Delhi food scene became even more delicious with the three day Palate Fest organized by Aditi Kapoor and Ruchi Sibal - perhaps the most happening garden party ever witnessed by the capital.Some of the best restaurants participated showcasing new menus and old favorites . There was also live music , shops selling organic produce - a few home chefs at work. It was great to be able to be out in the open , enjoy your wine and beer - all very civilized .
New for me was The Toddy Shop - superb and delicious food , however they were just unable to cope with the demand - Do visit them at HK Village .Galauti burger at Farsi was great though I would have preferred it with less or no green chutney , nonetheless superb and a must try .TownHall and their yum sushi , Duck Paella at The Spanish Embassy stall were outstanding as were tikkas at Tikka Town . The Olive/Sodabottleopnerwala/Guppy enclosure was buzzing as were the crowds at Kylin and Royal China.
A suggestion for next year - there must be some toilets , a lot more seating with tables and perhaps the spread of restaurants / shops should be a little more compact .Actually this event is best mid December when it's not so hot, it did get a bit uncomfortable weather wise.
Take a bow Aditi Kapoor and Ruchi Sibal for putting together such a fabulous event and we at Delhi Gourmet Club are proud to be associated with The Palate Fest.