Well, Lahoris had to wait a lot to hand on Lahore Eat Festival 2017, but the hopes never fade there it’s called Lahore. Specially when we talk about food, that’s the first love of Lahoris and even they’re famous for their passion for food. While increasing popularity of Lahore Eat festival as a biggest craziest food festival that provides common platform to foodies, chefs, food brands and marketers. As organizers of Lahore Eat believe, food is clearly much more then just fuel for the body of Lahoris. Furthermore, Organizers are claiming that it would be 2nd mega event in town after the PSL Final.
THE LAHORE EAT 2017 food festival built around the idea of creating foodie wonderland for three days of eating, drinking and entertainment. From the most creative and talented chefs to the street vendors of the city come down together to take you the treasure of food trip. Lahore Eat is a festival which celebrates the full diversity of food that this city has to offer. Though event had delayed several times through out the spring season due to security concerns in the city but finally its going to happen at this weekend from 31 march to 2nd April with changed venue from Race Course to Fortress Stadium Lahore.
Some of the key food categories that will be presented at the festival are: Top Restaurants of Lahore, Fast Food Chains, Celebrity Chefs, Famous Street Food, Frozen Foods, Patisseries ,Caterers.
There you will get a scrumptious food tour with some Lahore’s best food brands like; Nordic Cafe, Nurpur, Sarrak Pe Karrak, Latteria Mozzarella, Flak Rice, Ginsoy Extreme Chinese, Lahore Chatkhara, Venus Pakistan, Mocca Delish Pizza, Bread & Beyond, Khan Chapli Kebab, Arabian Delight, Chacha Jee, Waris Nihari, Tao, Road Runner Khaoseuy and many other well known food brands are going to present their stalls.
Everyone knows music and food go hand in hand so, to keep the buzz going at the festival there will be live music from local bands and entertain you through out the day alongside a lot of kids activities. Sports competitions and contests will be featured to keep young visitors energized while elders will be busy with food.