There was music in the air as people tucked into food from stalls set up by Café Zoe, Woodside Inn, Maroosh, Busago and the like. Other folks lazed under the shade of trees, while many more sat savouring their wines at The Tasting Room, laughing, chatting, making merry. Girls sashayed about in pretty dresses, shopping at the SulaFest bazaar; some got foot massages, whilst others paid Rs 250 for 10 minutes of grape stomping.
With new businesses harnessing the talents of home chefs for their meal-delivery services, it's a good time for cooking enthusiasts. And it's an even better time for customers who can tuck into steaming hot, healthy and delicious home food without needing to enter the kitchen.