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Asian Hawkers Market II to be held at Select City Walk Delhi between February 12 -14

Tuesday, February 2, 2016, 16:00 Hrs  [IST]
HBI Staff |New Delhi

After attracting more than 45,000 visitors in 2015, Asian Hawkers Market (AHM), a food festival that celebrates the cuisines from pan-Asia, is all set for its second edition at Select City Walk in Delhi between February 12 and 14.

According to organizers of the festival, the second edition will see number of new brands participating and showcasing their food at the Hawkers market. AHM-II will see Pa PaYa of Mumbai, promoted by multi-award-winning restaurateur , Zorawar Kalra, presenting its critically acclaimed dishes for the first time in Delhi. Also in the thick of the action will be Delhi-NCR's newest Asian restaurants – Honk at Pullman-Novotel, New Delhi Aerocity, and The Bento Café from Ashish Kapur, creator of The Wine Company, dimsumbros and Yo China, showcasing their products for the first time at a food festival. And Vidur Kanodia of Shiv Sagar fame will test-market his forthcoming brand, Hawkers Chowk, and its unique range of Sichuan dosas, Chinese bhel and chilli idlis.

 "In the spirit of Startup India, we hail these brands and their promise to make the Delhi-NCR dining scene more exciting than it has already become," says Atul Sikand, one of the four founding partners of the Asian Hawkers Market. Adds Sid Mathur, Director and Head of Food, Impresario Entertainment & Hospitality, and another founder partner, "We are committed to our promise to provide visitors one platform for exclusive food experiences. These could be restaurant debuts, new dishes from familiar places, and participants from other cities."

 AHM-II will also see the return of the multi-award-winning restaurants that participated in the inaugural show and were literally mobbed by visitors. Popular Pan Asian restaurants Asia7, Chi The Asian Cookhouse, Fatty Bao and Mamagoto are back, and so are Berco's (Chinese and Thai), En (Japanese), old favourites Jade at The Claridges and Joy Luck Moon (Chinese), Latest Recipe at Le Meridien Gurgaon (Japanese street food items from the 24x7 restaurant), Neung Roi at Radisson Blu Plaza (Thai), Social (Chinese takeaway boxes), Wow Momo (momos with a twist), and Yum Yum Cha (Japanese street food and speciality soft drinks and ice-creams).

Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) will promote Amazing Thailand with a cart full of delicacies prepared by Thai chefs in Delhi-NCR.

"We are confident that this will be the beginning of more such associations between national tourism offices and AHM," says Sourish Bhattacharyya, acclaimed food columnist and blogger, and one of the founding partners of the Asian Hawkers Market. He adds: "We are waiting for the day when restaurants from across Asia will stir the pot at our one-of-its-kind food festival."

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