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New Delhi: Half-Day Cooking Adventure with Local Family

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Delhi, India

  • Activities

    Cooking Tour, Lifestyle

  • Price
    $57 USD per person
  • Duration

    4 hours

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Daily

  • Starting Location

    Meet at Café Coffee Day M-37, 1st Floor, M Block, Connaught Circus, New Delhi, Delhi 110048

  • Price Includes

    Visit to a local family; Home cooked vegetarian dinner; Cooking demonstration; Chai (Indian masala tea) making workshop; Snacks, water and masala tea; Pick-up, drop off and transfer to meeting place by public transport; English-speaking guide

  • Notes

    What's Not Included: Anything not listed in "what's included"

Highlights

  • Join a New Delhi family and learn to cook delicious pakoras, Indian chai tea and more
  • Visit the home of a local household to experience Indian culture up-close
  • Learn about the vegetarian cuisine of North India
  • Dress up in colorful saris and turbans for more fun

Trip Info

Join a New Delhi family and learn to cook delicious pakoras, Indian chai tea and more on a 4-hour cooking demonstration and dinner at a local household. Dress up in colorful saris, or turbans for men, and experience Indian culture up-close.

Explore the vegetarian culinary scene of North India on this 4-hour cooking demonstration and dinner with a local New Delhi family, and experience Indian culture up-close-and-personal.

You will start your tour from a central city location, where a guide will meet you and assist with public transportation to the home of your hosts. Here, you will get a traditional Indian welcome, before being invited into the kitchen to learn to make chai (Indian masala tea).

You will also prepare and cook authentic pakoras, chutney, and even try to hand roll chapattis. The guide will be on hand to act as interpreter between you and family members for added assistance should it be needed.

To add to the fun, you can dress in traditional Indian saris (for women) and turbans (for men). Once everything is ready, it’s time to sit down to a delicious family dinner, including a tasty Indian dessert. Your guide will take you back to the start point, or can arrange a tuk-tuk or taxi if you prefer.

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