Prepare yourself because there’s nothing quite like Mumbai with its energy, pulse and personality unmatched by any other city on the sub-continent.
Our foodie guide Shailesh was born and raised in this city and what he doesn't know about the food here ain’t worth knowing. 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. You’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, all while being entertained with stories of old Bombay.
*Oh, hi there veggies, this one's definitely for you. We can happily swap out the meat to suit your palette, after all... this is India.
**Street food vendors take time off too, so we can’t promise every tour will be the same, but fear not, the day will always be packed with good stuff.
"Shailesh knows the food scene in Mumbai better than anyone. Born in Dharavi, they've seen big shifts in old Bombay, but the street food stays delightfully unchanged. Over the years, he's dived into every nook and cranny seeking out the best places to eat in Mumbai. Join him on their daily Mumbai food tour and you’ll be sampling the finest this city has to offer. "
1 - 8 People
16h00 - 20h30
17 Tasting Menu
USD $55 per Person
To join the tour, use the calendar to select your date and secure your tour with your card. For special requests or private bookings, contact us.
You'll meet Shailesh outside the Residency Hotel in the Fort area of downtown Mumbai. It's easy to reach and we'll send you more details and address on your voucher. Your guide will be wearing A Chef's Tour t-shirt.
This tour is designed for adventurous eaters with an interest in discovering the food Mumbaikars eat. In terms of eating, you'll hit the ground running on this Mumbai food tour. Just be sure to wear extra comfortable shoes and bring an empty stomach, you're going to need it.