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Dastarkhawan: A Muslim fine-dining experience
The word Dastarkhawan, whose origins trace to Central Asian and Middle East, denotes the traditional eating area where Indian Muslims have their food. It may in a broad sense include the tablecloth on which the food is laid out on. A Dastarkhawan may be spread on the table or the floor of a home or in an open area. The food on a Dastarkhawan may range from something as simple as tea with slices of bread to an elaborate cuisine running up to 10 courses. This can comprise of a welcome drink, starters, main course and desserts.

Some of the delicacies on the Dastarkhawan can be relished in traditional Muslim homes and not in restaurants.

Join us as we provide you a sneak preview into the traditional food fit for a Sultan (King). We offer you Muslim cuisine from many parts of India like Awadhi, Mughlai, Kutchi, Bengali, Hyderabadi, Bengaluri, Bhatkali etc.
Category: Food tour; Non-vegetarian.
Time: 7:00 pm onward, 2 hours' duration. 
Location: MM road & Mosque road in Fraser town.
Cost: Please see rates at the end of this page.
Bookings: Min. 4 persons; 2 days' prior booking.


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Pettah Food Walk
On this food walk we take guests on a journey across the old ‘Petta’ or City. We scoure the streets, lanes & by-lanes within the erstwhile mud fort built by Kempe Gowda I in 1500s in search of the tastiest vegetarian delicacies of Bengaluru. Some of the bakeries and restaurants here are nearly 100-year old. These food joints have die-hard foodies flocking despite the traffic chaos that plague the area. In between bites of food, we give some bytes of the local history too.

Our first stop is a legendary sweetmeat store which doles out the best Kashi Halwa in town apart from other delicious sweets and savouries. Next up we gorge on some tasty Kesari Baat at another famous joint nearby. Further down the road, we stop at a place famous for its dosas which some say might be the best in the whole of Bengaluru. Here we get to meet the owner & hear his ‘tea boy to restaurant owner’ story.

If your hunger is not yet satiated come along us to another 100-year old bakery and sample some amazing naans (Indian wheat bread) and khatais. The grand finale is an idli (steamed rice cakejoint where the idlis literally float in the chutney water.
We end the walk by with some nice parting gifts to you.
Category: Food walk; Pure vegetarian.
Time: 11:30 am onward, 3 hours' duration.
Location: Avenue Road.
Cost: Please see rates at the end of this page.

Bookings: Min. 4 persons; 2 days' prior booking.


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Evening Snacks at Chamrajapet
Not many know about the iconic eateries in the Chamarajapet and Shankarpuram area of Bengaluru. In this walk we take guests to sample the best chaats (Indian fast food) in this part of town as well as other delicacies like idlis, vadas, dosas, etc. The walk starts from an iconic eatery which is more of a hole-in-wall kind of outlet doling out probably the best idlis and vadas in Bangalore. Post this we stop at a legendary eatery that offers chaats. We end the walk with the best dosas & rice baat from another small eatery close-by. 
Category: Food walk; Pure vegetarian.
Time: 4:30 pm onward, 3 hours' duration.
Location: Chamarajapet and Shankarpuram. 
Cost: Please see rates at the end of this page.
Bookings: Min. 4 persons; 2 days' prior booking.


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Lunch in VV Puram
Everyone knows Vishweshwara Puram for its famous Thindi Beedi (thindi=breakfast, beedi=lane) as well as the VB Bakery. We make our guests aware of trivia like the full name of "VB" Bakery as well as educate them on some of the iconic places to have a nice lunch or a snack, in this area. We introduce you to some of the best eating options in this area which is a vegetarian’s heaven. After a hearty meal we take you to the most iconic bakery in this part of town to sample its delicacies. In between bites, we also give you some bytes about the local culture & history.
Category: Food walk; Pure vegetarian.
Time: 11:30 am onward, 3 hours' duration.
Location: Vishweshwara Puram (VV Puram).
Cost: Please see rates at the end of this page.
Bookings: Min. 4 persons; 2 days' prior booking.

