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Monday, 25 July 2016

Foodhall @ Dlf Place Saket Celebrated the Best of Monsoon Delights








Monsoon is one season in India that everyone eagerly waits for. Apart from the beautiful rain-soaked weather, monsoon also brings along some lip-smacking food. The smell of the wet soil, overshadow of dark cloud on a shining day makes one crave for hot baked vada pavs along with a cup of hot tea. Foodhall, India’s premium lifestyle food superstore has an answer to all your monsoon cravings. It celebrated Monsoon Delights Festival over a bloggers meet on Friday 22nd July 2016 @ DLF Place Saket.

The event started with a guided tour to the food paradise with the food bloggers, where they explored all the section of the super store which included bakery & patisserie, spices, The House of Tea, Cheeses, exotic fruits etc.

 
Chef Debashish Dutta rustled up Cronuts, a croissant- donut hybrid rolled in cinnamon sugar and served warm the new enticing dessert introduced by Foodhall to its bakery & patisserie menu this month.

The food lovers also enjoyed a wide range of piping hot bowls of soups like Truffle Shiitake Mushroom Soup, Roasted Red Pepper Soup, Mexican Chicken Gumbo and Seafood Bisque. Soup was complimented at the dim sum station with a variety of dim sums like Spinach & Water Chestnut dim sum, Carrot & Truffle dumpling and Triple Mushroom HarGow. The newest addition to the store is the pommefrite bar, complete with dips like Wasabi Mayo, Chipotle Sour Cream, Parmesan & Peppercorn, Peri-Peri Sour Cream, SambalOelek and Apple Crumble


 
The live kitchen at Foodhall is offering novel delights with the chatpata  flavours of Indian street foods like Chola Kulcha Bun, Paneer Makhani Bun that can be paired with piping hot Kashmiri Kahwa, Matka Chai or a cup of coffee. Foodhall brings to you a perfect marriage of traditional recipes and modern flavors!It has also introduced monsoon special beverages that includes like Matcha Cinnamon Tea Latte with almond milk and Foodhall’s version of Haldi Doodh called Golden Milk.  

The House of Tea section at Foodhall has a wide array of flavored teas and tea blends perfect for the monsoons. Teas like Maharaja, Apple Oolong and Mango Tea are the best during this season. These teas are set up in a kulhad or matka accompanied with mini savory options which acts as a palate refresher.

Now, you know where to head to this monsoon for some amazing monsoon delights! 

About Foodhall:
Foodhall, A premium lifestyle food superstore, Future Group’s ambitious venture, is a pure gastronomical delight. Latching on to the love for global cuisines, Foodhall is an answer to every foodie’s inner epicure. Launched in May 2011, Foodhall is a one-stop destination for a well-travelled urban consumer who understands the nuances of gourmet cooking. An eye-appealing exotic store captures the novel concepts from around the world on one platter. With an aesthetic mix of Indian flavours with the west, this specialty store is a den of discovery - of the finest global foods and ingredients. Foodhall appeals to every food connoisseur with its custom-made gift hampers, monthly thematic festivals, beautiful display of fruits and vegetables, a spice station, live demo kitchen and fresh sampling of ingredients in the best possible combinations. These make shopping at Foodhall an enriching experience. A perfect blend of culinary presentation and ingredients in Foodhall is at par with any international gourmet food store. It has an extensive global variety in every category – the offerings range from Tomatillo (Green Tomatoes of Mexico) to gluten-free breads such as pizza dough, bagels, to range of super-food options such as Greek Yoghurts, fat-free organic milk, Tofu, gourmet chocolates, oils and vinegars, smoked salmon, mock meats, specialty cold cuts, teas, fresh truffles and various food delights including a variety of Indian foods. Currently Foodhall is present in Mumbai, Bengaluru, New Delhi, and Gurgaon.