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New Delhi: Half-Day Food Safari Walking Tour

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Delhi, India

  • Activities

    Food Tour, Lifestyle, Sightseeing, Walking Tour

  • Price
    $45 USD per person
  • Duration

    4 hours

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Daily excluding Mondays

  • Starting Location

    Meet at Café Coffee Day, B Block, Radial Road No. 3, Inner Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi, DL 110001

  • Price Includes

    Transportation by public transport from centrally located points in the city and back to the same point; Delhi metro ride; Rickshaw ride; English-speaking guide; Street food tastings (hygienic only); 1 bottle of water

  • Notes

    Anything not mentioned in what's included


  • Taste delicious roadside foods from across India
  • Ride the Delhi Metro and a rickshaw cycle
  • Savor the spices and flavors of street foods, such as panners and pavs
  • Try a shwarma roll in the country where it originated
  • Get expert advice on what to eat and drink from your foodie guide

Trip Info

Sample delicious street food Delhi on a 4-hour walking tour, and ride on the Delhi Metro as well as a rickshaw to feel more like a local. Try tasty treats such as the famous paneer tikka, aloo tikki, kulfi faluda, shwarma rolls, and more.

Join a local food expert for a half-day walking tour of Delhi to sample the city’s diverse range of street foods from roadside vendors, all selected for their commitment to hygiene.

With the help of your knowledgable guide, find all kinds of interesting foods to try at a local bazaar. Your guide will be on hand at all times to explain the unfamiliar dishes, and offer advice on the best food and drinks to try.

Starting at 15:00, take the Delhi Metro to reach the designated station. Then, climb aboard a local rickshaw to cycle to the bazaar. Here you can try some mouthwatering shwarma rolls, a tasty fruit beer, or Bombay’s famous vada pav (spicy potato deep fried and sandwiched in pav buns).

Savor some sublime paneer tikka (marinated and grilled paneer), a Maharashtrian pav bhaji or a pani puri (crisp fried puri bread filled with tamarind chutney, chili, and chaat masala). If you still have space, try a North Indian aloo tikki made from potatoes and various spices, and a summery faluda kulfi drink to wash it down.

Once you are full, your guide will take you back to the central meeting point, or can help organize a tuk-tuk or taxi back to your hotel.

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