Festival Competition! £50 Voucher to Spend at Little India Food Festival

A free festival, with food, colour and a family friendly vibe, sounds like a few hours well spent.

Competition Time! Trying new flavours and experiencing different cultures is all part of life for wee ones, and Little India welcomes tots to its vibrant and tasty food festival.

Glasgow’s former fishmarket, The Briggait, in the city centre will be transformed into Little India on Saturday and Sunday 14 and 15 July (12 to 10 pm each day). This is Scotland’s biggest ever festival of Indian food. It’s free for all, but even better, we’ve got £50 in vouchers to give away to spend on treats at the festival.

Children will be sure of a warm welcome, and there will be a children’s play area with face painting and costumes for dressing up as Indian characters. It’s also a great chance to eat! If kids like spicy food you can go to town, but if not they can nibble on an authentic naan bread,  sample a plain poppadom, perhaps try a korma. If you regularly cook Indian cuisine at home, then take the day off and let someone else prepare fine dishes for you. Indian is also ideal for vegetarians as well as meat eaters so it’s a very moveable feast.

Stalls representing the six main culinary regions of India will offer 36 dishes. Performers in traditional dress will include dancers, sitar and tabla players. Drinks, including mocktails, will be based on Indian ingredients.

“The food will be amazing but we also want to educate children about the culture and traditions of India,” said organiser Nav Basi. So if you’d like £50 of vouchers to spend on your mini culture vulture foodie tot, then enter below by simply commenting  with the name of the beautiful former market where Little India is being held. Or, if it’s easier, nip over to the Scots2Travel Facebook page to enter. Good luck.

For more information see facebook.com/indianfoodbzr.

Terms – the prize is one prize of £50 worth of vouchers to spend at Little India festival over the 14 or 15 of July 2018. The vouchers are non-transferable and there are no cash alternatives. Accommodation or travel are not included in this prize. The prize is supplied by Hotel PR.  The winner will be chosen at random on 1 July 2018 by Mr Tot of Scots2Travel.

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9 Comments

  1. Reply

    kiltedwalker

    June 15, 2018

    The Briggait.

    Thanks for the wonderful article I’ll send you an email Janice – as this has sparked an idea.

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      scots2travel

      June 15, 2018

      Great, I love a comment, a competition and a bright idea combined. Would love to hear more 🙂

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    Kathi Kamleitner

    June 26, 2018

    What a great sounding event! The Indian community in Glasgow is so vibrant, it can only be amazing! I’m sad to miss it, but I’ve got a few friends in mid, who’d love to win this prize!

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      scots2travel

      June 26, 2018

      Oh great, please share with them. £50 to spend on good food on your doorstep.

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    Sharon Lawson

    June 28, 2018

    I would love to treat the family to a meal. We are huge indian food lovers!

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      scots2travel

      June 29, 2018

      If you’d like £50 of vouchers to spend on your mini culture vulture foodie tot, then simply tell us the name of the beautiful former market where Little India is being held 🙂

  4. Reply

    scots2travel

    July 1, 2018

    And the winner was Scott Baird 🙂

  5. Reply

    Nancy | MapandFamily

    July 2, 2018

    What a great idea – I’d love to learn more about regional Indian food. Sadly a bit too far away for a day trip!

  6. Reply

    Cultural Wednesday

    July 2, 2018

    What a fantastic idea, this sounds great

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