Delhi Food Tour with a Local Expert

From £88 pp


6 hours


Delhi Food Tour with a Local Expert

From £88 pp

What You'll Do

Explore the tastes and smells of this exotic city with a local food expert. Experience the very best in both New and Old Delhi for sampling the most authentic and irresistible examples of traditional Delhi cuisine - as decreed by the locals themselves!

You will be picked up from the incredible sight of the Jama Masjid Mosque, one of the largest mosques in India, and led for the next 6 hours on a complete adventure of Delhi’s food scene. You’ll visit between 9 and 11 food vendors, and try as many as 20 different dishes throughout the day, from the staple street food to exquisitely complex dishes.

Expect authentic and delicious food that you would only find in the spots frequented by Delhi locals. During each of these stops you can have a little, or as much, as you like, so skipping breakfast is highly recommended…

Your guide, our local food expert, speaks with flawless English and has a passion for teaching people about the rapidly changing face of food culture in Delhi, as well as the underlying traditions still upheld by the local population today.

The tour finishes up back at the Jama Masjid Mosque.

Your Local Host:

Shailendra Singh

I’ve been in the travel industry for 18 years, and although I’m an economics graduate I was bitten by the travel bug and have led tour groups in many different parts of the world, from many different nationalities.

I’ve led tours across India and many different parts of the subcontinent, and in doing so have learned so m Read More

Location Information

Depature from Jama Masjid Mosque Gate Number 5.

Return to Connaught Place (Although the end point will depend on the guests’ appetite – your guide will coordinate with your driver accordingly).

  • Vegetarian and non-vegetarian food. 12-15 dishes from 9-11 different locations
  • Rickshaw and e-Rickshaw rides around the city
  • Market visits - including the spice market, flower market, wedding markets and much more
  • Sampling local delicacies in Luytens city
  • A visit to the Gurudwara Bangla Sahib Kitchen
  • Hand wipes, sanitizer, bottled water, etc.