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The Biggest Indo-French Food Festival In Puducherry Is Almost Here!


You must have heard about the biggest Indo-French food festival happening at Puducherry next week if you weren’t living under a rock. If you do not know about A Bite Of France, you can read all about it over here. For those of you who know about the event, we have more news that will definitely confirm your presence at the event!

Now if you were thinking that A Bite of France is all about food, it is, but there’s a lot more to this fest. If you are someone who enjoys your food with good music, this is the place to be. Once you’ve eaten your fill, sit back and enjoy the various Bands and DJs rocking the night with exquisite dance, rock and French music. Also, not to forget, Tambours Sacres, a professional music, dance and culture team are travelling all the way from Reunion Islands, France just to add on to the beauty of the French culture at the fest. This band of 11 International artists will showcase something extraordinary mixing French and Indian culture together through music and dance. All this, is to make sure that you have a good time swaying to the amazing music while munching on tasty French food!

Various stalls will be put up to keep the guests engaged and entertained. The stalls that will be present include Palais de Mahe Hotel Atithi, Anandha Inn, Santhi Inn, Ummami, etc. Still not satisfied? To satisfy your sweet tooth, you can find top-notch dessert places like Smoothie Bar and Zuka at the food festival. France is a wine & cheese lover’s haven and the French take the classic combination of the above very seriously indeed. The organisers have gone one step ahead and partnered with Bacardi NH7 Weekender, Kingfisher Ultra Experience and Grover Zampa Vineyards,  thus proving the ethnicity and thoughtfulness put into this festive event.

Moreover, did we say that there will plenty of entertainment to go with the food that will satiate your insatiable appetite? So, now that you know in detail what’s in store for those three awesome days, why don’t you come down to Pondicherry and experience it first-hand