What you'll do
Kick off the tour in the late afternoon, you will start with a refreshing masala lime soda to prepare your stomach for the feast to come. We will then hop from stop to stop using the city's transport to mop up delectable curries with crispy papads, hit up one of the few remaining Persian bakeries, dig into chaat snacks on Chowpatty and delve into the Muslim quarter to eat lip-smackingly good kebabs. We'll wander through old markets, ride the famous Mumbai train network and eat ice cream that’s been churned the same way since it opened in the 19th century. Along the way you'll try over a dozen local dishes and snacks across three distinct districts in the city. Return back to the Fort area where the tour concludes.
I was born and raised in Mumbai, and I my favourite thing to do is to introduce people to the amazing food we have here. As a foodie and cook, I know all the best spots to eat, spots that are only known to locals. Let me introduce you to the gems I have found over the years, that illustrate the diversity and brilliance of the cuisine here.
We will try over 12 different local dishes
Water and local soft drinks included
We will take local trains and taxis to get from place to place (tickets included in the price)
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Where you'll be
We will experience several areas in Mumbai, utilising local trains to get around. We will take a train out to Chowpatty Beach just as the sun is setting, but we aren't there just for the view but also for a serving of my favourite phav bhaji. We will then head through a fresh produce and spice market on our way to the Muslim Quarter. We will finish up the tour outside the beautiful Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus
Things to keep in mind
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Up to 8 guests of all ages can attend.
Mumbai Hidden Street Eats by Train