Boho Bazaar 2022- Indulge in the fest of drool-worthy flavours
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Boho Bazaar 2022- Indulge in the fest of drool-worthy flavours

Exotic flavourful food at the Boho Bazaar can capture your heart.

Boho Bazaar 2022- Indulge in the fest of drool-worthy flavours

The third edition of Boho Bazaar has returned with all things glamorous. Here, you can find funky fashions, amazing music concerts, picture booths, and drool-worthy food. The epic flea market is being held at JLN Stadium, Pragati Vihar from April 8-10 from 12 noon to 10 pm.

But given all glitz aside for a second, food is uniting Delhites at the Boho Bazaar. Delhi cafes, bakeries and restaurants are serving their most popular delicacies that you simply cannot resist.

Here are some of the best food options at Boho Bazaar-

Xero Degrees

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Everyone is a big fan of the awesome fries and the monster shakes from Xero Degrees. Well, they are back with their finger-licking Peri-Peri Fries, Chicken Wings and nachos at the Boho Bazaar. Their quick and loaded Fries and Pasta In A Jar can satisfy the foodie in you for sure. This Delhi fav is getting a lot of visitors at the Boho Bazars.

Wood box cafe

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The Delhi based wood box cafe is very famous for its platters. The owner Manika Jagdish says "We are providing platters for both veg and non-veg lovers. In our special herbivorous platter, we have garlic cheese bomb, pipa crisps, momos, and sliders." The dishes here start from 150- 600. You will love the utter delish foods including burgers, pizza and shakes. If you can't decide which one to order, start with momo and end with shakes. Get ready to polish off your plates at Boho!

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Indus Flavour

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There’s something about the typical Indian foods that can not be compared to anything else. This north Indian restaurant has long conquered the hearts of Delhiites. Indus Flavour from GTB Nagar is all set to serve the most popular and quirky dishes - Kadak Rumali Roti and Flaming Dal Makhani Fondue.

Enamma's Kitchen

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Dr Chandana's south Indian Enamma's kitchen is providing one of the best south Indian food at the Boho Bazaar. This includes a wide range of dosas, sambhar vadas, idli, mini idli and the most delicious cold coffee lifesaver. She says "We use homemade fresh masalas which is majorly responsible for the taste of the sambhar and filling."


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Richaz is a popular Mumbai based food shop which is providing a wide range of roasted and fried dry snacks. Even if you are not in the mood to eat something heavy, you can agree to these roasted multigrain snacks. You will find super interesting snacks here such as fried banana chips in the coconut oil, roasted cheese balls, roasted khakhra, masala chana chapta and more.

SUGAR Artisan bakery

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If you are a big fan of bakery items such as cakes and buns, then it's the spot for you to visit. The most special dish here is Mocha filled with coffee ganache and chocolate crunchies on the top and decorated with almonds on the side. The cheesecakes can melt your heart away.
The owner Richa says " we are providing olive and paneer buns, vada paw bun which is a close bun, whose one bite can give you the whole taste of vada paw with garlic green chutney inside."

The Southgate Kitchen

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The die-heart biryani lovers can visit this awesome spot for satisfying their biryani hunger. The Southgate is all set to give you the tastiest North Indian platters with authentic Awadhi recipes such as Lucknowi biryani, Galawati kebabs, nihari among their famous Badami murgh, rabri, phirni, shahi tukda, kebab rolls and variety of North Indian dishes.

The Southgate kitchen owner says "We bring together a plethora of exotic spices and secret recipes from the Land of Nawabs, Kebabs, and Tehzeeb giving Delhiites a wholesome, aromatic and royal experience. We strive to revive authentic Awadhi recipes and dishes with the concept of slow steam cooking, better known as Degh."