What Not To Miss At Horn OK!

What Not To Miss At Horn OK!

HORN OK PLEASE! Yes. You heard it right. Once again, Delhi’s original food truck festival, HORN OK PLEASE, co powered by Pepsi is back with a bang with its second edition.
It would be amiss of you to loose this opportunity to visit this flamboyant, vibrant and lively food festival, because, HORN OK PLEASE did stand up to their promise to tantalize your taste buds.
Being a foodoholic, don’t forfeit this festival as it all is set to be a sweet and savoury food extravaganza.

On day one, it catered a multitude of people satisfying all hunger pranks including authentic Mughlai cuisine, street food, Mexican and Lebanese cuisine and offered a variety of goodies for all those having a sweet tooth.
We were right there at 11.a.m today to explore and satiate our cravings for assorted delicacies and here is a list of a few must try dishes:

1) Cheesy Onion Rings from Grumpy Old Man
This is one classic thing to savour your taste buds! They were big loops of onion with a very crumble peri peri outer crust and had chunks of melted cheese in every bite! Don’t forget to dip these very appetizing onions rings into the two dips offered with them, cheesy one specially.
Go get engaged with these rings. We mean, cheesy onion rings.
Price: Rs. 250

Onion Rings

2) Roman Veg pizza from Rocketchef
Want to have something filling? Pizza is the best option. We had Roman veg pizza, loaded with cheese, olives, golden corn, onions, capsicum and mushrooms. Buy a pizza with 8 slices and 4 people are good to go.
Price: Rs. 350.

3) Shawarma Roll from Pick up Line
This place took our hearts away! Trust us. What an aroma of some scrumptious Mughlai food. They serves some very moist and succulent Kebabs and Shawarma. Tandoori Chicken tikka and Malai Chicken tikka were grilled live infront of us and served with a tangy mint sauce and picked onions!
Price: Rs. 400 (Chicken tikka).

Waffle Stick

4) Waffle Sticks from Me,Waffle and More
Needless to say, waffles are love. Here, you get to enjoy waffles over a stick, just like an ice cream with a stick! We tried Nutella waffle and a blueberry waffle. Nutella waffle serves as a stress buster, believe me. On the other hand, the blueberry waffle provided really good flavour but the waffle turned out to be a little soggy. Nevermind, it is definitely worth a try!
Price: Rs. 100 per stick.

5) Nacho Double Decker Burger from Lalits Food Truck
Nachos in burger?? Sounds weird but tastes delicious with whole a lot of crunchiness in it. with a lovely double veg patty & loaded with Nachos this burger is a must have at Lalit food truck.
Price: 171

Chowmein Roll

6) Chowmein and Mutton Seekh roll from Shut up and Eat It
After spending too much, we went towards a filling yet inexpensive food truck! We tried the Chowmein and Mutton Seekh Kathi roll. Believe us, we don’t regret on our decision as it filled our tummy and gave lip smacking flavours to our taste buds.
Price: Rs. 80 (Chowmein roll) and Rs. 100 (Mutton Seekh Roll)

Towards the end, we highly recommended this exuberant food festival to all foodies because 40+ food trucks are offering their most palatable and exquisite dishes!

WRITER: AYESHA

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