Spoon university treasure hunt

Foodies gather at Hudson lane for Treasure Hunt

Spoon University- Delhi Chapter organized Spoon Scouts: A Foodie Treasure Hunt on 1st October, 2015 at Hudson Lane. Teams who had qualified the online round gathered at Kake Di Hatti for briefing and to get their clues. Teams present included quirky names like The Pirates of Hudson lane, Hupshis, FooDelicious, among others. The teams started the hunt at 3.30pm.  The clues led them to a café where they were supposed to perform an activity.

Photo by Tejaswa

Photo by Tejaswa

Cafes across Hudson Lane such as The Bunk-in Café, The Vintage Avenue, For God’s cake, Jack N’ Chill, Mood Swingers were a part of the Hunt. At every level, the participants won coupons from that café. Six Teams made it to the final round, with the Hogsters and A crazy one sharing the first prize. Other winning teams who won the hamper included Lazy Asses, Lebensmittel, Bugatti, Afghan Jalebis, The Pirates of Hudson Lane.

Participants were seen running around in cafés, and on the road, figuring out clues and guessing the names of the dishes. Nupur Joshi, one of the participants shared her experience, “Spoon Scouts was one-of-a-kind, enthralling event which gave my brain and body a much-needed exercise. I’m definitely coming back for more events.”

Participants included college students from different colleges across Delhi, from IP university to Delhi University’s Kirori Mal, Ramjas, IPCW, Hindu, Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce, Miranda, among others.

Image by Yatin Arora

Winners of the Hunt, Image credits: Yatin Arora

Sonal Chanana, one of the event organizers, said “It was a pleasant experience to organize an event where we could meet food lovers like us, the team worked immensely hard and the cafes were supportive. The journey to engage food-buffs doesn’t end here. It’s just the beginning.”

Spoon University- Delhi Chapter is an online food publication that covers everything from the best local restaurants and simple, unintimidating recipes to how to navigate your first kitchen and coverage of various food festivals.

Featured Image Credits: Sabhyata Badhwar

Kritika Narula

kritikan@dubeat.com



With a ginormous appetite for books, she is the kind of person who experiences Book Hangovers way too often. An unabashed fangirl, unbeatable optimist, movie-buff, art-lover, are some of the phrases that define her. In some alternate universe, she feeds on Mac and cheese every living moment. She actually fell in love at first sight: with big words. She can be found sipping coffee in the lawns of IP College, contemplating some quote she read somewhere, when not attending her commerce lectures. Drop her a mail at kritikan@dubeat.com. She’d prefer a tweet @kritika_n_books, though.


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