One of the biggest food festivals of India, Zomaland is here again! After a stellar first edition earlier this year, food delivery giant Zomato is back with the second edition of its multi-city food and entertainment carnival Zomaland 2019 in Delhi. The festival, which is a three day carnival, is set to begin in Delhi from today, 13th of December and will go on through the weekend till 15th of December, 2019 at JLN stadium. Zomaland has scaled up its grandeur and is set to host itself in Mumbai and Hyderabad for the first time after Jaipur, Chandigarh and Pune.
|Here are the dates of Zomaland in cities across India:|
|Delhi||13th-15th December, 2019||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium|
|Chennai||18th-19th January, 2020||Phoenix Marketcity Mall|
|Bengaluru||31st January- 2nd February, 2020||Bangalore International Exhibition Center|
|Hyderabad||14th-16th February, 2020||Emaar MGF Boulder Hills|
|Ahmedabad||7th-8th March, 2020||Crescent Lawns|
|Mumbai||21st- 22nd March, 2020||BKC – MMRDA Grounds – R2 Ground|
The blockbuster food festival has an array of incredible 70 plus celebrated restaurants, divided into five food zones along with 1000+ innovative dishes. Be it an American burger or dim sums from the Asian cuisine, Indian kebabs or Mexican tacos or a simple ice-cream for your sweet tooth, Zomaland Delhi would have a food zone for every palate from international to desi. Popular restaurants like Made in Punjab to Enoki, Delhi Pavillion, to House of Candy are surely going to tantalise the taste buds of many at Zomaland.
Not just that, Zomaland 2019 has upped the game with larger than life attractions and an amazing line-up of 34 power-packed performances by some of India's most loved artists. The performances include the soulful Jasleen Royal, Ritviz, Sidhu Moosewala, DIVINE, Nucleya, Seedhe Maut, Prabh Deep, stand-up comedian Abish Mathew and many more! Besides these enthralling performances, Zomaland food festival is also bringing the world's first hawker chef to be awarded a Michelin Star to India. Singapore-based Chan Hon Meng, better known as Hawker Chan, will be serving the world's cheapest Michelin star meal- his renowned Chicken and Rice at Zomaland in Indian cities Delhi, Hyderabad and Mumbai.
Speaking about the festival, Chaitanya Mathur, Global Head - Zomato Live said in a statement, "We hosted our first ever Zomaland in Delhi earlier this year. The support and learnings from this city have been significant in building this property, which is why we are back with an incredible line-up of activities for it to be an unforgettable experience and hope to see everyone at Zomaland this weekend!"
Zomaland tickets are available for Delhi on the latest version of the Zomato App & insider.in.
About Aanchal MathurAanchal doesn't share food. A cake in her vicinity is sure to disappear in a record time of 10 seconds. Besides loading up on sugar, she loves bingeing on FRIENDS with a plate of momos. Most likely to find her soulmate on a food app.