Food festivals are “heaven” for foodies. Gastronomic revelries are a location where even the most conservative eater may become a culinary adventurer, since they are brimming with delectable cuisines, filled with interesting chefs, and swarming with foodies.
Food festivals are number one on the list of the finest locations to experience a place’s and people’s cultural variety, and they come in all sizes, just like everything else in life.
IIHM Kolkata is eager to give the rest of the globe a taste of its cuisine and change people’s minds about it. The country is hosting the “International food festival”.
The Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) hosts the International Food Festival, which is financed by the West Bengal Industrial Development Corporation (WBIDC). After a two-year break due to the pandemic, IIHM comes back with a bang, putting on a magnificent and colorful celebration of International Hospitality Day, which is observed every year on April 24.
Here is what IIHM Kolkata offers on world’s largest and most intriguing food festivals that you should visit at least once in your life.
Date and location area
The event will be held at Biswa Bangla Mela grounds and will run from April 22 to 24 2022. The festival is held in 1 lakhs ft area.
Nations that are taking part
A total of 14 countries are taking part.Malaysia, Sweden, Turkey, Armenia, Mexico, Bangladesh, Namibia, Italy, Iran, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Japan, and India are the participants. Everyone will be able to sample and enjoy each country’s national and popular meals
14 International chefs are taking part in this food festival. don’t make your eyeball big…..Yes uh read it correctly 14 International chefs will be there in this festive season. They will make and serve two to three traditional delicacies from their own country. In this culinary festival, chefs dressed in traditional garb will exhibit a good blend of culture and cuisine.
Dishes and their associated costs
These were the dishes that offered by IIHM Kolkata in the International Food Festival.
Now that the virus is passed, we may once again gather together to celebrate global togetherness and fraternity. International Hospitality Day is a particularly appropriate time for those of us in the hospitality industry from across the world to reunite and relive the camaraderie that we have always enjoyed with the rest of the world. We are really grateful to CII and the WBIDC for their help.
“Come and Eat” has become a common term used practically everywhere in the globe when it comes to food and drink, therefore IIHM Kolkata extends an invitation to foodies all around the world. “Come in and eat, filling your stomach with the greatest gastronomic specialties the city has to offer.”