Super Ruchi Habba – Bangalore’s Biggest Food Festival is back with so many Interesting Surprises!

by Paul Becker
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Super Ruchi Habba – Bangalore’s Biggest Food Festival is back with so many Interesting Surprises!

A great news for all the foodies who live in Bangalore: the ultimate vegetarian and non-vegetarian food festival is back again with so many interesting surprises! Have you attended last year’s food festival? Then you might have enjoyed great food with finger licking taste at the food festival, right? This year, the Food Festival will be held for three days (21-23 September) with more than 100 numbers of food stalls!

The theme of Super Ruchi Habba food festival: “Desi Meet Videsi

At the Food Festival, you will find out a variety of food stalls, serving foods from different regions like Chinese food items, Thai items, South Indian food items, North Indian food items, etc. From a variety of starters to desserts, from a variety of snacks to sweets, you will get all type of items in the Food Festival. What do you want to eat at the food festival? Make up your mind from home as you are going to get endless numbers of options to choose from!

Where to go?

The Food Festival will be happening at Bangalore’s Freedom Park (near Gandhi Nagar). As ample parking space will be available, you can easily park your car there. Make sure that you arrive early; otherwise, you might have to face a huge crowd!

Book a ticket: 60 INR only for one person

Food Fest Timings to remember: 21 September 10:00 AM to 23 September 08:00 PM

What do you want to taste? Italian, Continental, Mexican, American, European, South Indian, North Indian, Thai, Chinese, street food, and local cuisines; every type of item will be available at the Food Festival. So, prepare yourself for the upcoming food festival and enjoy some delicious foods for thee days!

Other attractions: There will be a Fries Eating Competition at the Peppy Peppers’ stall! So, if you love to eat snacks or fries, then you can participate in the competition!

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Sumana Kosigi September 21, 2018 - 11:58 am

Isn’t it only vegetarian?? Ur article mentions nonveg

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Antra sah January 9, 2019 - 6:22 pm

it had both

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