Inaugurating ‘Bon Appetit – Eat for a Cause’ food festival on Friday, Chief Minister V.Narayanasamy said that it is the responsibility of the government to encourage Pondicherry Heritage Round Table 167 for organising a unique food festival for a cause.
He added that besides being a safe destination for tourists, Puducherry also offers wide range of cuisines from south Indian, north Indian to continental, Chinese and even Korean food.
| Photo Credit: T.SingaravelouFor the next two days, you can wish ‘Bon Appetit’ and contribute to a cause by devouring your favourite dish.
Chief Minister V.Narayanasamy, Health Minister Malladi Krishna Rao and AIADMK MLA A.Anbalagan savour sweets on the first day of the three-day food festival 'Bon Appetit - Eat for a Cause' held at Old Port in Puducherry on Friday.
We are planning to attract at least 20 lakh tourists this year,” he said, adding that Tourism Minister Malladi Krishna Rao has brought more money to tourism here.
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