Multi-city food festival opens in India from March 11

New Delhi, March 1 (IANS) Foodies in the country have a new reason to cheer for! Drawing inspiration from the culinary trend in India, a 10-day multi-city food extravaganza called ‘Beyond Flavours Dining Festival’ will start March 11.

Brewfer.com in association with HSBC is presenting the festival, which will be held between March 11-20, and will have as many as 100 gourmet restaurants across Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru, Chennai, Pune and Kolkata participating in it.

The event provides customers with an opportunity to explore the fest that mainly consists of three- or four-course meals at one’s favourite restaurants across the host cities for Rs.1201.

Foodies in each of the cities can take their pick from several eateries.

In Mumbai, one can choose among eateries like the Sofitel, Salt Water Café, Terttulia, Hard Rock Café, Burma Burma, TGIF, Harry’s Bar and more.

In Delhi, on offer are Hard Rock Café, Smoke House Deli, Garage Inc, Oasis & Paranda by Vivanta by Taj, Singh Sahib and more.

At Bengaluru, places like Smoke House Deli, the Glass House, the Big Kahuna, the Solitaire and Italia at The Park have made it to the list; while in Pune, one can head to Hard Rock Café, the Little Door, Euriska, TGIF, Prem’s, the Ship Grill and other options.

For foodies in Kolkata, places like Gharana, Multi Cuisine, Fluid at the Big Boss, the Gateway Hotel, TGIF, Aura, Serafina & Bombay Brasserie are part of the gala, and from Chennai, food afficionados can indulge in menus from places like Hard Rock Café, Kipling Masala & Café at ECR, Tangerine, Tuscana Pizzeria, Teppan and more.

Reservations will go live on Wednesday on Brewfer.com.

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