Overview

Taste the flavors unique to India on this guided Mumbai food tour. Sample various regional Indian cuisine at a variety of restaurants as you travel to an interesting array of landmarks. Noteworthy sights include the Crawford Market, St. Thomas Cathedral, Asiatic Library, Gateway of India, and Chhartapati Shivaji Terminus. This Mumbai tour is ideal for foodies and those with an appetite for cultural experiences. All food and beverages (non-alcoholic) served at each location are included with this tour's price.

 

4 Hours 19 Jul, 20 Jul, 21 Jul, and more
Inclusions/Exclusions
What we'll give. What we won't

What is included in the tour

  • Port pickup and drop-off
  • Breakfast
  • Food tasting
  • Lunch
  • Light refreshments

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
Itinerary

Taste the flavors unique to India on this guided Mumbai food tour. Sample various regional Indian cuisine at a variety of restaurants as you travel to an interesting array of landmarks. Noteworthy sights include the Crawford Market, St. Thomas Cathedral, Asiatic Library, Gateway of India, and Chhartapati Shivaji Terminus. This Mumbai tour is ideal for foodies and those with an appetite for cultural experiences. All food and beverages (non-alcoholic) served at each location are included with this tour's price. Begin your journey by meeting your knowledgeable guide, who also happens to be a certified chef. Your chef provides interesting dining recommendations and facts about Mumbai's cultural and culinary history. Your tour's first stop allows you to sample South Indian and Maharashtrian snacks at a restaurant near the Fort area. Staple dishes are based on flat bread and rice, varying from mild to very spicy. Next, visit the Crawford Market, Mumbai's most famous marketplace. This bustling locale allows you to shop for local spices and Indian handicrafts. Afterward, drive by several historic sites on your way to the Colaba neighborhood. You'll pass by Mumbai's most famous landmark, the Gateway of India. This monumental arch made of basalt overlooks the Arabian Sea. Many moons ago, it would be the first thing visitors traveling to Mumbai by boat would see. Another highlight landmark is the Chhartapati Shivaji Terminus, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy this historic railway station and its captivating architecture. Upon arriving in the Colaba region, enjoy North-Indian inspired appetizers from a popular restaurant After navigating Mumbai's scenic streets, you'll reach the Fort district to enjoy coastal-inspired cuisine. Mildly spiced foods with remarkably savory tastes will delight your palate. Next, sample traditional Parsi cuisine. Introduced to Mumbai by Iran in the 17th century, Parsi dishes consist of rice eaten with lentils or curry. Complete this savory Mumbai food tour with a sweet treat from an Indian dessert shop. Return transportation to your port is provided. Book this tasty Mumbai tour for an adventure your mouth will never forget.