It’s raining food festivals across Pune; the guide gives you a checklist of the ones to head to
Hotel Mercure Lavasa is hosting a Mango Mania festival wherein exclusive mango delicacies will be served in their buffet and a-la-carte menu with specialties like mango refreshers, mango desserts and mango appetisers. There will also be activities for kids.
At: Hotel Mercure Lavasa, Lavasa.
Flavours of Japan
Miyuki will give you a peep into one of the most colourful food cultures in the world. The fine dining Japanese restaurant is offering traditional and authentic Japanese cuisine, and a host of specialty dishes.
On: May 24
At: Miyuki, DoubleTree by Hilton, PCMC.
Celebrate the remaining few days of summer with the King of Fruits. Relish Alphonsos topped with fresh cream and ice cream at this eatery.
Till: May 30, 10 am to 11 pm
At: Best Brew, Eatery, Panash & Al fresco at Four Points by Sheraton, Fifth Mile Stone, Nagar Road, Viman Nagar.
Delicacies from Purani Dilli
The streets of Purani Dilli are filled with the aroma of food. Old Delhi’s famous Chandni Chowk is often termed the food capital of India and is famous for its street food. Head to Delhi Belly, a food fest dedicated to it.
Till: May 31 at Spice Kitchen and Shakahari, JW Marriott.
Mediterranean culinary voyage
Enjoy beverages such as Turkish coffee, and food items like Hummus, Falafel, Chicken Shawarma and more.
On: May 23
At: Seasonal Tastes, Koregaon Park
Street food festival
Explore the street delicacies of South East Asian countries with dishes such as Chicken Sui Mai, Thai Curry; the Greek specialty of Chicken Souvlaki and Middle Eastern street specials such as shawarmas and Murtabaks, Italian pizzas, Mexican fajitas and Indian chaats.
Till: May 25, 7 pm
At: The Square, Novotel Pune, Viman Nagar.