Pune: Crowne Plaza Pune City Centre is all geared up to tantalise your taste buds with their upcoming Street Food Festival at Mosaic. To be hosted from Friday, June 23rd to Sunday, July 2nd, this festival will bring all the flavours from the streets of Delhi, Kolkata, Awadh and Punjab to your plate. A wide array of lip-smacking Indian and Indo-Chinese delicacies will instantly transport the patrons to the streets of India.
The quirky décor consisting of thellas (carts), benches and lanterns, combined with the wafting aromas and the rustic style of food presentation will further enhance the culinary journey of the foodies. The eclectic mix of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes like Chat, Momos, Tibetian Thupka, Haleem, Tawa Chicken Changezi, Chappli Kebab, Murgh ka Barrah and many more are sure to satisfy the street-food cravings of the visitors! Concluding this feast with some lip-smacking desserts like Matka Kulfee, Gulab Jamun, Badam Thandai and Gulab Jamun, the fest will give the patrons an unforgettable experience straight from the streets of India.
Dates: From Friday, 23rd June to Sunday, 2nd July
Time: 7:00pm onwards
Price: Rs. 1175/- (Plus Taxes)
Venue: Mosaic, Crowne Plaza Pune City Centre, Bund Garden Road
For enquiries please call: 9545480732
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