Mumbai Street Food

Mumbai Street Food - AHM : 1191

Mumbai Street Food Tasting Experience with Heritage Bus Ride

Mumbai being a cosmopolitan city has people from all parts of India who have made this place their home. But you cannot keep them away from their food. So Mumbai offers varieties of different cuisine on its streets. We bring you this delicious experience with our experienced Guide who will just not show you Mumbai Street Food and its origins and tasting but also take you in bylanes and showcase the other side of Mumbai not available to Tourists.

  • Pick up Point – City Hotels
  • Start Time – 10:00 – 1500 hrs (For Hotel in Juhu or Airport side the pick up will be at 0900hrs)

We start this experience by driving to RC Church Colaba Bus Depot. We board a Double Decker bus (Known as London Bus) which has Completed 75 years in service also know as Heritage bus ride in the city. Enjoy your double decker bus ride for 45 mins going past heritage structures. The Guide will brief you about the history of each of these magnificent Residential Buildings. View beautiful iconic Marine Drive and local markets. Bus journey terminates at Tardeo Bus Depot where your first halt of street food awaits you.

Taste lip smacking (Veg) Pav Bhaji – Mashed Vegetables served with Mumbai Bread at Sardar Pav Bhaji. It is also known as 'Signature dish of Mumbai' Pav Bhaji is a fast food dish that is synonymous with Mumbai street food. Pav in Marathi means a small loaf of bread. Bhaji is local word for vegetables.

Then we drive to Kalbadevi Khau Galli, which is famous for Gujarati cuisine. Surti Farsan known as Traditional Snacks like Sev Puri is an Indian Snack originated in Mumbai but adopted by Gujarati community. We also savour another Mumbai specialty called Bhelpuri which 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.

Its time to experience something unique now. So our next stop is Bombay Panjrapole, 176-year-old infirmary that primarily looks after cows and other stray animals. The shelter, painted bright blue, spreads across a sprawling two acres within the congested market. Masala chai (literally "mixed-spice tea") will be served to you here. This is a beverage from India subcontinent made by brewing tea with a mixture of aromatic Indian spices and herbs.

We navigate the small lanes and reach Mohamed Ali Road better known as the Food Paradise. Here you can see the old traditional way of baking the biscuits and bread that is still followed by the bakers here. Taste all Yummy Bakery Products & Famous Nankhatai from Zam Zam sweets with Dry Fruits.

Our last stop is a small dairy known for its Falooda which is a cold and sweet beverage mixed with Rose syrup and vermicelli, and tapioca pearls along with milk and topped with Ice Cream.

The vehicle awaits you here and will drop you back to the hotel with a happy tummy and an experience worth remembering.

Tour Ends