Local Experience, Food and Wine, First Time Visitor, City
Kid Friendly: No.
I can also customise the tour, depending on the number of people, I could hire a bigger vehicle , at an additional cost.
Maximum travelers: 2
Hindi (fluent), English (fluent)
Learn about Indian culinary tradition and taste local Street Food or enjoy a middle class tasty meal or gorge at a 5 star
There's no denying that eating is almost like a national pastime in India. During this tour, learn all about Mumbai through its palate. From street food to the quintessential Irani cafe and Mumbai's signature dish - bhel puri - we'll unravel the stories of the people and communities who live in this urban melting pot. You'll love the platter we've put out for you!
A tour around Mumbai including some street shopping and street food (the food originated for the common man, hence the name street food) and lunch. . . but I dont take my guests (travellers) to eat on the street.
1. Sampling of Indian snacks like paani puri , bhel puri or vada paav or tasting Indian sweets like jalebis or barfi
2. Or tasting different types of dosas, with or without a filling
3. Guzzling down masala chai (ginger spiced tea).
4. take you to experience the taste of Indian Kulfi . . . somewhat like ice cream. . but a tastier version
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Any South Mumbai location of your choice,Hotel
End location: Any end location of your choice
Duration: 3 hours
Air-conditioned, chauffeur-driven car
Air conditioned chauffeur driven car.
My tour services plus the rental of the car and the driver.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
3000 Indian rupee - Per Person for personal expenses such as the sampling of the various foods
Meal, aerated water and personal expenses
Tour can be customised with prior intimation
** You are responsible to purchase your own travel insurance to join this tour **
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Terrific market and food survey! Maya was very personable and gave me the authentic experience. It was well done. Also she took me to Mumbai Emporium (not sure if that is the right name). Customers need to be aware that they are going into a situation where they may have to turn down merchandise they never wanted, or haggle for merchandise they consider too expensive. I bought two scarves and a painted Elephant family. Maya will let you know in advance what to expect.