Guwahati Foodie on September 7 organized a mini meet-up at a restaurant in Kolkata for the food lovers there who are part of the popular Facebook group.
Around 10 foodies, who are members of the Guwahati Foodie Facebook group, joined for a lunch meet at 6 Ballygunge Place in Kolkata and discussed on various topics related to food and life.
“This was a sudden plan. We came up with the mini meet-up idea and instantly around 10-12 members decided to come together at 6 Ballygunge Place. We had a good discussion on the food sector, various cuisines and life in general,” said Sisir Kumar, founder and admin of Guwahati Foodie.
Guwahati Foodie, the largest food related community in Northeast India, has been organizing various offline events – including meet and greet sessions for its members. The group recently organized the second edition of EATucation – a unique collaboration of food and education – where various industry leaders and students participated.
With its 95,000 and growing members, Guwahati Foodie’s offline initiatives includes special FIFA World Cup screening at Oriental Bistro, mini meet-up at Assam Bhawan in New Delhi, mini meet-up at Bangalore and annual meet-ups at Guwahati etc. On the occasion of friendship day, the foodie group organized an eco-friendly potluck at Hajo in Assam wherein the members promoted use of eco-friendly items. In the near future, the Guwahati Foodie aims to come up with more offline engagements.
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