Mumbai Street Food
One of the most sought after spot in Mumbai overlooking the Arabian Sea. One cannot miss the Queen's necklace in the evening with street lights and one of the longest sea front roads.
Mohammad Ali Road
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We will pick you up from your hotel at 15:00 hrs, with a well experience guide we will drive straight to Marine drive which is overlooking the twinkling Arabian Sea.
Start your beach-side stroll at the southern end of Marine Drive, where it joins Madame Cama Road. As you walk north along the promenade, you’ll be passing some of the most sought after (and expensive) real estate in India, including a number of wonderful old art deco-style apartments, weathered from years of exposure to the salty sea winds.
Beyond Veer Nariman Road (to your right), you’ll eventually pass the large Wankhede Stadium (D. Road, Churchgate), a popular cricket venue. This stadium has hosted many major international cricket matchesfood and drink vendors selling roasted corn on the cob, fried snacks,
Continuing north, you’ll arrive at Mumbai’s famous Chowpat ty Beach, a magnet for young couples and families. Pause here for a plate of deliciousbhelpuri (fried savory snack), a much-loved Mumbai specialty. From drive pass by Malabar hill after reaching to hanging garden guide will show you good view of marine drive in night time which we call as queen necklace road as well.
From here we proceed to the colorful part of Mumbai called Mohammad Ali Road, this street is shoppers delight and comes alive after Sun set in night time. Walk on the street to see the mad rush. But this is all worth for the lip smacking food that awaits you. Try the famous Bhuna Gosht, Egg Roll, Kabab and this followed by a taste of delicious Phirni which is the speciality of this place. Later drop back to hotel.