Indulge yourself in some of India's best food with this 2.5-hour night food tour of Mumbai, which gives you a sample of the city's most popular dishes! Walk through Mumbai's engaged streets and discover the best food stalls and restaurants with the help of your foodie guide. Taste a variety of different Indian dishes such as Pav Bhaji, spicy vegetable curry with a soft bread roll, and Dosa, an Indian pancake made with fermented batter. Learn about the local food culture and traditions as you explore the Fort area, right before you stop by a British-era restaurant for the Berry Pulao, rice pilaf with a refreshing combination of sweet and sour berries! Cap off the food tour with a visit to an 80-year old dessert shop to satisfy your sweet tooth, right before the tour ends at Churchgate.
Foodies visiting Mumbai will have an amazing day sampling the very best foods that the city has to offer with this day tour! From your hotel, you'll be brought to the Indian Spice Market, which is a marvelous location that introduces you to a vast array of spices. The range of spices both whole and earth down, both local and popular blends, have made Mumbai famous. While here, you'll visit local snacks from fine street food vendors and even visit a family restaurant that gives you delicious traditional homestyle snacks. Your trip then takes you to Dhobi Ghaat, the biggest open air laundry in Asia, so you can try some tasty masala chai made of ginger and spices, before you take a train to South Mumbai to Chowpatty Beach. Here, you'll sample local delicacies like Sevpuri, Paani puri, Bhel puri (a dish made of puffed rice, vegetables and tamarind sauce), and Pav Bhaaji for the curry afficionados. After eating your fill, you'll make stops at the CST train station, Gateway of India, and Crawford Market where you'll be able to shop for items you'd like to take home with you. Dinner follows at a famous family restaurant with traditional Indian specialty dishes. Your day of sampling culinary delights is capped by dessert at an 80-year-old dessert shop. A truly amazing journey that will get your taste buds tingling!
Enjoy 2 hours of exploring the vibrant streets of Mumbai as you sample some of its most famous street foods. This tour allows you to sample up to seven local snacks and favorites, showing you their most authentic form and their many local varieties. You'll meet your guide at your selected pick up location and then head off exploring the streets of Mumbai. Try authentic pav bhaji, a handful of spicy, tangy sevpuri, and more local favorites. The great thing about local street food is that you get to see it made before your very eyes, giving you insight on what it takes to make authentic local snacks. Fromthe crunchy and savory to the sweet and spicy, you'll have a great time trying to best of Mumbai.
Unleash the foodie within you with a 3-course Bohri meal with over 8 ethnic dishes prepared just for you. One of Bohri’s famous quotes is "many hands are a blessing" — and this a strong encouragement to gather around one table for a delicious meal. On this join-in dining experience, you will get to sample the best of Bohri cuisine. Start with a welcome drink and move on to appetizers: smoked mutton kheema samosa, full fried chicken and sweet carrot pudding. As your appetite gets going, it’s time to try some serious food: raan in red masala and goat trotters in onion gravy. Pair your food with a pineapple and boondi raita, dry fruit and green chutney and aamba pickle. Finally, wash down the delicious meal with rose sharbat with sabja seeds and jal jeera before completing your dinner with saancha ice cream and the traditional paan.
Originating from the Konkan region of Maharatshtra and Goa, Malvani cuisine is different from that of the rest of India: though featuring a variety of vegetarian dishes, it is mostly meat-based. The best way to explore the authentic Malvani cuisine is though a savory home cooked meal at a local chef’s house. You will start with a welcome drink of Kokam soda and move on to appetizers: fish fry marinated in the very special Malvani masala. Then, try some of the region’s traditional mains: Bombil in green gravy, Bangda tikhale and Malvani chicken curry. The meal is complete with a generous serving of steamed rice and Vade — medium sized fried breads. Pair your sumptuous meal with Sol Kadi, a spicy and tangy drink that can improve digestion and a refreshing Koshimbir salad.
Terrific tour! Not only was I able to secure spices from the bazaar and try out Mumbai’s best snacks, but I also had the chance to see several key sites of the city! It’s just too bad my host missed to get me through the Train Station tour because of the hectic schedule on a Sat afternoon. The tour was also limited to 2 people minimum but I still went ahead because of there nice agenda suiting my travel time. Overall, I really enjoyed it & would recommend this.