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Mumbai- A foodie tale from the city of Dreams
Mumbai, is known as the “City of Dreams” because of a variety of reasons, one reason being the assortment of food that one will find in the city!
Undoubtedly Mumbai is one of those few Indian cities, which specialise in as many vegetarian dishes as non-vegetarian! From traditional dishes, to zesty sea food, to millions of street side stalls to defeat the hunger demon, Mumbai has got you covered. True that they love their fries a bit too much, but they have food for everybody and for every taste.
A normal Mumbai household will never be able to do without vegetarian dishes like vegetable pulao, masala bhaat, moong dal kichdi, dalimbya, palkachi takatli bhaji, amti, kanda, etc. For the typical non-vegetarian meat loving family, the food includes Dry Bombay duck curry, anda bhurji, kebabs, chicken tikka, butter chicken, bheja fry and kheema pav. Being located along the Western coast, they have a lot of sea food options as well. Fish Koliwada, Tisriya Masala, Prawn Tikki, Chanak Fish Fry, Bangda Tikhale, Surmai fish curry, and Bombil fish fry are just a few traditional fish preparations that they savor.
Snack stalls can be found on every nook and corner of this metropolis. The city has so many varieties of snacks that it’s possible to survive on street food, for days at a stretch! The snack item which has a separate fan base is “Chaat”. Vada Pavs, Aloo Chaat, Dabeli, Pani Puri, Pav Bhaji, Bhel Puri, Dahi Vada, they literally have chaats made out of every food item possible, but never compromising in taste!
The desserts in Mumbai are unique and causes a burst of sweet and tangy flavours inside the mouth. The desserts are neither too sweet and nor too bland . Probably the first Mumbai dessert which comes to everybody’s mind is “Shrikhand”, a sweetened yoghurt dessert flavoured with cardamom, nuts and saffron. Modak, Sheera, Puran Poli, Dry Fruit Kulfi, Gulab Jamuns, Laddoo, Aamras and Chirota are the other desserts which deserve special mention.
So, if you’re in Mumbai and are a foodie, you would definitely want to immerse in the variety of food found throughout the city! From posh 5-star restaurants to tiny road side stalls, there’s food everywhere, for every budget and for every heart.
Pick up: Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai
Drop: Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport, Indore
3 Hours Before Flight Time
This coastal city of India is famous for the triple C’s
If you’re crazy about Bollywood, if even the word “Chaat” brings water to your mouth, if you prefer beaches over mountains, visit Mumbai for your next vacation!
You’ll be amazed to see the amalgamation of scenic beauty and chaos of the populace!
The tour will start post a heavy lunch at one of the iconic restaurants in Mumbai- Britannia and Co. We’ll order their two most reputed dishes- Berry Pulao (their signature dish) and Bombay Duck.
Trip to Mumbai require a mandatory visit to the Juhu Beach. The roads which lead to Juhu Beach are all star studded, because most of the Bollywood Celebrities, actors and Super Stars have their houses located very close to Juhu Chowpatti.
Juhu is probably the most famous beach in Mumbai which attract friends, families, lovers and tourists alike for the beauty of the sea and the repute of the beach.
The rest of the day will be spent at one’s leisure. For the evening, it’s recommended to try Bada Pav and other chaats/ Frankie roll, which are the most popular snack items in Mumbai.
We would visit three of the tourist spots which are quite close to each other in terms of distance- The Hanging Gardens, Mahalaxmi Temple and Haji Ali mosque. We would spend a spiritual morning indeed! Hanging gardens is a small park where most locals visit to take a break from the strenuous daily lives and to enjoy some solace amidst nature.
We would have a vegetarian breakfast, from the restaurants close by.
For lunch we would visit the famous Muslim joint Noor Mohammedi. They make some finger licking good Nalli Nihari.
Post lunch we would visit Bandra Worli Sea Link. Spanning across the arc of Mumbai coastline, this sea link is a wonderful piece of modern infrastructure in the land of dreams.
Any trip is incomplete without shopping for friends and family, keeping this emotion and need in mind we would visit “Chor Bazaar”, which specialize in unique artefacts from the past.
Dinner and the rest of the night would be spent by us in our own comfort zone.
After breakfast today we will reach the airport. From where we will take our flight to Indore.
Once we reach Indore we will be checked into our hotel and the rest of the day can be spent at leisure.
(Overnight at Indore)
After breakfast, we will go for a bit of Indore sightseeing.We will start with the Central Museum or Indore Museum, it has rich range of collection that dates back to 5000 BC. Then we will go to visit the Lal Baag Palace and Rajwada Palace.
Late at night we will visit the Sarafa Bazar, which is the most celebrated foodie landmark of the city of Indore. Stream through its streets, stopping now and then to savour the delectable goods laid out in plain sight. Try the Poha Jalebi or the Sabudana Khichdi or the hearty and filling Bhutte ki Kees. There is a variety of delicacies found here.
(Overnight at Indore)
After a lazy morning, we get going to the Chappan Dukan Street in Indore. This is a street which has 56 shops lined up on both sides of the road. All the shops sell food. Devour yourself in some of the amazingly tasty food items here.
(Overnight at Indore)
After breakfast we will be transferred to the airport for taking our flight back home.