Street Food Walk – Kabab and Curry Walk

Mohammad Ali road is one of the most important stops on your culinary sojourn in Mumbai. While the stories of vegetarian street food and the influence of the mill culture adorn the backyard of Girgaon, Mohammad Ali Road and Bohri Mohulla have created an insignia of non-vegetarian street food. Skewered Kebabs, spicy curries and colourful sweets dot these areas aplenty.

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The holy precinct of Mumbai Street Food, Mohammad Ali road is one of the most important stops on your culinary sojourn. While the stories of vegetarian street food and the influence of the mill culture adorn the backyard of Girgaon, Mohammad Ali Road and Bohri Mohulla have created an insignia of non-vegetarian street food. Skewered Kebabs, spicy curries and colourful sweets dot these areas aplenty.

A walk through Bohri Mohulla, introduces you to the namesake, Bohra Muslims, a business community that found its way to India from Yemen in the 16th century. Quintessential Bohri delicacies such as the 12 pot curry, sherbets, Chana Batata, Boti Kebab, Seekh Kebab, stalls line up, attracting hungry revellers. Another legendary stop is  Taj Ice-cream – an ice-cream parlour that has been churning handmade ice-cream for over a century.

We then enter the famous hole-in-the-wall restaurant that most Mumbaikars swear by – Noor Mohammadi. Here we will have a tryst with Bollywood and try the ‘Chicken Sanju Baba’, a dish named after the Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt. Finally our last stop would be Minara Masjid, which is a sweet lover’s dream come true. Colourful and flavourful, barfis, delectable ‘Firnis’ to a classic called ‘Aflatoon’, Minara has it all.

You’d be wanting more, but after all that food, we doubt your appetite will allow it! 

Inclusions

  • Private Innova Car
  • Private Explorer
  • Interactions
  • Tasting on a tour

Instructions

  • Timings: 1800 hrs – 2000 hrs (South Mumbai Hotels)
    1730 hrs – 2030 hrs (Central Mumbai Hotels)
    1700 hrs – 2100 hrs (North Mumbai Hotels)
  • Tour Days – All days of the week
  • Best time to visit: All year round
  • Physical Activity: Moderate
  • Special Note: Comfortable walking shoes are a must

Points to be noted

  • The taxes are currently at 5%
  • The taxes might be subject to change
  • All the places we go to are safe to eat are tried and tested for their safety standard, however No Footprints is not responsible for any food related health issues on or after the tour
  • Please give us an update for any allergies in advance, if at all 
  • If you want us to arrange for transport – please call us for costs
  • For high – end luxury cars, please contact our office
  • We do not conduct this tour on the day of the Mumbai Marathon
  • The sequence of the tour is at the discretion of No Footprints and its guide on-ground
  • The Start and End timing can be changed based on the discretion and traffic situations
  • The tour can be cancelled based on the discretion of No Footprints. The partners will be informed in advance of the same

Cancellation Policy

  • We work on a 100% advance payment before the tour
  • This tour is subject to 100% cancellation fee if cancelled in 24 hours or less before the tour schedule
  • This tour is subjected to a 50% cancellation fee if cancelled between 72 hours – 25 hours before the tour scheduled
  • Rescheduling a tour 24 hours or less before a tour will be subjected to a 50% service charge. The tour rescheduling is at the discretion of No Footprints
  • Rescheduling a tour between 72 hours – 25 hours will be subject to a 25% service charge. The tour rescheduling is at the discretion of No Footprints

Additional Services

  • If Starting later in the evening, try the Bohri street food around the area. Most succulent Kebabs, refreshing drinks and the very tasty sweet treats, it’s definitely not a meal for the faint-hearted or the weak-stomached. We also do a night Ramzaan Walk – during the holy month of Ramzaan
  • If you’d like to go for dinner after, you can ask the on-ground guide for recommendations