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    Food Truck Paradise: Eat at a parking lot in Sector 29 Evening comes and with it a transformation of a beautiful kind. In Leisure Valley in Sector 29, an empty parking lot is transformed into a haven for foodies. A whole bunch of food trucks assemble to feed the masses with a variety of delicacies served straight from their mobile kitchens. These include trucks with clever names such as Eggjactly, Sushi Mafir House and Waffle Chowk, to name a few. If you head there, expect items such as peanut butter waffles, butter chicken rolls, messy lamb burgers and crunchy salmon sushi, among others. Most of these food truck owners had different plans originally but financial constraints and rent issues led them to switch to the food truck business and they're glad they have done so. Most of them experiment with food and try to give the public a taste of something unique and at the same time affordable. In Delhi NCR, Gurgaon has the highest number of food trucks (73), most of which are in Sector 29 (52 out of the 73). Noida has around 42 food trucks, while Delhi has just 20. Most customers have become fans of food trucks because of their quick service, fresh ingredients and dishes that don't ever have a dearth in flavour. With the climate taking a turn for the better as summer begins to fade away, more of the public are able to step out for a walk and sales are expected to increase for the Food Truck business. However, with the monsoons rushing in, the rains might just affect their sales for the worse. Explore More: https://www.delhipedia.com/Home/Category/StreetFood
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    Food Truck Paradise: Eat at a parking lot in Sector 29 Evening comes and with it a transformation of a beautiful kind. In Leisure Valley in Sector 29, an empty parking lot is transformed into a haven for foodies. A whole bunch of food trucks assemble to feed the masses with a variety of delicacies served straight from their mobile kitchens. These include trucks with clever names such as Eggjactly, Sushi Mafir House and Waffle Chowk, to name a few. If you head there, expect items such as peanut butter waffles, butter chicken rolls, messy lamb burgers and crunchy salmon sushi, among others. Most of these food truck owners had different plans originally but financial constraints and rent issues led them to switch to the food truck business and they're glad they have done so. Most of them experiment with food and try to give the public a taste of something unique and at the same time affordable. In Delhi NCR, Gurgaon has the highest number of food trucks (73), most of which are in Sector 29 (52 out of the 73). Noida has around 42 food trucks, while Delhi has just 20. Most customers have become fans of food trucks because of their quick service, fresh ingredients and dishes that don't ever have a dearth in flavour. With the climate taking a turn for the better as summer begins to fade away, more of the public are able to step out for a walk and sales are expected to increase for the Food Truck business. However, with the monsoons rushing in, the rains might just affect their sales for the worse. Explore More: https://www.delhipedia.com/Home/Category/StreetFood
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