Welcome to Mumbai Food Tasting Tour – Mumbai Delights. The one & only good food tour of Mumbai. It’s also known as Mumbai Delights as our food tasting tour in Mumbai solely concentrates to pamper your taste buds.
Mumbai is the Financial Capital, Fashion Capital, Film Capital of India and Mumbai is also famous for its amazing food delicacies and on its way to become the Food Capital Of India.
Do you love food? Are you a foodie, then this is a tour worth doing! You can actually taste local food in few of Mumbai’s best hidden hotspots. You have an option of tasting/eating lots of different varieties of Vegetarian/Jain food which you will remember surely as your Mumbai Moment and you will love to cherish forever! (Only Vegetarian food will be served).
It’s a great mix of local street food of Mumbai and some real authentic food in restaurants of Mumbai. It’s a completely personalized Mumbai tour with a private tour guide accompanying you always and telling you the speciality of the Indian dishes served.
India being a Hindu country and most of the people are vegetarians here; we will take you to the most ultimate food hangouts.
You can choose any 8 dishes from the list below according to your taste and let us know.
You can club this Mumbai food tour with any other Mumbai day Tour.
Come, Let’s Go!
Best food dishes in Mumbai according to a local:
* Mumbai’s Best Masala Chai/Tea: Masala chai (literally "mixed-spice tea") is a beverage from the Indian subcontinent made by brewing tea with a mixture of aromatic Indian spices and herbs. (Except Sunday)
Mumbai’s Best Pav Bhaji: It is also known as the 'Signature dish of Mumbai' Pav Bhaji is a fast food dish that originated in Marathi cuisine. It is native to Maharashtra. Pav in Marathi means a small loaf of bread. Bhaji in Marathi means vegetable dish (tomato, peas/potato, capsicum, etc.)
Mumbai’s Best Sev Puri: Sev Puri is an Indian Snack originated in Mumbai and also the second signature dish of Mumbai, essentially made of Puri which is loaded with diced potatoes, onions, three types of chutneys: tamarind, chili/garlic and topped with Sev. Sev is essentially small pieces of crunchy noodles made from chickpea flour paste which is seasoned with turmeric and cayenne before being deep-fried in oil. Puri is a deep fried small round and crispy wheat bread.
Mumbai’s Best Bhel Puri : Bhelpuri is made from puffed rice and Sev (a fried snack shaped like thin noodles made from gram flour) mixed with potatoes, onions, Chat Masala and chutney and mixture (a mix of different types of fried snacks mixed together), as the base of the snack. Other commonly used ingredients include tomatoes, onions and chili’s added to the base.
*Mumbai’s Best Kulfi: It's a popular Indian Ice-cream made from the condensed milk.
* Mumbai’s Best Dry fruit Sweets/Mithai: They are made with sugar, milk and condensed milk, and cooked by frying. Almonds. Pistachios, saffron, cashew nuts etc are used to make this. (Dairy product) Mumbai’s Best Handmade Ice cream: Hand churned/handmade Ice-cream available in different varieties/flavors and seasonal fruits.
Mumbai’s Best Biryani: is a set of rice-based foods made with spices, rice (usually basmati) and spices and vegetables.
Mumbai’s Best Pan: Pronounced as Paan, from the word pān is a stimulating, psychoactive preparation of betel leaf combined with areca nut and other ingredients such as coconut flakes, cardamom, cherry betel nuts etc. (it can also be prepared without betel nuts). Paan has many variations. Slaked lime paste is commonly added to bind the leaves.
Mumbai’s Best Gujarati Thali for Lunch/Dinner: Thali (Hindi: meaning "plate") is an Indian meal made up of a selection of various dishes. They are usually served in small bowls on a round tray. Sometimes a steel tray made with multiple compartments is used. Thali dishes include rice, daal, vegetables, Roti, Papadom or Papad as we say, curd (yogurt), small amounts of chutney or pickle, and a sweet dish to top it off.
*Mumbai’s Best Falooda: Falooda is a cold and sweet beverage with many ingredients very popular in India. Traditionally it is made by mixing rose syrup with vermicelli, and tapioca pearls along with either milk or ice cream. (Dairy Product)
Mumbai’s Best Chhole and Bathura: Chhole Bhatura is a combination of Chhole (spicy chick peas) and fried bread called Bhatura (made of refined wheat flour)
Mumbai’s Best Cold Masala Milk: Cold Milk with Dry fruits
*Mumbai’s Best North Indian Dishes: Most of the dishes will be based on Paneer (curdling heated milk with lemon juice)
Mumbai’s Best South Indian Dishes : Idly, Dosa dishes are very famous. (These dishes made from rice batter)
* Denotes: Not for Vegans/Not available on Sundays.
* Paneer based items are all dairy products.