Review of Indian Food Tours in Delhi

““Great way to see Delhi!” 31 March 2015
My family (wife and 5-year-old daughter) recently did a half day food tour of Old Delhi and had a wonderful experience. We love Indian food and were eager to try the famous Indian “”street food.”” This tour was a perfect way to try a variety of authentic foods in carefully selected local hotspots that have been serving their unique food for generations. Our guide was very knowledgeable and eager to share his knowledge of the city’s culinary culture and history. It was also a great way to see a part of the city that we otherwise would not have seen. We have done food tours in several cities around the world and this was definitely one of the best. We definitely recommend Indian Food tours for your visit to Delhi! http://www.tripadvisor.in/ShowUserReviews-g304551-d3879008-r262734463-Indian_Food_Tours_in_Delhi-New_Delhi_National_Capital_Territory_of_Delhi.html#CHECK_RATES_CONT”
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““Great way to see Delhi!” 31 March 2015
My family (wife and 5-year-old daughter) recently did a half day food tour of Old Delhi and had a wonderful experience. We love Indian food and were eager to try the famous Indian “”street food.”” This tour was a perfect way to try a variety of authentic foods in carefully selected local hotspots that have been serving their unique food for generations. Our guide was very knowledgeable and eager to share his knowledge of the city’s culinary culture and history. It was also a great way to see a part of the city that we otherwise would not have seen. We have done food tours in several cities around the world and this was definitely one of the best. We definitely recommend Indian Food tours for your visit to Delhi! http://www.tripadvisor.in/ShowUserReviews-g304551-d3879008-r262734463-Indian_Food_Tours_in_Delhi-New_Delhi_National_Capital_Territory_of_Delhi.html#CHECK_RATES_CONT”

Review of Indian Food Tours in Delhi

““Great way to see Delhi!” 31 March 2015
My family (wife and 5-year-old daughter) recently did a half day food tour of Old Delhi and had a wonderful experience. We love Indian food and were eager to try the famous Indian “”street food.”” This tour was a perfect way to try a variety of authentic foods in carefully selected local hotspots that have been serving their unique food for generations. Our guide was very knowledgeable and eager to share his knowledge of the city’s culinary culture and history. It was also a great way to see a part of the city that we otherwise would not have seen. We have done food tours in several cities around the world and this was definitely one of the best. We definitely recommend Indian Food tours for your visit to Delhi! http://www.tripadvisor.in/ShowUserReviews-g304551-d3879008-r262734463-Indian_Food_Tours_in_Delhi-New_Delhi_National_Capital_Territory_of_Delhi.html#CHECK_RATES_CONT”
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““Great way to see Delhi!” 31 March 2015
My family (wife and 5-year-old daughter) recently did a half day food tour of Old Delhi and had a wonderful experience. We love Indian food and were eager to try the famous Indian “”street food.”” This tour was a perfect way to try a variety of authentic foods in carefully selected local hotspots that have been serving their unique food for generations. Our guide was very knowledgeable and eager to share his knowledge of the city’s culinary culture and history. It was also a great way to see a part of the city that we otherwise would not have seen. We have done food tours in several cities around the world and this was definitely one of the best. We definitely recommend Indian Food tours for your visit to Delhi! http://www.tripadvisor.in/ShowUserReviews-g304551-d3879008-r262734463-Indian_Food_Tours_in_Delhi-New_Delhi_National_Capital_Territory_of_Delhi.html#CHECK_RATES_CONT”

Review of Indian Food Tours in Delhi

““Fantastic day!” Reviewed 4 April 2015
Thank you Raj for an amazing day in the thick of this intriguing city! The food, sites, and company were second to none and I highly recommend this tour for anyone who has a taste for amazing street side dining, and is keen for a good laugh along the way. Awesome start to an Indian adventure! Andy http://www.tripadvisor.in/ShowUserReviews-g304551-d3879008-r263576197-Indian_Food_Tours_in_Delhi-New_Delhi_National_Capital_Territory_of_Delhi.html#CHECK_RATES_CONT”
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““Fantastic day!” Reviewed 4 April 2015
Thank you Raj for an amazing day in the thick of this intriguing city! The food, sites, and company were second to none and I highly recommend this tour for anyone who has a taste for amazing street side dining, and is keen for a good laugh along the way. Awesome start to an Indian adventure! Andy http://www.tripadvisor.in/ShowUserReviews-g304551-d3879008-r263576197-Indian_Food_Tours_in_Delhi-New_Delhi_National_Capital_Territory_of_Delhi.html#CHECK_RATES_CONT”

