All You Can Eat: Indian Street Food Festival, Melbourne


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Partnering with Two Fat Indians, Foodie Trails brings you an ALL YOU CAN EAT Indian Street Food Festival! The flavours and fragrances of India are taking over Bentleigh, this Australia Day long weekend.

Serving up some all-time favourite street food dishes like Chaat, Pani Puri & Bhel the community is invited to come along and relax with friends and family in our indoor dining hall or bring your picnic mats and sit out on the grass.

Each session runs for 2 hours with all chaats & snacks included in the ticket price, This 100% vegetarian with vegan option for all dishes has a selection of Samosa Chaat, Aloo Tikki Chaat, Vegetable Samosa, Pav Bhaji, Vada Pav, Pani Puri, Bhel Puri, Chole Bhature…there is plenty to choose from.

Drinks and dessert are also available for purchase at the venue or you can bring your own. Ticket rates start from $12/child, $25/adult and $70/family.

When : Sat 25 – Sun 26 Jan

Where : 152 Tucker Road (cnr Centre road), Bentleigh VIC 3204

Street parking available or a short walk from the 703 Bus Stop

Things to know

Each session runs for 2 hours

All chaats & snacks (Indian street food) included in your All You Can Eat ticket price.

BYO – Picnic mats and drinks (non-alcoholic only)

Drinks & dessert are available for purchase and are not included in the ticket price.

Sessions numbers are capped for capacity, once sold out NO ADDITIONAL tickets can be created. Book early!

The event is proudly supported by Hello World Travel Bentleigh and ANZ Bank Bentleigh.

The Indian Telegraph
Established in 2007, The Indian Telegraph is a multi award winning digital media company based in Australia.

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