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Basavanagudi Breakfast
On a food walk, it is said, only the food should do the talking. And that sets the ground rule for this exclusive vegetarian food walk. Come, taste some delicious khali dosa, neer dosa, set dosa, chow chow baat, damrot, idli, poori-sagu, vada, rava idli, rava vada, nippattu etc between sips of Mysore tea & south Indian filter coffee. If this doesn't satisfy your hunger, you can always grab a Davangere  benne dosa, a sagu masala dosa or a puliyogere.

As for the names of the outlets, our lips are tied. Come join this walk and discover the best places to grab a veg. breakfast in this part of town.

Combine your early morning with a breakfast at some of the iconic and heritage food spots in ‘Namma Basavanagudi’.
Category: Food walk; Pure vegetarian.
Time: 7:30 am onward, 3 hours' duration.
Location: Basavanagudi. 
Cost: Please see rates at the end of this page.
Bookings: Min. 4 persons; 2 days' prior booking.​


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'Spare parts' Food Walk in Shivajinagar
This food walk is set in Shivajinagar, amongst the oldest residential areas of Bengaluru. This bustling neighbourhood place is a heaven for die-hard lovers of non-vegetarian delicacies. It is synonymous with exotic delicacies like paya soup (lamb trotters), boti (lamb intestines), bheja (lamb brain) apart from other specialities like biryani, sheekh kebabs, teetar, rolls, kheema samosas.

We take our guests on a roller-coaster of a food walk, giving them the opportunity to taste food from a few iconic eateries in this area apart from some new ones. Hidden in the narrow lanes and by-lanes here are eateries that serve the tastiest of non-vegetarian delicacies, which we intend to introduce to our guests. In between bites we also sip a few cups of Sulaimani chai, regular chai & if available the harira (grounded almonds' shake). The desserts include egg pudding and muzzafar, among others. 
Join us and be ready to eat till you drop on this walk!
Category: Food walk; Non-vegetarian.
Time: 4:30 pm onward, 3 hours' duration.
Location: Shivaji Nagar.
Cost: Please see rates at the end of this page.
Bookings: Min. 4 persons; 2 days' prior booking.


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'Rolls' and 'Rice' walk
Join us at the best place in Bengaluru's iconic Cantonment to grab a succulent roll and the tastiest of biryanis.
On this walk we exclusively sample some of the best rolls, in this part of town at least. The chicken or mutton filling might be wrapped in a pita bread or rumali roti. You will relish the taste of these as we go to 3 - 4 eateries. 
In between bites of rolls and bytes of the local history, we get some free 'gyaan' about the biryani, its origins, types and methods. And yes, indeed you also get to taste 3 - 4 varieties of biryani like the Bhatkali, Dakhni, Hyderabadi and Cutchi among others. To make the deal sweeter for you, we also get you some sumptuous desserts- khubani ka meetha, muzzaffar, khoya naan and halwa puri.
Category: Food walk; Non-vegetarian.
Time: 4:30 pm onward, 3 hours' duration.
Location: Shivaji Nagar.
Cost: Please see rates at the end of this page.
Bookings: Min. 4 persons; 2 days' prior booking.


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Biryani at the Akhada

Category: Food walk; Non-vegetarian.
Time: ONLY ON FRIDAYS @ 2:00 pm, 1.5 hours' duration.

Restrictions: Not suitable for ladies.
Location: Shivaji Nagar.
Cost: Please see rates at the end of this page.​
Bookings: Min. 4 persons; 2 days' prior booking.


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Rates for customised food walks:
 1) 1 - 2 persons : INR 2,500/- per head
 2) 3 - 4 persons : INR 2,000/- per head
 3) 5 - 9 persons : INR 1,500/- per head
 4) 10 - 15 persons: INR 1,000/- per head




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