Review of Indian Food Tours in Delhi

““Great way to see real Delhi” 16 April 2015
We were recommended this tour by a friend who had taken part previously. We thoroughly enjoyed it, especially the food. We were part of a very small group so we learnt a lot about each place we went. Jaidev, our guide, was superb and extremely knowledgeable of Delhi, and even sent us an email afterwards with very useful foody suggestions for our next stop in Jaipur. One thing I would advise people to do is avoid Sundays as we missed out on a few places that were closed, but overall a really enjoyable experience. http://www.tripadvisor.in/ShowUserReviews-g304551-d3879008-r265978769-Indian_Food_Tours_in_Delhi-New_Delhi_National_Capital_Territory_of_Delhi.html#CHECK_RATES_CONT”
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““Great way to see real Delhi” 16 April 2015
We were recommended this tour by a friend who had taken part previously. We thoroughly enjoyed it, especially the food. We were part of a very small group so we learnt a lot about each place we went. Jaidev, our guide, was superb and extremely knowledgeable of Delhi, and even sent us an email afterwards with very useful foody suggestions for our next stop in Jaipur. One thing I would advise people to do is avoid Sundays as we missed out on a few places that were closed, but overall a really enjoyable experience. http://www.tripadvisor.in/ShowUserReviews-g304551-d3879008-r265978769-Indian_Food_Tours_in_Delhi-New_Delhi_National_Capital_Territory_of_Delhi.html#CHECK_RATES_CONT”

