The tastiest Mumbai food tour you can’t miss!
Mumbai’s diverse food culture is one of the world’s most multicultural cities. Food inspired by various cultures worldwide can be found on almost every street corner. Feast your way to Mumbai’s best eating joints with our Mumbai street food tour. Be prepared to get your hands dirty as your host takes you on a unique culinary adventure of the city, from the sweetest desserts to the delectable Mughlai to Parsi specialties!
Explore the history, culture, and food offerings that distinguish Mumbai from the rest of the country. So, join your host on a food tour of Mumbai and fill up on the best delicacies! The Mumbai street food tour combines culinary and sightseeing elements. You’ll visit some of the city’s most famous landmarks on this culinary tour and sample the local cuisine.
Our tours are an excellent combination of food, history, and entertainment. Not only will you be able to taste and learn about the origins of delicious foods, but you will also be wowed by unusual cultural insights and impressed by offbeat historical tales.
- Explore the flavourful world of Indian ingredients and spices
- Enjoy beverages, snacks, and desserts in the Mumbai market
- Try classic food at real, local hotspots
- Discover food stalls around famous Mumbai food streets
- Different local tastings
- Bottled mineral water
- Parking fees included in the tour
- English-speaking local guide
- Group/private guided tour
- Vegetarian & Non-vegetarian alternatives
Your tour at a glance
Mumbai has a diverse range of iconic local cafes and specialty restaurants that often convey the diverse tastes and flavors for which the country is famous. Our Mumbai City Sightseeing & Food Tasting Tour is more than just a food tour; it is also a cultural experience! Discover food stops that satisfy your appetite for Mumbai in between must-see local attractions and city highlights. This tour has it all: food, drinks, must-see sights, and local hot spots!
Our food tour reflects the diverse cuisine, powerful flavours, and high-quality ingredients that Mumbai fosters, with influences from various regions of India, abroad, and India’s many rulers.
You will love the flavourful Mumbai cuisines on the best Mumbai street food tour. Relish a selection of food and drink tastings hand-picked for you by your foodie local host. From delectable must-tries to regional specialties, you’re in for a treat.
This food-tasting tour of Mumbai is a cultural journey beyond the food you’ll eat. You’ll learn about the city and its highlights while enjoying delicious local bites ranging from savory to sweet and drinks. What could be better than to admire the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, Marine Drive, and Queen Victoria Railway Station and hear about their local relevance from your English-speaking guide as you hop from one food hot spot to the next?
Local guides share delectable treats and stories about food, historical background, and cultural legacy. It’s the best way to ‘travel’ Mumbai, discovering hidden gems only locals know about!
Your Food Tour Itinerary:
Total Duration: 7-8 hours
Availability: Every day
Pick Up time: 8:00AM, 9:00AM, 10:00AM, 11:00AM
The official start of your food tour will be at the time of your pickup: the start of the flavorsome food feast. There will be introductions and time for everyone to mingle and get to know one another. We’ll start our day from your hotel lobby, where our local guide and an air-conditioned vehicle with a professional driver will be present to receive you. On this Mumbai street food tour, your tour guide is a lifelong Mumbai resident who will show you all the best food spots.
Our one day Mumbai Tour starts with the famous Marine Lines, the mesmerizing spot that relaxes and gives you a beautiful view of the Arabian Sea. Tourists come to enjoy the natural beauty of the area, take photographs, and breathe in some fresh air.
After your amazing views at the Marine Lines, next on the list is The Gateway of India, constructed in the early twentieth century in Mumbai, Maharashtra. It was built to commemorate King-Emperor George V and Queen-Empress Mary’s landing in December 1911 at Apollo Bunder, Mumbai, as the first British monarch to visit India. The Gateway of India is famous for its intricate Indo-Saracenic architecture. After you’ve admired its splendor, you can enjoy a leisurely walk and the breathtaking view of the Arabian Sea.
Right next to the Gateway of India, you will see The Taj Mahal Place Hotel, built in 1903 and was the first harbor landmark of the country. This legendary luxury hotel has hosted kings, dignitaries, and eminent personalities from all over the world, and it is recognized as a global leader in hospitality. The Taj Mahal Palace is within walking distance from Colaba Causeway, known for its touristy tiny roadside shops, and is strategically located in Mumbai’s prime historical and commercial hub.
