Featured guest review:
‘We had a fabulous time on our small group tour around the Melbourne CBD, trying Indian food and visiting a spice shop. Both the spice shop and one of the restaurants I would have walked past many times and not realised they were there. Himanshi was a wonderful guide, full of stories and extensive information about India. I would highly recommend this tour.’ MissApples
- Enjoy a progressive-style lunch of exotic Indian fare
- Experience the flavours of different Indian regions
- Learn about the use of spices in Indian cooking
- Sample amazing Indian desserts
- Maximum group size: 10.
- Guided small group walking tour
- Services of a local guide with expert commentary
- Generous tastings of authentic Indian dishes at three CBD eateries
- Guided visit to an Indian spice and grocery store.
Adults: AUD $125pp
Children (0 to 12 years): AUD $55pp
Concession: AUD $115pp
What you can expect
This fun, informative and very relaxed Indian Flavours of Melbourne Food Walking Tour is the perfect introduction to the city’s wonderful Indian culture and diverse cuisine.
The tour begins in the city where your expert guide will talk you through the fascinating history of how the local Indian community was established. Through this commentary you’ll gain an understanding of how cuisines from many parts of India came to Australia and the role they play in the modern Melbourne culinary landscape. [More]
On this Indian Flavours of Melbourne Food Walking Tour you’ll visit three eateries in the CBD to enjoy a progressive-style lunch of shared plates, including regional specialties from Southern India and Punjab. You’ll also learn about the different spices used in Indian cooking, as you pay a visit to an authentic Indian grocery store.
Along with the generous tastings that comprise lunch on this Indian Flavours of Melbourne Food Walking Tour, you’ll also be given the opportunity to try some fabulous traditional desserts to round out the meal.
Neonawalkabout (29/11/2017) – Via TripAdvisor
This walking tour was good, with just the right amount of walking between venues. The food information was interesting, and I liked visiting the shops and looking around between the food venues. The atmosphere was relaxed and the variety of food was great. I tried things I would generally never order. All in all, it was a good day out!
Sahni L (16/11/2017) – Via TripAdvisor
I was gifted a lone ticket for this tour, so I was a little nervous but was soon chatting to people in the group easily. We first went to have some brunch at a little cafe where all the food was explained. It was delicious. Then we went on to a grocer where we basically took over the shop while the guide behind the counter explained all the foods and spices. As we walked to the next restaurant, we started discussing pop culture in India, the different languages, clothing, furniture and anything else you can think of! Our guide Epsy was great and there was more food than I could eat. Dietary requirements were happily catered for and the food did not stop coming until everyone said stop!
MissApples (10/11/2015) – Via TripAdvisor
We had a fabulous time on our small group tour around the Melbourne CBD, trying Indian food and visiting a wonderful spice shop. Both the spice shop and one of the restaurants I would have walked past many times and not realised they were there. Himanshi was a wonderful guide, full of stories and extensive information about India. I would highly recommend this tour.
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