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Mumbai Street Food Walk Day Tour

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Trip Overview

Food tours are the best way to indulge in the culinary delight and make a long-lasting impression on local food. Come and join us for the street food crawl of Mumbai.


  • Stroll the lanes with the oldest food shop in the old town of Mumbai.
  • Taste the variety of local dishes, tangy chats, and mouthwatering desserts.
  • Listen to interesting stories about food preparation.


Detailed Overview

Embark on a culinary journey through Mumbai's diverse gastronomic landscape on a tantalizing food tour. Begin with street food delights in bustling areas like Juhu Beach and Chowpatty, savoring spicy pav bhaji and crispy vada pav. Dive into the aromatic lanes of Mohammed Ali Road for authentic kebabs and biryanis, experiencing the city's vibrant Muslim food culture. Indulge in coastal delicacies at iconic seafood joints in Colaba, tasting fresh catch straight from the Arabian Sea. Conclude your tour with a visit to upscale eateries in Bandra, where fusion cuisine and innovative dishes showcase Mumbai's cosmopolitan flavors, leaving your taste buds craving for more.



  • All guests are expected to report to the Times of India building, opposite CST station, by 12:00 noon or 6:00 pm (as chosen), & meet the guide.
  • After the quick briefing session, start the tour.
  • Stroll the lanes with the oldest shop in the old town of Bombay & taste a variety of local cuisine.
  • Taste the authentic street food of Mumbai, like Wada Pav, Dabeli, Bhel, and Samosas. Also, visit chat stalls & taste lip-smacking pani puris.
  • Sip a cup of Irani tea with the bun maska at the Irani cafe.
  • After 2 hours of tasting the different varieties of foods, we will end the tour.

Basic Details

Start Point
Near CST Station
Finish Point
Near CST Station
Start time
12:00 pm 6:00 pm
Food & DiningNight-lifeTours & SightseeingWalking Tours
Trip Code


  • Service of a knowledgeable guide.
  • Food tasting.
  • Beverage.




  • Hotel pick-up and drop.
  • Anything not specified in inclusions.

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Important Information

  • All guests are requested to wear comfortable walking shoes, sunglasses/sunscreen, umbrella, hats or scarf and camera if interested in photography.
  • Children of 0-4 years of age (accompanied by an adult) are allowed to join for free.
  • Tour involves a moderate amount of walking.
  • The guests are requested to bring the following during the tour - Water bottle, camera and its accessories to you enjoy photography, sunglasses, sunscreen and umbrella (in case of rainy season or summers).

Cancellation Policy

  • Full refund if cancelled before* 3 days
  • No refund after that


Meet-up Information/Reporting Point

The Times of India opposite CST Station

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