Ruchi Habba is back and this time with a bang. Being regarded as city’s (in fact Country’s) biggest vegetarian food festival, Ruchi Habba is a three-day affair. By now, most of the Bengalurians might have visited. Today, being the last day, here we are with some information about Ruchi Habba.
Desi Meets Videsi in Ruchi Habba
Ruchi Habba is a carnival where one can taste everything from Desi to Videsi. You see 100 plus stalls serving a variety of foods with names you might have not heard before. Be it Pani Puri to Pizza, Pav to Dose or say Desserts in different Avatars, Ruchi Habba has for you. When it comes to options, there is no end to it. Cut short, drool for Continental, Mexican, Indian, South to North Indian and local cuisines at this mega food festival happening in Namma Benglauru.
Freedom park and its large space is open for Ruchi Habba. Parking space is ample but be sure to arrive early to get parking.
Note: There will be an entry free of Rs.60. Pay separately for food.
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