Review of Indian Food Tours in Delhi

““Why would you not do this while in Delhi??!”
If I had not seen the Taj Mahal during this trip, this food tour would easily be the best part of our stay in India.
There are other food tours in India but based on TripAdvisor reviews I settled on this one. I also liked their website. So ordering is pretty easy, you pay online. I was a little nervous about doing that but after the experience there is really no reason for that. I selected Food Tour in Old Delhi because I know we probably would not be able to navigate that part of Delhi on our own. It was $200 USD for 2 people. The company said that if we add New Delhi to the tour, it would add about 1.5-2 hours but same cost so we did that. You know, because we love love to eat. So why not? I ordered mine 2 months in advance so communication was a little off in the beginning. I started getting nervous when I would not get response from the company via email. I called their number and did not get a hold of anybody. So just sharing my experience in case this happens to you. But then again I am little obsessive compulsive so take this with a grain of salt LOL. In the end however it did not matter because everything turned out perfectly. We got picked up from our Delhi hotel. The driver knew very little English and we were wary of getting into some stranger’s car. But he showed us his cell phone with message from the company and our names, so that was fine. We picked up another lady from another hotel and that made it even more legit, and made us felt better. http://www.tripadvisor.in/ShowUserReviews-g304551-d3879008-r267734799-Indian_Food_Tours_in_Delhi-New_Delhi_National_Capital_Territory_of_Delhi.html#CHECK_RATES_CONT
We met our tour guide Jaidev later and he rode in the car with us to Old Delhi. So you have to be prepared for Old Delhi. For me, it is exactly the kind of place I just love to visit. Old, not the cleanest, chaotic, colorful, historic and full of life. If you are not the adventurous kind this may not be the tour for you. We just LOVED the whole experience! It was Sunday so a lot of shops in the market were closed but it was still so many people and shops. I can only imagine what it is like when they are all open! We also visited the Spice market. We tasted so many foods, visited so many food stands. Sometimes it was just one person cooking food. We went to some restaurants also. We rode a bicycle cab throughout Old Delhi as that made the most sense in light of the crazy traffic. We walked everywhere, discovered little gems, spaces, alleys, neighborhoods. Amazing! Jaidev was so knowledgeable and navigated everything perfectly. He had hand sanitizer so hygience and food safety was also a priority. By the way, we never got sick from any of the food. No Delhi belly! We also stopped at Sikh temple (Bangla) where they feed the homeless and got to see people cooking in the kitchen. That was really great. We then drove to New Delhi and tasted more food. I love Indian food so this whole tour was just heaven. Although be forewarned.. you will be really really full. Try not to finish the dishes you sample.. this will allow for maximum tastings LOL. Then we were dropped off at our hotel. Jaidev didn’t even take our tip! We did tip the driver. Anyways, I HIGHLY recommend this walking food tour. We learned so much, saw so many things, and ate the best food. What an amazing experience! “
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““Why would you not do this while in Delhi??!”
If I had not seen the Taj Mahal during this trip, this food tour would easily be the best part of our stay in India.
There are other food tours in India but based on TripAdvisor reviews I settled on this one. I also liked their website. So ordering is pretty easy, you pay online. I was a little nervous about doing that but after the experience there is really no reason for that. I selected Food Tour in Old Delhi because I know we probably would not be able to navigate that part of Delhi on our own. It was $200 USD for 2 people. The company said that if we add New Delhi to the tour, it would add about 1.5-2 hours but same cost so we did that. You know, because we love love to eat. So why not? I ordered mine 2 months in advance so communication was a little off in the beginning. I started getting nervous when I would not get response from the company via email. I called their number and did not get a hold of anybody. So just sharing my experience in case this happens to you. But then again I am little obsessive compulsive so take this with a grain of salt LOL. In the end however it did not matter because everything turned out perfectly. We got picked up from our Delhi hotel. The driver knew very little English and we were wary of getting into some stranger’s car. But he showed us his cell phone with message from the company and our names, so that was fine. We picked up another lady from another hotel and that made it even more legit, and made us felt better. http://www.tripadvisor.in/ShowUserReviews-g304551-d3879008-r267734799-Indian_Food_Tours_in_Delhi-New_Delhi_National_Capital_Territory_of_Delhi.html#CHECK_RATES_CONT
We met our tour guide Jaidev later and he rode in the car with us to Old Delhi. So you have to be prepared for Old Delhi. For me, it is exactly the kind of place I just love to visit. Old, not the cleanest, chaotic, colorful, historic and full of life. If you are not the adventurous kind this may not be the tour for you. We just LOVED the whole experience! It was Sunday so a lot of shops in the market were closed but it was still so many people and shops. I can only imagine what it is like when they are all open! We also visited the Spice market. We tasted so many foods, visited so many food stands. Sometimes it was just one person cooking food. We went to some restaurants also. We rode a bicycle cab throughout Old Delhi as that made the most sense in light of the crazy traffic. We walked everywhere, discovered little gems, spaces, alleys, neighborhoods. Amazing! Jaidev was so knowledgeable and navigated everything perfectly. He had hand sanitizer so hygience and food safety was also a priority. By the way, we never got sick from any of the food. No Delhi belly! We also stopped at Sikh temple (Bangla) where they feed the homeless and got to see people cooking in the kitchen. That was really great. We then drove to New Delhi and tasted more food. I love Indian food so this whole tour was just heaven. Although be forewarned.. you will be really really full. Try not to finish the dishes you sample.. this will allow for maximum tastings LOL. Then we were dropped off at our hotel. Jaidev didn’t even take our tip! We did tip the driver. Anyways, I HIGHLY recommend this walking food tour. We learned so much, saw so many things, and ate the best food. What an amazing experience! “

Review of Indian Food Tours in Delhi

“True Delhi!” If you area foodie and only have 12 hours to spent in Delhi then this is most likely the best way to spend it!

On this tour Jaidev allows you to experience real Delhi from a local’s perspective. The food is phenomenal to say the least and you would definitely not just stumble across the places Jaidev brought us to. The tour involved being driven around in Jaidev’s car and also getting the odd ‘Delhi Helicopter’ when streets were narrow and very crowded. This way we got round to all the good spots with relative ease. A lot to be said for that in India! Aside from Jaidev’s wealth of food knowledge he also told us plenty of very interesting non-food facts etc on India/Delhi.
The night after the tour we returned to the family run restaurant that Jaidev brought us to because it was so good. Local, cheap and probably the best meal we had in India!
Out of our three weeks in India, this tour was our highlight – and that includes seeing the Taj 🙂 http://www.tripadvisor.in/ShowUserReviews-g304551-d3879008-r266251329-Indian_Food_Tours_in_Delhi-New_Delhi_National_Capital_Territory_of_Delhi.html#CHECK_RATES_CONT”
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“True Delhi!” If you area foodie and only have 12 hours to spent in Delhi then this is most likely the best way to spend it!

