THE KARACHI EAT is a food festival built around the idea of creating a common platform for people who love food. Following a fruitful four-year run, the Karachi Eat celebration as of late had its fifth excursion at the Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Park rather than Frere Hall where it had been already occurring on 13th,14th and 15th of January 2018. Sorted out by CKO Events Architecture.
The celebration pulled in foodies to test the city’s culinary enjoyments. Participants saw culinary specialists working their enchantment through live cooking and appreciated live music.
EAT is a festival which celebrates the full diversity of food that this city has to offer.
Consisting of 125 Kiosks representing more than 7 different kinds of cuisines that include Parsi, Mexican, Sri Lankan,Middle Eastern, Thai, Chinese, Swiss, South Indian and more, Karachi Eat also hosted
leading hospitality institute COTHAM showcased their Taste Studio consisting of local chefs with live demos. Additionally Pakistan’s leading talents Fuzön, Noman Jalal and Raeth performed.
For Karachites food is clearly much more then just fuel for the body and through this festival we embrace the pleasures and value of great flavor, giving you the opportunity to taste extraordinary food while being immersed in a complete experience that brings you face to face with the food you eat and people who make it.
Music and food go hand in hand. To keep the buzz going at the festival there was live music from Atif Aslam , Asim Azhar etc to entertain you through out the day.
The kids activity area provided entertainment and activities for our younger visitors. The area featurde contests and competitions for kids around the core subject of food.
Parents were be able to keep the kids occupied in a safe, fully supervised area and hence be free to explore the carnival, giving the whole family a fun and exciting day out.
On the festivals 5thanniversaries Aslam Khan & Omar Omari of CKO Event Architecture have said: “This is the year of the ‘BIG EAT’. We raised the bar in terms of venue size, number of participants, surprise performances from Pakistan’s leading pop singers and much more. We remain focused on our objectives behind the festival, which is to provide great family entertainment, reactivation of public spaces around our cities and to inspire a community spirit. ”