Mexifornia Food Festival

1850s… those were the years when French army was on a conquering spree. However on 5th May 1865 the ‘well equipped and armed’ French army tasted defeat in the hands of Mexican army near the city of Puebla. Later the French reorganized themselves and won but that one victory was an inspirational event for Mexicans. The day every year is celebrated as “Battle of Puebla Day” or “Battle of Cinco de Mayo”… went on the Chef Kuldeep at California Pizza Kitchen, Indiranagar, Bengaluru. The CPK chain of restaurants in Bengaluru and Mumbai are celebrating the event with unique food festival Mexifornia from 29th April to 19th May.

Fusion may be a style statement in the field of music or fashion, when it comes to food it is a rich combination of two cuisines and the result is heavenly! This unique concept has been well expressed through this food festival. We, a bunch of bloggers, were invited to take a sneak peek at what was coming. We found Chef Kuldeep and his team mixing up a perfect blend of the flavors that will leave you asking for more. Each dish whether elaborate or simple was being prepared with care. CPK is presenting complete three weeks of Mexifornia Food Festival where you can taste the fusion of Mexican and Californian flavors.

Hands that knead the dough… a layer of greens then a layer of cheese, shredded chicken and onion… some bit of stretching and into the oven… 10 mins… lo and behold! Chicken Carnitos Pizza is ready! The items presented were: The Baja Supreme Pizza, Enchiladas, Adobo Tacos with Mexican Rice, Chicken Carnitas Pizza, and Churros with Chocolate Mousse.

You can have a look at what they have to offer in this
season here.

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26 Responses

  1. Haddock says:

    Important part of history (the French and the Mexican)
    Never knew that such an event took place in Bengaluru.

  2. TexWisGirl says:

    cinco de mayo is celebrated well here in texas.

  3. Na, das schaut ja appetitlich aus…

    Liebe Grüsse und Umarmung aus der Schweiz


  4. Sylvia K says:

    And the food is delicious indeed!! Great post for the day, Indrani! The location of this one surprised me!!

  5. Chicken Carnitos Pizza… yummm… 😛
    Indrani, I'm glad to revive your Darjeeling nostalgia 🙂
    I can't see any option to contact/mail you anywhere in your blog… :-/

  6. Being a vege, I don't like the bit with the chickens, but it looks very nice indeed, cheers Indrani.

  7. Oh! should have been too delicious. It ought to be an year round affair.

  8. George says:

    You've made me hungry. Now I have to go raid the refrigerator.

  9. Welcome Indrani!
    Very interesting post. I did not know these historical facts.
    Food looks very tasty.

  10. Swati says:

    Hey Indrani,

    Thanks for the update, I am a mexican food lover and surely goin there


  11. Hilary says:

    You were making me hungry until I saw those luscious looking drinks. Now, I'm thirsty! Lovely.

  12. Looks like a great place!

  13. Ka Jo says:

    Guess, should try these joints. Thanks for a nice post.

  14. very interesting the food

  15. Carver says:

    Interesting information and the food looks great.

  16. DeniseinVA says:

    A very interesting post Indrani. Thank you!

  17. The food sounds delightful!

  18. Namrota says:

    Chicken Carnitos Pizza..the hero of the post ! 😛

  19. this is the first time i've heard this term used. mexicali is more commonly heard.

  20. Anjan Roy says:

    informative…never knew about it…would be surely trying these up…during my next visit to bangaluru…!!!

  21. i didn't know the French was also in Mexico.:p

    i'm a CPK fan–it's one of my favorite destinations for pizza, salads and pasta.

  22. ladyfi says:

    The food looks interesting… wonder if they have good veggie alternatives.

  23. Gary says:

    Looks goopd!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  24. Viola says:

    Yummy!! =D I would love to eat that! 🙂

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