Culinary Tours

Indian cuisine has history of over a period of 5000 plus years, and, shaped by the influences of religious interest, social norms and foreign infiltrations, offers a valuable insight into the diverse cultures of this exotic subcontinent.

Famous the world over for its cuisine, India can attract visitors for its gastronomic journeys.  Let your taste pulse be tantalised with street food tours, traditional home cooking, gastronomic hot spots and statewise culinary delicacies.

India’s cuisine can be as varied as its culture and region & terrain.  From the smouldering tandoors and low flamed cooked, meaty cuisines of Rajasthan and the Awadhi delicacies of Lucknow, – rich in mutton, paneer and deep spices, to the snack obsessed Gujarat, with its vegetarian delights. In Ahmedabad, tour the delicious street food vendors and sample the spiced vegetarian food, carefully prepared with a strict adherence to the Jain religion.  In Amritsar enter the heart of the Sikh religion, and lend a hand in langar preparation and service the kitchen of the magnificent Golden Temple, which serves more than 100,000 meals to its fellow community every day.

4-days-turkish-cooking-tour-isIn West Bengal the subtle Bekti fish curries and sweet plump(rosgula and Sandesh), pastel hued mithai.  In the South, Hyderabad, the most southern stronghold of the Mughal Empire is renowned for its delicious biryanis, as is Goa for its spiced seafood & authentic delicate coconut curries.  Take a cooking class at the colonial Siolim House, a beautiful Portuguese manor house situated in North Goa.  Both Kerala and Tamil Nadu offer distinctive fragrant cuisine, from the tantalising vegetarian thalis to idlis, delicious dosas of various tastes and local flavours statewise and pungent, peppery Chettinad masalas.

In Mumbai is considered to be the gourmet capital of India with its extraordinary variety of luxury hotels, restaurants, food markets, street stalls and historic cafés.  Watch the carnival unfold at dusk, on Chowpatty beach when the locals take their evening stroll amongst the many colourful street food vendors selling the famous bhel puri, pani puri and sizzling ‘Mumbai sandwich’ pao baaji.  Head to local Snacks for a taste of the famous street food or to famous hippie hang out, Leopards café.  For dinner, head to Trishna – a historic and intimate seafood restaurant or the well established hot spot area.  Dine at the prestigious Taj Mahal Hotel and sample dishes from all over the India at its eight restaurants.

Bukhara is famous as one of India’s best-known restaurants.  It is situated at the ITC Maurya Hotel in New Delhi, the culinary style is still retaining northwest style of tandoor  for about 40 . The Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi is one more  gastronomic hot spot, where you can even attend  with prior bookings of the cookery tutorials by award winning chefs, lining up a three-course meal you have prepared together . At The Oberoi Rajvilas, Jaipur guests can try their hand at preparing traditionally Rajasthani dishes, under the supervision of the world class Chefs.  At the luxury Leela Hotels, take a three day Culinary extravagaza, taking you right into the heart of the local markets.  In Colonial Cochin, visit a local home to learn the basics of proper Keralan Thali.

Indian Food Walks

Explore the best of Indian food with customizable food walks in multiple cities of all over India. For real gourmets, we have on our panel local chefs as food guides who help us in keeping the tour in order with food tasting, but also narrate details of the food’s history, mode of cooking, ingredients and way of service .

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DURATION: Average tour duration is 6 hours. We offer 2, 4, 6 and 9 hours options in select cities.

CUSTOMIZED: These food walks can be customized to suit dietary interest preferences of guests like vegetarian food or dairy free and so on.

VEHICLE: Complementary pickup and drop from hotels is provided.

FOOD: Depending upon the city and duration of tour chosen, the guests may taste 13 to 18 dishes in a one day. Meals are also included in the package

SIGHTSEEING: In addition to food, the guests also have the opportunity to visit some offbeat places and see some sights and experience the city like a local.

GUIDES: The food guides are well educated, have a deep understanding of the food, city and do their best to help you enjoy your day.

ADDONS: The food tours can be made even more enjoyable by addition of following add-ons in select cities:

Professional photographer to take your pictures during the food walk.

Tea tasting.

Introductory class for use of spices.

Shopping excursion.

A local professional chef to lead your food walk.

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Food Tours In New Delhi

You can enjoy following different types of food tours in New Delhi and Old Delhi. The shortest is 2 hours and the longest is 9 hours long and can begin between 9:30 am and 5:30 pm depending upon factors like availability, weather, day of week etc. It is possible to customise the itinerary and menu of food walks to suit preferences of our guests like dietary restrictions, schedule etc.

Food Tours In New Delhi

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Food Tours In Old Delhi

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Delhi Food Tour, Full Day

Connaught Place Food Tour

Chawari Bazar Food Tour

Food Tour of Agra

Taj Mahal without doubt is the main attraction of Agra. But your Agra trip is not complete unless you take out some time to savour the local authentic food in a food tour. A food tour plan all in a way you taste some of the popular eat food stuff and of Agra before or after a trip to Taj Mahal is a perfect way to spend a day there. This food tour helps you explore some hidden items and landmarks of magnificent Agra town which most tourists never enjoy otherwise

Features: Mostly vegetarian food with 11-15 food dishes from 6-9 places. Equal to one meal plus snacks.

INR 5000 per person for a group of 2 or more guests. INR 6000 for solo guest.
Private tour available for INR 1000 extra per person.

Enjoying the local Agra Delicacy and markets pre or post seeing the Taj Mahal.

Food Tour of Agra

Food Tours in Jaipur

Jaipur is famous for it sights, but not many people have knowledge of its delicious cuisine. Our food walks in Jaipur help you experience  the best of Jaipur’s cuisine, culture and sights in a single tour. Following are the details of the food walks we offer in Jaipur. A custom food walk of different duration and customised menu of food items can be arranged with prior interest and palate

Features: 12-15 dishes from 6-9 different places including one full meal. Vegetarian and non-vegetarian food.

Sightseeing in some monuments and/or temples depending upon season and time of day.

INR 7000 per guest for a group of 2 or more guests. INR 8500 for solo guest.

Private tour available for INR 2000 extra per guest…..

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Food tours in Udaipur

The authentic cuisine of Udaipur is a mix of sweet and savoury food items and a food tour is an ideal way to showcase some of the dishes available there. This Udaipur food tour helps you do just that by taking you to some of the most popular and heritage value food locations of the Udaipur city and ensure local delicacy & taste of  Mewari food items in a secure and enjoyable way. It is possible to arrange a tailor made food tour of varied duration.

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12-15 Vegetarian and non-vegetarian food dishes from 6-9 different food places including i.e., one full meal

Sightseeing in some monuments and/or temples depending upon season and time of day.

INR7000 per guest for a group of 2 or more guests. INR 8500 for solo guest.
Private tours can be arranged for INR2000 extra per guest …..