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Khau Gully – The Ultimate Mumbai Street Food Tour

From Pav Bhaji to Vada Pav

Mumbai boasts one of India’s most iconic street food scenes. There are very few places in India that offer the kind of range and variety at extremely affordable rates like the “City That Never Sleeps” does.

The city is famous for its lip-smacking gastronomic offerings like the legendary iconic Vada, Pav Bhaji, Pani Puri, Dahi Batata Puri, chicken rolls & sandwiches, Jalebi, and Kulfi.

Mumbai spoils you for choice. There are so many wonderful food streets that you can choose from: Carter Road, Ghatkopar, Muhammad Ali Road, and Cross Maidan Khau Gulli.

Join us for a mouth-watering tour of Mumbai’s most beloved Khau Galli (food street).

Highlights of the Tour

  • A well-rounded food tour comprises the best eateries
  • Best Street Food Stalls at Carter Road, Ghatkopar, Muhammad Ali Road, and Cross Maidan Khau Gulli.
  • The best insights into the culinary history of Mumbai.
  • A peek into the quaint culture of Irani Cafes of Mumbai.

What’s Included In The Tour

  • Transportation
  • Costs of all 7-8 food tastings
  • Bottled Water
  • Parking and Toll
  • Guide Costs
  • Interactions

Buckle up for an exciting culinary adventure unlike any other. Our exclusive Street Food (Khau Gully) Tour takes you on a tantalizing 8-course tasting experience featuring the city’s very best delight.

Your tour will begin with a stopover at one of the oldest restaurants in Mumbai that has served hungry Mumbaikars for generations.

The next item on the tour is Mumbai’s legendary Vada Pav—the city’s ultimate culinary pride. Mumbai’s answer to the Western burger, a Vada Pav features a savory soft bun (pav) with spicy potato fritters, served with chutney and green chilies.

Your next stop will be a traditional Irani (Persian) Café which is as much a Mumbaiknar symbol as the Vada Pav is.

Established by the Parsi community that found a refugee from religious persecution in Persian in this coastal city, the Irani cafes are mostly family-run businesses dating back to the 19th century—with culinary secrets passing down generations. These secrets are zealously preserved.

There were some 350 Irani Cafes in the 1950s in the city. Now, their numbers have dwindled to only 20.

Some must-try Irani Café foods are Bun Maska, Irani Chai, puddings, Sali boti, chicken dansak cakes, and double omelets.

The Irani Café experience will be followed by a galore of Mumbai snacks: Pav Bhaji, Pani Puri, Dahi Batata Puri, chicken rolls, and traditional sandwiches.

Finally, we’ll top it off with some dessert (Jalebi) and Kulfi (traditional ice cream).

 Note. The tour requires moderate physical activity and does not operate on Sundays. (Mon-Fri)

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