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Three days of chocolate heaven in the Capital

Offering chocolate dosa to chocolate bunta to lick-lollies to nutella waffles, nutella cookie pizza, nutella golgappe, nutella burger and more, there are 14 stalls in the three-day-long chocolate carnival at Select CITYWALK.

more lifestyle Updated: Aug 31, 2018 18:11 IST
Ruchika Garg
Ruchika Garg
Hindustan Times
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Nutella burger at the three-day chocolate carnival in Select CITYWALK.

Are you a chocolate lover? If yes, don’t miss the opportunity to be a part of the ongoing chocolate carnival in the city. The venue looks as if it has soaked every drop of chocolate inside it. Right from a chocolate bunta to a chocolate lick-lolly to nutella dosa to nutella gol-gappas, the place has everything in store.

Sunanda from Sweet and Juicy who is offering chocolate bunta and lick-lolly, says, “The concept of chocolaty bunta is even new to us. So far the theme was to bring chocolate food items on board, we thought of coming up with lick-lollies and bunta. The response is amazing so far. Everyone is liking it and we are planning to include it in our menu permanently.”

The carnival is happening at Select CITYWALK, Saket and there are 14 stalls to offer a variety of chocolate-based delicacies. There are nutella charcoal ice creams, nutella waffles, nutella cookie pizza, nutella golgappe, nutella burger and more.

Manika from The Great Indian Dosa tells us, “It is amazing to see so many chocolate lovers at one place. We have introduced nutella dosa with roasted dry fruits. It is sweet in taste and quite different from the routine dosa. We are also offering it for the first time so it’s a new experience for us too.”

Delhiites are just loving the carnival. Sakshi Sharma, a fashion designing student says, “I am absolutely a chocolate lover and everything that has chocolate becomes my favourite. Here, I am gorging on a variety which is flooded with chocolate. How could anybody dislike it, I will be there tomorrow, I was here yesterday also.” It’s a three-day carnival, which will end on September 2.

Megha Gupta, another visitor who is not a chocolate lover but is visiting the place with her friend, says, “I am not a fan of everything that has chocolate but I really like the chocolate bunta here. It was amazing, completely different from the normal-flavoured buntas.”

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First Published: Aug 31, 2018 18:02 IST