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To a bittersweet fest
Usmeet Kaur, Hindustan Times
September 26, 2013
First Published: 09:51 IST(26/9/2013)
Last Updated: 09:53 IST(26/9/2013)

If you are a coffee lover, we know just the right place for you to visit this weekend. From coffee tasting, coffee talk, fashion show on coffee, to a coffee quiz, coffee cuisine contest and coffee cup-making contest — Bean to Cup and Le Café Coffee Festivals in the city are offering you everything coffee. Starting September 27 at Hotel Mountview (Sector 10) and Hotel Shivalikview (Sector 17) respectively, both the fests promise you a grand celebration of coffee for coffee lovers. The festivals are a part of the World Tourism Week celebrations by CITCO and Chandigarh Tourism.


To please your taste buds, the international festivals will have flavours of coffee variants and an allied menu, especially crafted by connoisseurs and chefs from both the hotels and partner countries, including Ethiopia, Turkey, Indonesia, Bolivia and Kenya.  The best part — you can have all this at dirt-cheap prices and special discounts. “The combo meals range from `100 to `150, and you can have other scrumptious meals at a 20% discount for everyone and 25% for students. So, don’t forget to bring your identity cards,” says Hotel Shivalikview general manager Anurag Walia.

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He adds, “You will get a unique blend of national and international coffees, besides lip-smacking combo meals and ala-carte choices of non-veg and veg cuisines at Le Café.”

“The fashion show on the theme  of coffee will be an added attraction at the Bean to Cup festival,” says Vijay Sharma, general manager of Hotel Mountview. The attractive coffee menu features swanky names such as Feel The Heat, Caramel Dream Coffee and Blender Round The Clock.


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