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If there's one thing that Indoris are known for, it is their love for food. The Indori Poha and Namkeens are world famous and for good reason. However, Indoris often can't find the best of food in the city, which is why this Indori food carnival is coming as our saviour.

The Indori Zayka Food Carnival is on its way and we're already prepping our taste buds for it. The carnival promises three days of unforgettable food, fun and entertainment, along with a few special surprises. Interested? Well, read on to know all about it!

What's happening?

Foodies in Indore, it is time to rise up because on of the biggest food carnivals is coming very soon! So go ahead and ditch those cafes and swank places as you take in the taste of some authentic Indori and Central Indian dishes. Bringing together the ethos and culture of this vibrant city, the event is going to be a whirlwind of fun.

Here, it's not just about food, though that is the main attraction. There is also an entire dedicated area just for shopping. When you're here, you're not going to want to get out as they give everything to you right on a platter. Apart from that, you should also brace yourself for a few musical shows and an amazing menu!

What food will you get here?

You may think that this fest will offer only the same old Indori dishes that we love so much, but that is not the case. The event will pack everything related to food and Indore and will tell a story through it all. Not only is it a celebration of colloquial Indori cuisine, it is also an homage to the past of the city, which is where all the rare dishes stem from.

Additionally, there will also be a few other age old Madhya Pradeshi dishes which should catch your fancy. Littis and minty chutneys will beckon you as you walk along the carnival so be sure to have a good appetite when you do plan to go.

Knock Knock

Whenever it comes to food festivals, we're always for them. Indore in itself has such a vibrant food scene, but when there's a fest that brings it all under one roof, we just can't help ourselves. So what are you folks waiting for? Go ahead and pig out to your heart's content!

When: December 20-22

Where: Fagun Gardens.

For more information, click here.

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