Discover the delicious cuisine of the Maharashtra region during this small-group tasting tour through Pune. Stroll through the streets of Old Town Pune in search of local dishes from historic establishments. Sample street foods such as chat, spicy samosas, wada bav, and dabeli without worrying about getting Delhi belly. Learn about the food culture of Pune and get insider tips on other places to eat and drink from your guide.
Walk through the most famous eateries of Pune to sample their iconic dishes.A cultural evangelist will help you experience the culture of Pune through its food.Listen to stories about the different food, their origins and learn about the traditions of the region
Dine with a local to learn about Gujarati cuisine during this hands-on cooking class. Learn to make some typical Indian dishes, then sit down and feast on your hard work. Your chef guide will provide commentary on Pune's history, culture, and cuisine as you dine.
Pune, considered to be the cultural capital of Maharashtra and an education hub, is a fast growing city with students from different parts of the country and major offices of Indian and foreign corporates. It is a melting pot of cultures and that is reflected in its varied food scene. Here is an opportunity to interact with a local family and understand the local way of life, learn some tips and tricks of Indian cooking and enjoy a hearty authentic Indian meal with the family.Home-chef Nishi is a Rajasthani who moved to Pune after her marriage. She loves cooking authentic Rajasthani food and takes pride in her culture. You can join her for a cooking class where she will teach you to make some tasty Rajasthani dishes following which you can enjoy a dining experience.The whole experience will last for about 2-4 hours.
Walk through the most famous food street of Pune & taste local eats like misal pav, vada pav, bakarwadi & sabudana vada.Listen to stories about the different food, their origins and learn about the traditions of the regionA cultural evangelist will help you experience the culture of Pune through its food.
Nashik is known as the ancient holy city based in northwest Maharashtra. Home to the Kumbh Mela, held once every 12 years on the banks of river Godavari is an abode for many people who come to pray. Nashik is also known as the ‘Wine capital of India’. There is a lot to this city in terms of the culture, temples and more. The best way for you to learn more about Nashik while having a good time would be by talking to a local.Meet home-chef Ritu who is a passionate cook and loves hosting people and conducting cooking classes. She has moved from Mumbai a few years back and is well settled in Nashik. Join her at her beautiful home for an interactive cooking and dining experience.This entire experience will last for 2-4 hours.
The cultural capital of Maharashtra- Pune, has a lot to offer in terms of diversity, people, cuisines and much more. The best way to learn more about the culture and place is to explore a completely new cuisine. Learn about the Andhra cuisine with the help of a local in Pune.Homechef Hema is a pure vegetarian, loves to cook and wants to promote the Andhra Brahmin cuisine which very few people know about. Join her at her home in Kalyani Nagar for a cooking demo on the Andhra cuisine followed by a delicious meal.The whole experience will last for about 2-4 hours.
Apart from being known as one of the holy ancient cities, Nashik is also known for hosting the infamous Kumbh Mela which is held once in 12 years. It is also known as the 'Wine capital of India'.There is alot to experience in this city in terms of the culture, temples, and more. The best way to learn and experience more about Nashik while enjoying yourself would be by interacting with a local.Meet home-chef Muneera, who is a local in Nashik from the Bohri community. She is very passionate about cooking and loves having people over for a meal. Join her for a cooking class where you will get to learn some amazing Bohri dishes which will be followed by a meal. You will also learn how to enjoy the meal in the traditional Bohri way, by sitting around a steel plate called the Thaal. The food is served course wise starting with a sweet dish followed by a savory dish, followed by main course!This entire experience will last for 2-4 hours.
This 3 hour private tour takes you to a cheese tasting experience in a 40 years old farm in Pune spread over 27 acres. This experience includes a guided tour of the organic cheese processing facility. The activity ends with a cheese tasting session which includes 10 different kinds of cheese produced in house while an expert guides you on the nuances of cheese tasting and how different varieties are processed.
There is so much to experience in the cultural capital of Maharashtra, Pune. From palaces, museums, parks, zoos and different temples to a thriving food scene. Pune is a cosmopolitan city and the best way to experience its true essence would be to interact with a local and understand more about the culture and cuisine.Join home-chef Vinita at her home in Pune and learn more about the Rajasthani cuisine. She has been cooking for many years and loves to host and meet new people. Join her for an authentic Rajasthani cooking experience, followed by a scrumptious meal. The whole experience will last for about 2-4 hours.
Taste the cornucopia of gastronomic delights in Pune during this small-group food walking tour. Join a group of no more than 15 as you sample delicacies like ‘mawa’ cakes, mango ‘mastani,’ ‘wada paw,’ wine biscuits, ginger soda, and much more. You’ll sample these foodstuffs during stops at some of Pune’s historic local eateries.
The cultural capital of the state of Maharashtra, Pune has a lot to experience and offer. Home to some good universities and large corporate head offices, Pune is a melting pot of different cultures and cuisines! And the best way to get to understand the local fabric of the place would be to interact with a local and enjoy a scrumptious meal.Join home-chef Kala for an authentic Kerala experience. Kala, a Pallakkad native born and brought up in Pune cooks up the most delicious 'south Indian' dishes. You can join her for a cooking session and learn some tricks of preparing simple Indian dishes at home and indulge in a homely dining experience.The whole experience will last for about 2-4 hours.
Pune the second largest city in Maharashtra after Mumbai is historically and culturally rich giving the essence of the Maratha and Peshwa culture. For centuries it has been the major destination for authentic Maharashtrian dishes and cuisine. From street food to luxury hotels, this city is one stop to savor authentic taste buds.The lanes filled with stalls and shops serving hot and spicy food are something every foodie will want to experience. Indulge in these 2 hours of walking tour specially designed to enable our guests to explore these places, dishes and cherish the taste forever.Interact with these local vendors and get to know the preparation of these dishes to try at home and not miss the taste of these dishes. Try 5 dishes of your choice and enjoy the experience with us.