Street Feast at Cidade de Goa
‘Chaat’ – a culinary delight in its entirety, which is composed of different combinations of the same elements – two varieties of chutneys (sweet/spicy), a base ‘chaat masala’, chunks of boxed potatoes, chopped onion, fresh green coriander leaves and yogurt for garnish – however the variety it offers with these limited components.
In a bid to introduce the delicious and highly popular street food of North India, Cidade de Goa has organized ‘Street Feast’ – a festival of traditional chaat items at Doçaria. The Fest will be held from the 9th of June onwards, every Friday, Saturday and Sunday between 4:30 pm and 6:30 pm.
Variations found at the Fest included Aloo ki Tikki, Paneer Ka Chiila, Jodhpuri Mirchi Pakoda and Ajmeri Samose Kadi to Kurkure Aloo Tuk Chaat, Dahi Bhalla, Pani Puri, Sev Puri and lots more
Little Superstars shine at the Max Little Icon 2017
Max Little Icon, which is an integral part of the fest, encouraged little champs and divas to participate and showcase their talent in dancing, drawing and fancy dress competition. The little wonders enjoyed being pampered by Max, as their parents sat back and watched their little bundles of joy revel in unfettered fervour.
The fest witnessed many talented kids during the auditions this year. A host of dancers and artists bedazzled the audience with their talent. Ankitha and Drashti won the title for drawing and fancy dress competition respectively, at the grand finale of Max Little Icon 2017, Goa.
Krishan Sharma, AVP, Max Fashion said, “Max stands for a family destination for shopping, we believe in bringing them closer through our initiatives and engage with them closely. The idea of a kid’s fest is to make summer more fun for kids, ignite their young minds and teach them skills which they will use in future