Let me take you to places that locals cherish for an off-the-beaten-path foodie experience of daily life in the everlasting city that you won’t soon forget. What better way to discover the ethnic diversity of New Delhi than this exclusive Gastronomy & History lesson in this varied international culinary tour of Delhi. Take a trip back in time and around the India and see a part of New Delhi you probably didn’t even know existed! In this experience I will present authentic India cuisine and its meaning in a everyday life through tasting the food and drinks of the utmost quality and how it became part of India because of its multi-culture-ism and I will be your local friend who will show you the most fascinating food areas in New Delhi. we will visit 3 to 4 different food joints and try different delicacies with a signature visit to Gurudwara’s ( Sikh temple ) kitchen where thousands of people eat every day for free, we will give you the tour of their Mega kitchen where they prepare food (Langer).The whole point is to get a better understanding of the food and culture of typical Delhi.
I'm Jd a true Delhi-ite and a lover of food. My family have a restaurant since 3 generations(since 1956), so food is my passion. I've been organizing food tours in Delhi for past 5 years. With this experience I will show you Indian cuisine is not limited to curries its more than just curries. You have a better understanding on Indian food and it's culture with this experience.
Momos (Veg/Non-Veg) Shawarma ( Non-Veg / Veg) Stuff Naan with Varieties of curries ( Veg)
Indian Beverages Masala Chai (Indian Tea)
we will use public transport like metro, bus and cabs
We will be in South & Central part of Delhi, our playground for this experience. we will be visiting 3 to 4 food joints (Hidden Gems) & tasting different Indian delicacies and learning stories behind it & then visiting Sikh temple and there mega kitchen & we will also see India gate from outside on our way, by the end of this experience you will have a different perceptive on Delhi & its culture & better understanding of local life of a Delhi-ite
Ladies are requested to dress conservatively. When visiting a temple we have to remove shoes and socks and walk bare foot inside the temple premises. Wear comfortable shoes.