Mumbai provides anything for those who seek. The cosmopolitan life of the city gives rise to a number of food cultures combined together. This 4 hour delectable tour gives you a hint of many Indian and local cuisines, upholding its true spirit of diversity.
Meet at Colaba Causeway around 06:30 PM.Go beyond the average Indian food that you usually get and get exposed to something remarkable. We have carefully chosen with extensive research and with years of ‘eating’ experience some of the best places in the Fort area for you to experience.Food you will try:
Awesome, lip-smacking Mughlai Tandoori Chicken
The essential ‘Paan’, a delectable sweet item made with a particular kind of leaf
A milkshake of exotic fruits
The staple of Mumbai – ‘Vada Paav’
The most delicious Kerala fish curry you have ever had
A traditional Iranian-Parsi delicacy – Berry Pulao
And to end the tour, some delectable, delicious and creamy ‘ice-cream’ with all natural flavours and all the goodness that is an ice-cream…
Sink your teeth deep into the zesty, spicy and mouth-watering street food of Mumbai that speaks volumes of the culture of the city.
Experience the best of this place through its potpourri of delicious, authentic local flavours, Indian cuisine, and even a few global strands.
Over four hours, you’ll appreciate why Mumbai’s classics Bhel Puri and Pav Bhaji provide a distinct taste of the land.
Assemble around 05:30 pm near Churchgate Station. As the day transcends into evening dusk the city’s landscape gets amazingly dotted with food stalls coming alive.
Head to Chowpatty for a satiating ride with a variety of Mumbai’s famous chats such as paani puri along with the signature pavbhaji, great accompaniment to catch sun setting in the Arabian Sea horizon.
Witness the buzz around Minara Masjid for typical Islamic food. The kahogalli at Mohammed Ali Road is a divine intervention for similar authentic treats.
Savour sizzling flavorsome delicacies around the historic Muslim neighbourhood of Behndi Bazaar. With Offal Delights, see how different kinds of meats are cooked up.
Sample hand-churned ice creams and other Indian sweets at a 120 year old mithaishop. End your trail around 09:30pm near Mohammed Ali Road and MS Ali Road.