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.
Mumbai, the city of dreams, has plenitude to offer its visitors. Be it the
most glittering industry of the country, one of the largest slums or dhobi
ghats in the world, this city takes the pride of being the home to all!
In addition to all the offerings, this city has to offer, the ‘Dabbawala’
or the lunchbox carriers are the most amazing ones.
These people, without a fail, transport lunchbox to every nook and
corner of the city. Whether it’s raining, thundering or the scorching sun, they
accomplish their task without any mistake.
Within Mumbai slum tour with Dhobi Ghat and dabba wala, you will get to
witness all these, interact with the people who connect Mumbai like no one
Get picked-up from the hotel at around 09:30AM; the transporting vehicles
will be decided according to the number of members in the group.
From the hotel, you will be driven towards the Mahim Station, from where a
simple walking tour of around 2 hours will offer you the glimpses of life in
The 13th Compound of Dharavi, one of the commercial hubs of Mumbai, is the
epicentre of plastic and metal recycling. Witness the rustling machineries
melting and moulding plastics and metals into different shapes.
From a small button to the playful toys, these machines produce everything.
While witnessing all these processes, the delicious aroma and flavour from the
local bakeries and sweet shops will keep you captivated with their delicacies.
Other offerings to feast your eyes while in Dharavi locality include the
incense stick and soap makers, the packed cyber-cafes, non-stop tailors busy in
producing various commodities and the lively locals who waves at every
After Mahim, it will be the time to visit the potter’s clan in Kumbha Wada.
Inhabited by the potters from Gujarat, it is in this locality, you will find
how these potters incite life to the clays and shape up magnificent artefacts.
While in here, you can also interact with these clay artists and know more
about their art and culture before you head towards Dhobighat!
In Dhobighat, you can witness how the laundrymen washes, dyes, dries up and
irons the clothes on a daily basis. It is said that 6 out 10 locals in Mumbai
wears clothes that are washed in this ghat.
While touring around this jovial vicinity, you can also have a glimpse of
the synchronised life of the dhobis and their dedication towards their work.
Post this, be prepared to witness one of the most amazing experiences in
Mumbai. As you get introduced with the Dabbawala (lunchbox carriers), you will
have a clear picture of how these people delivers the freshly prepared foods
from home to different corners of the city.
With no proper technology or gadget, these delivery guys, regardless of the
season and time, does their work wholeheartedly without a fail. It is their
hard work, zeal for perfection and pure dedication that has compelled the
Harvard University to do a research on them!
Once done with the Dabbawalas, you will be driven back to the hotel. And
with you drop, this amazing local experience of Mumbai will come to an end.