Delhi-based hyper-local discovery start-up, GoBuzzinga Labs LLP, in association with Delhi Food Walks, announces the second edition of its Momo Festival. Presented by MAGGI Cup-a-licious Soups, the festival brings together Delhi NCR’s best Momo dishes in one grand event, on 17-18 December 2016 at Garden of Five Senses, Saket, New Delhi.
Organized for the first time in Chanakyapuri, Delhi, in October last year, the festival received immense love from the people of Delhi, and more than 15,000 people turned up in just one day, making it the one of the biggest one-day festival Delhi has ever seen.
This time, GoBuzzinga has taken it to another level; the celebration will be held for two day from noon to 8 in the evening. Word has it that the festival will have more than 60 different varieties of Momo dishes, among 20 different vendors of Delhi NCR. The festival promises Momos varieties from the basic options of steamed, fried and tandoori to as diverse as, in terms of filling, preparation and dips, as Chocolate Momos, Vodka Momos, Galouti Kebab Momos, Peri Momos, Afghani Momos, Authentic Darjeeling Momos, Veg Spicy Lemon Momos, Pan (Sweet Pan) Momos, Shrimp Momos, Seafood Minced Momos, Achaari Momos, and what not! From the very lovable Red Hot Chilli Dip, one will find Mayo Dip, Peri Dip, Tangy Salsa Dip, Tomato Sesame Dip; does one need to say more!!!
Yashika Dubey, Co-Founder of GoBuzzinga says, “It is amazing how much the vendors of Delhi have experimented with, what used to be basic vegetable and chicken filled steamed dumplings. There are more than 400 different varieties of Momos available in the streets of Delhi NCR. And, we’ve brought together the most awesome ones at one venue! This festival is a tribute to the rich tradition of street food of Delhi, and there are many more such hidden gems in the Capital that we hope to explore with our festivals. Theme of our mobile app is also about helping users discover the not-so-know but amazing features of Delhi. We are soon expanding in other cities too, and we are going to take these festivals with us as well”.
She adds, “The love we have received from Delhiites during our past three festivals is surreal! We hope to keep surprising them with many more such editions”.
Anubhav Sapra, Founder of Delhi Food Walks says, “ Delhi has a vibrant street food culture and Momos has become an integral part of it. At one end, Majnu ka Tila famous for Tibetan delicacies has authentic tibetan style momos where as in Dwarka, one can savour Punjabi style momos- Peshawari, Achari momos. The momo festival provides an opportuniy for Delhiites to come out and relish all different varieties of momos at one place. In future, DFW plans to organise kebab and biryani festival in Delhi”.
Held at the beautiful gardens of Garden of Five Senses, in association with Delhi Tourism, the festival will exhibit somber music and some exciting games throughout the day for entertainment of Momo lovers.