Enjoy Turkish cuisine in India’s capital city at Pullman New Delhi Aerocity
For thousands of years, cultures and civilizations from all over the world have come together in Anatolia, a historical territory that spans both Europe and Asia
New Delhi : In New Delhi, the city’s capital, food is more like a central feeling that binds the people than a mere means of subsistence. An extraordinary event is being held at the Pullman New Delhi Aerocity, and it will take visitors’ taste senses on a journey across the colourful and varied terrain of Anatolia. Pullman New Delhi Aerocity has launched the Turkish Food Festival in collaboration with Chef Gokhan, giving visitors an unprecedented chance to sample the genuine cuisines of this transcontinental nation.
For thousands of years, cultures and civilizations from all over the world have come together in Anatolia, a historical territory that spans both Europe and Asia. The food is an exquisite reflection of this synthesis of cultures, a tapestry intricately woven from the threads of history, tradition, and invention. The Pullman New Delhi hosts a Turkish Food Festival. Aerocity’s mission is to bring the best of Anatolian cuisine to India without compromising on quality or originality. Guests may indulge their sense of taste in a wide range of delectable dishes, from the soft notes of Lamb Adana (a kebab meal that encompasses the essence of Anatolia) to the fascinating blend of familiar and unique found in Pide (the Turkish equivalent of pizza), which offers absolute delectability. Learn about the shared experience that is Mezze, a collection of tiny dishes that reflects the many cultures of Anatolia.
The Turkish Food Festival is more than a gastronomic extravaganza; it reveals the very essence of Anatolian culinary mastery. Indulge in the genuine flavour of our products, which are blended with high-quality Turkish ingredients. Experience the sumptuousness of tahini, the tang of sumac powder, the richness of molasses, the depth of seedless chilli flakes, and the appeal of zaatar powder.
Make your way to the Turkish Food Festival and let your senses be taken to the colourful and entrancing world of Anatolian cuisine, whether you’re a daring foodie or just curious in Turkey’s culinary heritage. Your gustatory senses will forever remember this incredible adventure.
Starting on August 25th and running through September 3rd, 2023, the festival at Farmer’s Basket in Pluck is an international feast that honours the rich history of Anatolian cooking.