Here's all that you missed at this year's Grub fest



Grub Fest 2016 was a three-day affair held from 14th October till the 16th. While we contemplated visiting the fest held at JLN stadium grounds owing to the excessive crowd, the event thrived with loads of food, music, dance, and activities such as drinks mixology and cooking classes.

The concept is simple; get the best and the upcoming food businesses and create a fair for the foodies. They charged Rs. 300 for entry which adds to the expensive food on display. You think you're saving money on taxes but the total effect is nil.

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The Grub Fest has a lot of potential but it's still undercooked.

Hoping they get it just right next time because it is a lovely place to be, as long as you're not trampled on by the crowd.

Business Insider decided to land up at the festival to see what was the grub all about and we curated a virtual tour, for you to check out.Take a look!

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Slideshow images credit- The Grub Fest

Jawarhar Lal Nehru Stadium..grounds.

Jawarhar Lal Nehru Stadium..grounds.
Grub Fest 2016 was held at the JLN stadium grounds which was cosy, to say the least. The festival quickly got crowded in the evening, undermining the overall food experience.

Fat Lulu's stall.

Fat Lulu's stall.
There were multiple set-ups that included 70 restaurants from all over the city in different avatars. From food trucks, to home delivery start-ups, the grub fest featured all.
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Air Niche Lounge.

Air Niche Lounge.
From popular restaurants like Social, Imperfecto, Karim’s to new places like PCO, Air Niche Lounge, Circus they featured pop-ups for such establishments.

Prateek Kuhad performance on Sunday.

Prateek Kuhad performance on Sunday.
Their music stage was quite buzzing with artists like Nikhil Chinappa, Prateek Kuhad, Hari & Sukhmani and others playing while people sampled food from everywhere.
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Big Fat Sandwich is twinning with you.

Big Fat Sandwich is twinning with you.
The foodies got to learn new techniques from chefs as they showcased their signature dishes at ‘The Grub Theatre’.