Next, it is time to visit the famous marketplaces for one of the best food tours in Mumbai, which have the essence of British architecture and modern food choices. We will tour the Crawford market, Bhendi Bazar, Churchgate, Colaba, and Marine Lines for a food-tasting tour of Mumbai.
When in Mumbai, you must taste the Masala Chai served warm in small cups; authentic masala chai, made from black tea brewed with a flavorful blend of Indian herbs and spices like cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, and ginger, is the perfect pick-me-up. It is served at tea stalls on Mohammad Ali Road, close to the famous Crawford Market.
A must-visit place for the delicious, warm, and mouth-melting kheema pav at Gulshan-e-Iran. The minced mutton/chicken is cooked in authentic Indian herbs and spices and served with freshly baked pav pan-sizzled with butter, chutney, and some onions.
Your food tour in Mumbai is incomplete without tasting the grilled ready-to-devour kebabs; these little pieces are made with barbequed mutton with a host of spices and served warm with pickled onions and chutney. The mouth-watering halwa paratha is an exciting combination of sweet and savory flavors made with maida, ghee, and semolina and is a famous street food in Mumbai.
Time for a Mughlai Indian version of a cold dessert made with vermicelli, milk, ice cream, and rose syrup. Badshah in Crawford Market is a pure vegetarian joint that has been around for 110 years; you can have fresh juices, falooda, and pav bhaji at Badshah. Your food tour is incomplete without the vada pav, the humble vada pav that is a comforting food for the people of Mumbai. We’ll end our Mumbai street food tour with the vada pav; spicy deep-fried potato patties served in soft white pav.
Our Mumbai street food tour cannot accommodate certain dietary restrictions due to creating a well-balanced and thoughtful gastronomic experience. Please get in touch with us before booking your tour to see if we can accommodate your dietary requirements.
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Bite by bite, and explore the culinary diversity of Mumbai.
We believe that food has always been a powerful force that brings families, friends, and strangers together. With so much of Mumbai’s daily life centered on food and busyness, Magical Mumbai Tours broadens not only your travel experience and cultural understanding but also your taste buds! We focused our desire to share our travel experiences on a food-based, full-featured tour. So book a Mumbai City Tour tour today on our website for a seamless process.
– Why is Mumbai famous for its food?
Mumbai truly is a melting pot of not just cultures but also cuisines. The cultural diversity of Mumbai brings different types of cuisines that suit the city’s hustle and bustle. Mumbai food tour is ruled by vada pav, halwa puri, and kebabs and influenced by several cuisines from the Mughal era, oriental and western cuisines.
– What is the most famous street food in Mumbai?
The Vada Pav, a deep-fried potato fritter eaten with bread called pav, is the most well-known food in Mumbai. Your visit to the best food stall serving the comforting vada pav, Mumbai’s most well-known dish, will be part of a Mumbai street food tour arranged by Magical Mumbai Tours.
– What food items should you try in Mumbai?
The best Mumbai street food tour will feature dishes like Vada pav, Kebabs, chaats, and kulfi for sweet lovers. Mumbai food is affordable and irresistible to the palate. Try the juices and milkshakes at the well-known Haji Ali juice center for cool refreshments and masala chai at chai stalls in Crawford market.
– Which street is famous for street food in Mumbai?
Mumbai is thrilling chaos with diverse people and diverse food. The food-tasting tour of Mumbai caters to all tastes across the many iconic streets, like the Mohammed Ali Road, Khau Galli in South Mumbai, and the Crawford Market.
– What food is famous in Mumbai?
It would help if you bit into the famous snack of Mumbai, the vada pav, pav bhaji, and kheema pav. The food tour in Mumbai will include Haji Ali Juice center is famous for juices and milkshakes, and the iconic Badshah food joint serves the best faloodas.
– Why is vada pav famous in Mumbai?
Vada pav has gained popularity amongst the masses for reasons that it is convenient to eat and easy to make. There are many cult vada pav stalls in Mumbai, and there is a constant argument over which is the best. The Mumbai food tour will take you to one of the most well-known in Dadar, S Vile Parle, and outside Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus.
– What sweet is famous in Mumbai?
Best food tours in Mumbai bring you to the famous places that serve sweet delicacies, like the falooda from Badshah and kulfi in some unique flavors. You can also indulge in jalebis, gulab jamuns, and phrenic.