So this is another food festival at The Great Kabab Factory, Park Plaza Noida Sector 55. The Great Kabab Factory, Park Plaza is presenting the NH8 Food Festival. Now you can treat your tastebud to foodie trip from Delhi, Rajasthan to Mumbai. The Great Kabab Factory which is already build a reputation among the Kabab lover with their incredible 180+ succulent vegetarian and non-vegetarian kababs in its arsenal.

Event was really good and enjoyable.

– Subhash Sahni

About the Event

In the event you can discover roadside delicacies unique to all three states visual- Delhi, Rajsthan and Maharastra, which is available on National highway 8. The Great Kabab factory has reproduced the delicacies in all their authentic and flavor packed glory which reminds you like unforgettable foodie road map that you won’t like to miss by chances.

If you want to enjoy such amazing Delicacies you can join between April 7-16 either for lunch and dinner and get a chance to explore the NH8 under one roof of the Great Kabab Factory, Park Plaza Noida.

I had tried following item at festival Along with TGKF’s signature kababs Galouti and Mutton Seekh Kabab, savour the Patrani Machhi, Prawn Koliwada, Ankoorit moong Tikka, Bharwan Aloo, Jodhpuri Mirch Vada.

In the main course relish the truly Bombay Murgh Biryani, Lasooni Dal Tadka, Butter Chicken, Mutton Dhansukh , .

Wheres we ended our Gatronomic Journey with Sweet notes include Mawa Kachori, Dal aur Gur ka Seera, Motichoor Rabri ka Sangam. All dessert were Extraordinary.

It is my second visit to any of Kabab Factory outlet previously I joined its Hyderabadi Festival at Mahipalpur. I have found that All the Kabab Factory has similar ambience and interiors.

Considered one of the city’s finest Indian restaurants, The Great Kabab Factory is also the only kabab eatery with exclusive vegetarian and non-vegetarian kitchens. The cuisine is a divine medley of authentic and contemporary recipes, garnished in India’s exotic spice repertoire. Clearly, the TGKF chefs take their kababs very seriously. So there was bound to be a few food stops when they decided to take a road trip from Delhi to Mumbai via Rajasthan. Thankfully, they brought back souvenirs for the rest of us.