Delhi Local – Dining Like the Local’s Do!

Delhi

While Delhi boasts of a fair share of fine dining restaurants and delectable eateries, the best way to truly delve into the secrets of authentic Indian cooking is by visiting the kitchens of a quintessential local home.

Pricing:  $ 53 per person for minimum 2 participants.

Culinary Experience

While Delhi boasts of a fair share of fine dining restaurants and delectable eateries, the best way to truly delve into the secrets of authentic Indian cooking is by visiting the kitchens of a quintessential local home.

What this Tour Consists of
• Hop on to a cycle rickshaw towards the Metro station and head to your host’s home.
• Watch dinner being prepared and gain insights on various family traditions in India.
• A chance to experience an authentic meal with a local family
• Delve into the cultural significance of various Indian dishes
• Explore various traditional spices and cooking methods
• Eat Indian food like it is meant to be eaten! – With your hands.
• Interact with the family for insights in to the daily life over great food and excellent chai!
• At the end of your tour the guide will arrange for a taxi to take you back to the hotel.

Tour Duration: 4 to 5 hours

TOUR STYLE: Local life and culinary

MEETING POINT: Rajiv Chowk Metro Station (We will email you a map and directions)

END POINT: Rajiv Chowk Metro Station

TOUR START/END: Our guide can fix a taxi for you to get back to the hotel or we can also arrange for your pickup and drop from/to your hotel with an extra cost. Please write to us for cost.

TOUR DURATION: 4 - 5 hours

GROUP SIZE: Maximum 6 people and Minimum 2 People

PRICING: All our tours are private

INCLUSIONS: The tour includes a local English speaking guide, dinner and transportation as indicated

EXCLUSIONS: The tour does not include the cost of personal purchases, tips and gratuities

WHEN: This tour is offered at 5PM on all days

WHAT TO WEAR: Since you will be visiting a traditional home, it is recommended that you dress modestly

TOUR NOTES: Please note, the food on the street is delicious but does not meet national or international hygiene standards. Although we only go to very popular places, with good local reputations, these stalls do not cook using bottled water or wash their utensils with it. So eating street food is always risky. If you prefer not to risk it, but still want to see what it’s all about, then at the end of the walk, we can take you to Haldirams where you can try chaats and other popular dishes in safe and hygienic conditions.

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