Spoon Scouts 2.0 Turns Out To Be A Great Experience For Foodies

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Spoon University- Delhi Chapter, an online food resource for the students by the students, recently organized Spoon Scouts 2.0: A Foodie Treasure Hunt on 31st August, 2016.

Spoon Scouts in its second edition was held on the most renowned and suited street for this competition: Hudson Lane. It saw teams who had qualified the online round braving Delhi rains to gather at the Woodbox cafe for briefing and to get their clues. The clues led them to different cafes where they had to perform activities to qualify to the next level and get the next clue.

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Participants were seen running around in cafés, and on the road, figuring out clues and performing activities like eating Pizza with a spoon, guessing the flavour of mocktails, ice creams etc. Rohan Goel, one of the participants of the event shared his experience “Spoon Scouts was a super amazing event. We truly enjoyed the day and running from one cafe to another was worth the treasure.”

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The online qualifier involved cracking the clue that lead to The Vintage Avenue, it talked about its good old feel, Freak Oreo Shakes and multiple floors. Whereas the final clue was for For God’s Cake which focussed on the desserts they offer.

Cafes like Abongchiiz, Bakar, Spezia Bistro, Void, Yolo 21, Jack n Chill, Coalition, The Lab, Mood Swingers, Oakland, Pirates of Campus and Raw Creams were a part of the hunt. Participants included college students from different colleges across Delhi, from IP University, Amity University to Delhi University’s Kirori Mal, Ramjas, IPCW, Hansraj, Miranda, Dyal Singh among others.

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Niharika Maggo, the Editorial Director and Operations Head of Spoon DU said “It was a great experience seeing food enthusiasts turn up for the event even after the downpour and actually enjoy it so much. Spoon Scouts is an annual event of ours, the team really worked hard for this and the cafes were also very supportive. We are all set to spread more such foodie happiness across campus.”

All the participants went back home with goodies which included brownies, coupons from various cafes, drinks from Cocofly, special Spoon notepads and more. Four teams made it to the final round, with the Slurp and Scoop bagging the first prize. Other winning teams included Lebensmittel, Foodie Pirates and Burp and Tell.

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Shivam Malhotra
A social media enthusiast who is in love with this digital world! Wrote the first article for DU Express in May 2016.

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