We have lived in Delhi all our lives; if you have been following us on our Instagram handle, you would know, the other great love for both of us is food! At Wanderers Hub, we truly stand by the fact that sampling local dishes (read desserts) is the best known method to gauge the pulse of a city.
We got really excited when we first heard of a dessert festival in Delhi, especially after having missed the hyped ‘Grub Festival’. And indeed we spent the rest of the night anticipating the unique desserts that would greet us the next morning.😀
At 11 am on Saturday, we got ready and left for the Dessertian Festival, held at the SelectCity Walk in Saket, Delhi. A quick recce later, we took our tummies on a culinary ride that we won’t regret ever – amazing food festival in Delhi indeed!🙂
We ate – we binged at all possible dessert stalls (chat ones too) , sampled one choco cake too many, even learnt about makings of a few desserts, and drank too many ice teas to beat the Delhi heat. We still love our chocolate truffles and red velvet cakes, but there’s much more to desserts than that.
1. #DessertianFest is one of a kind three-day event for dessert lovers that is being held at the SelectCity Walk on 24th, 25th, and 26th March.
2. You can try the best of desserts from Delhi & NCR’s best bakeries, restaurants, and other vendors, all in one place.
3. You are assured yummy stuff everywhere!
Don’t forget to make a quick stop at:
2. Milk Patisserie
3. Letz Roll
4. YOLO 21 Cafe
5. Turquoise Turkish Ice cream
7. The Sweeet Jar Bakery & Cafe
8. Zoet Desserts
9. Whisk a Wish
10. Touch of London Caffe
Here’s a quick look of the #DessertarianFest in Delhi:
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most delicious post ever… 😀
All this delicious food is making my mouth water 🙂
Oh, how wonderful it is! Everything looks delicious and beautiful. I would eat everything 🙂
Wow! I just ate lunch but my stomach is grumbling looking at all this 🙂 What a delicious post. I would loooove to stumble upon a dessert festival someday. I totally agree, getting to know the food is one of the most important parts in getting to know a culture or a country or a city.
This is very awesome, It make me so hungry the picture is so delicious. I would like to have some.