If you are a sluggish office worker, a hungry college-goer or a family looking for quality meals, then the second edition of Horn OK Please, food truck festival, is your place to go. Delhi-based startups SoDelhi and GoBuzzinga, along with a multinational food, snack, and beverage company, are organising the two day extravaganza with 40 curated food trucks from all over Delhi NCR, with a slew of cuisines, including Indian, Thai, Chinese, Mexican, Italian, street food and more.
It will see trucks such as Something Saucy, The Lalit Food Truck, Eggjactly, Burnout, Grubtrotters, Sugarama, Sumo Sushi, Sardarbuksh, and BBQ Ride India to name a few. “This time we are offering a meticulously curated experience with more than 100 handpicked vendors and reasonable pricing at a bigger venue,” says Digant Sharma, founder, So Delhi, who believes managing logistics, dealing with licensing, and authorities were great learning.
Horn OK Please offers a weekend getaway featuring an array of dessert carts, a musical line-up, twenty homegrown entrepreneurs presenting their exhibits in a quirk bazaar, and a drool-worthy mini waffle feast to satiate our winter sweet cravings. 50 waffle brands such as Waffle Chowk, Waffle Factory, Wafflesome will participate.
The major highlights to watch out for will be a 60 foot long barbeque trailer to binge on grilled meat, while Bira 91 beer garden will offer refreshing all day craft beer brewed with pure ingredients. A cocktail bar and a VIP lounge curated by The Lalit will also be put up.
“The event will see 14 talented artists who are not mainstream but are active in the indie scene,” adds Sharma. The founder believes that the new generation of food trucks have brought in a novice food sub-culture that offers a fresh, pleasurable social experience without denting our wallets. Horn Ok Please: November 4 and 5, from 11 am to 10 pm, Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium.
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The festival is a two-day food truck extravaganza featuring 40 trucks including Something Saucy, The Lalit Food Truck. The highlights include a 60-foot-long barbeque trailer, a waffle mart that will have over 50 varieties of waffles, an array of dessert carts, along with 20 homegrown entrepreneurs staging