Delhi and Agra sightseeing and food tour http://foodtourindelhi.com/delhi-and-agra-sightseeing-and-food-tour/ #foodwalk #foodtour
Trip Review from Tripadvisor
REVIEW: I wasn’t acquainted with Indian food at all before visiting the country for the first time. Taking the Food Tour with these guys was an incredible experience. Not only they took me to eat some delicious tradicional dishes as they have shown me every aspect and landmark in Delhi and surroundings. I recommend them, plus the guys are great travel company.
Tour Type: Full Day Delhi Food Tour and Agra Tour Guest Name: André Freire Tour Date : 28th and 30th March 2013 This custom tour was arranged for André Freire covering food and sights in New Delhi, Fatehpur Sikri and Agra.
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Delhi Food Tour for Andy and Sarah Underwood http://foodtourindelhi.com/delhi-food-tour-for-andy-and-sarah-underwood/
REVIEW: The trouble with writing this review is that I want to get over how much good food, fun and excitement this tour provided without spoiling any surprises that you will experience if you book it. I am a greedy englishmen who has been cooking and eating Indian food all of my adult life. I have been lucky to make friends with a great many Indians while living in London for the past 13 years and they have taken me to the best Indian places to be had in the city (and there are many). They were good, really good but the food we had on this tour of old and new Delhi was in a different league.
We had dishes I knew and ones that I didn’t. We had dishes that I thought I knew but I now know different. The lassi, oh my the lassi. I used to be fairly ambivalent towards lassi, now I’m trying to find a local potter to make me a clay mug (you’ll find out) The food alone would have made this a great experience, but in addition to that the company of Rajeev and Jaidev made it all the more special. Their knowledge is encyclopaedic but more than that they were both very warm lads with a great sense of humour. We were out with them for 8.5 hours from when they picked us up from our hotel until when they dropped us back and the time flew by. The last thing to say is please go on this tour. If you do I pretty much guarantee that you will recommend it to everyone else. Have fun and have a light lunch!
#foodwalks #foodtours Tour Type: Full Day Delhi Food Tour. Link Guest Name: Andy and Sarah Underwood Tour Date : 30th October 2013
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Delhi Food Tour with kitchen visit http://foodtourindelhi.com/delhi-food-tour-with-kitchen-visit/
Tour Type: Delhi Food Tour with Kitchen Visit add on. Guest Name: Elise and Regav Tour Date : 29 September 2013 This customized Delhi Food Tour included visiting a few kitchens on request of Regav, a chef from Israel.
REVIEW: Excellent Food Tour With only a quick two days off of work to enjoy India, Rajeev was able to accommodate my last minute request to participate in a food tour. The food tour was incredible and definitely the highlight of my trip! I was able to try numerous delicious street food options while also getting to take in the sights of Delhi. Rajeev and Jaidev were also excellent host. Very highly recommended for any food lover!
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Delhi Food Tour with Judy Pettiford http://foodtourindelhi.com/delhi-food-tour-with-judy-pettiford/
Description of the tour by guest: http://purplefig.blogspot.in/2013/09/delhi-day-one.html
After some toing and froing between our guides we met up with Rajeev and JD from Food Tour in Delhi at about 3.00pm. Exuberant Rajeev and the quieter JD were to lead us through the most extraordinary NINE hour food adventure through some of the oldest (and scariest) parts of Delhi, introducing us to some of the most authentic food tastes and experiences we could never imagine.
It’s now almost 24 hours after we concluded the tour and no gastric upsets yet – so it proved to be a completely successful food experience in every sense!! We set off in rickshaws through the crowded, gridlocked streets and laneways of heritage listed Old Delhi.
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Tour Type: Delhi Food Tour. Link Guest Name: Judy Pettiford family and friends Tour Date : 27 September 2015
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Delhi Food Tour with Nick and Gordon http://foodtourindelhi.com/delhi-food-tour-with-nick-and-gordon/
Tour Date : 3rd January 2016 Tour Type: Delhi Food Tour. Link Guest Names: Nick Johns and Gordon Roper
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New Delhi Food Tour with Alex Fine
Tour Type: Delhi Food Tour Guest Name: Alex Fine Tour Date : 20th October 2013
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Late Evening Delhi Food Tour with Amanda and Nick Ebner
Tour Type: Delhi Food Tour. Link Guest Name: Amanda and Nick Ebner Tour Date : 19th October 2013
We started this food tour late evening by starting in Old Delhi, then visiting a few places in New Delhi including Hauz Khaas, Connaught Place and Chanakyapuri. Food lovers’ paradise in Delhi If you have a single day in Delhi – even a half day! -and do nothing else, TAKE THIS TOUR. As an Indian food enthusiast and adventurous traveler, the Indian Food Tour in Delhi was one of the most enjoyable travel experiences of my entire life. Rajeev and Jaidev were professional, communicative, humorous, friendly, and protective – all the qualities you’d want in tour guides and food experts, especially in a country where street food and culture can be intimidating.
From our first bite of curry in Chandni Chowk to our last late-night beer in New Delhi, this tour was nonstop action, learning, and flavor. We sampled chaat, sniffed and sneezed our way through the spice market, tasted a kebab unlike any other, discovered new Indian breads and curries we’d never tried before in the States, feasted on kulfi fit for a king (truly – the ice cream maker caters royal and celebrity weddings), visited a Sikh temple food kitchen, checked out European-style chicken pastries and artisan chocolate at Connaught Place, and finished up with a laid-back evening at a local live music joint where we heard awesome indie musicians over some spicy french fries.
You truly cannot miss this one-of-a-kind experience – Rajeev tailors everything to YOUR tastes, YOUR preferences and YOUR timeline, meaning the tour can be as short as 5 hours and as long as…all night! You will be able to taste foods you would never try on your own and learn the food and cultural histories of everything you eat – Rajeev is a born-and-bred Delhi food expert, and it shows. If ever we return to Delhi, the first call we’ll make is to Rajeev for a “redux.” Cannot miss! https://www.tripadvisor.in/ShowUserReviews-g304551-d3879008-r182595879-Food_Tour_in_Delhi-New_Delhi_National_Capital_Territory_of_Delhi.html#
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