On this tour Jaidev allows you to experience real Delhi from a local’s perspective. The food is phenomenal to say the least and you would definitely not just stumble across the places Jaidev brought us to. The tour involved being driven around in Jaidev’s car and also getting the odd ‘Delhi Helicopter’ when streets were narrow and very crowded. This way we got round to all the good spots with relative ease. A lot to be said for that in India! Aside from Jaidev’s wealth of food knowledge he also told us plenty of very interesting non-food facts etc on India/Delhi.
The night after the tour we returned to the family run restaurant that Jaidev brought us to because it was so good. Local, cheap and probably the best meal we had in India!
Out of our three weeks in India, this tour was our highlight – and that includes seeing the Taj 🙂 http://www.tripadvisor.in/ShowUserReviews-g304551-d3879008-r266251329-Indian_Food_Tours_in_Delhi-New_Delhi_National_Capital_Territory_of_Delhi.html#CHECK_RATES_CONT”

Experience Indian Food: Delhi Food Tour – Lonely Planet

Our food tour gets listed on Lonely Panet

Experience Indian Food: Delhi Food Tour http://www.lonelyplanet.com/india/delhi/activities/food-drink/experience-indian-food-delhi-food-tour

“This food tour of Old Delhi and New Delhi is a great way to explore the cuisines and sights of both parts of Delhi city in one delicious package. In this food tour, we will cover all the major culinary attractions of Old Delhi as well as New Delhi along with visits to a few landmarks of the city.

This food tour is a food walk and city tour in one compact package which is a great thing to do if you have 5-6 hours to spare. The guests discover the culinary delights of Old Delhi and New Delhi from some of the most famous food joints of the city. Some of them have been in business for more than 100 years. In addition to food, the guests also get the chance to see a number of hidden corners of the city which normal tourists don’t really know about. The itinerary and food items included can be tailored to suit the dietary requirements of the guests.

During the food walk, guests visit 8-10 food joints and taste 18-19 different dishes including one full fledged meal at the end. None of the food items included are too spicy but can be made if so desired. In Old Delhi we walk for short distances and use cycle rickshaws for longer distances. Once the guests are finished with Old Delhi, we get in to the car to explore New Delhi and it’s food. During the tour, we also visit a few attractions of the city like the biggest spice market in city, a charitable kitchen feeding thousands of people every day and a few others. This is a perfect introduction to India and Indian cuisines for first time as well as regular visitors.”

#foodtour #foodwalk #delhi #india
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Our food tour gets listed on Lonely Panet

Experience Indian Food: Delhi Food Tour http://www.lonelyplanet.com/india/delhi/activities/food-drink/experience-indian-food-delhi-food-tour

“This food tour of Old Delhi and New Delhi is a great way to explore the cuisines and sights of both parts of Delhi city in one delicious package. In this food tour, we will cover all the major culinary attractions of Old Delhi as well as New Delhi along with visits to a few landmarks of the city.

This food tour is a food walk and city tour in one compact package which is a great thing to do if you have 5-6 hours to spare. The guests discover the culinary delights of Old Delhi and New Delhi from some of the most famous food joints of the city. Some of them have been in business for more than 100 years. In addition to food, the guests also get the chance to see a number of hidden corners of the city which normal tourists don’t really know about. The itinerary and food items included can be tailored to suit the dietary requirements of the guests.

During the food walk, guests visit 8-10 food joints and taste 18-19 different dishes including one full fledged meal at the end. None of the food items included are too spicy but can be made if so desired. In Old Delhi we walk for short distances and use cycle rickshaws for longer distances. Once the guests are finished with Old Delhi, we get in to the car to explore New Delhi and it’s food. During the tour, we also visit a few attractions of the city like the biggest spice market in city, a charitable kitchen feeding thousands of people every day and a few others. This is a perfect introduction to India and Indian cuisines for first time as well as regular visitors.”

#foodtour #foodwalk #delhi #india