen cake. If you like dark chocolate, you'd definitely like this.

Cost : Rs. 100 for two scoops
Location : Udyog Vihar, Gurgaon

  • Elma's Kitchen
One of us was a total Elma's fan, and was so determined to have their Red Velvet Cheesecake that it made her cranky when they said that It would take a while to get the Cheesecake in stock.

After waiting a good 15 minute, we finally got the Cheesecake and it is the best that I have had till date.

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Cost : Rs. 350
Location : Hauz Khas Village

There were pretty installations at the fest which would definitely want you to capture them!

  • Fat Lulu's

Location : Multiple Outlets

  • Wok in the Woods

Location : Multiple Outlets

  • The Farzi Cafe

Location : Multiple.
Opening soon in Connaught Place!

  • Bombaykery 
Stacked up Macaroons!

Location : DLF Phase 4, Gurgaon

The other attraction, apart from food was The Euphoria.

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They kept the crowd going, and gave a pretty damn show for their fans.
They emerged from Delhi and the hooting from the crowd was their motivation!

Their famous song, Maeri was one song that everyone wanted to listen to! 

This was an unique and delicious food festival full of awesomeness, bright lights and pretty decor.

I am so looking forward to the next year's Palate Fest, and would crash in with a big appetite and huge pockets

Did you attend the fest too?
I would love to hear you experience, you know where to type! ;)

Until next time