• Location: Agra, India
  • Duration: 90 minutes (approx.)
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Become more familiar with Indian cuisine, and enlighten your taste buds on this private, 1.5-hour food tour in Agra. The menus in Indian eateries are full of such delicious selections, but to a newbie, the numerous options can seem intimidating at first. With help from your very knowledgeable guide, voyage to some of the most popular food spots in India, and taste delectable treats along the way. Plus at the end of your tour, take home a sweet pumpkin dessert that originated in the city.

Highlights

  • Private, 1.5-hour food tour in Agra
  • Stop at four eateries to sample authentic Indian food
  • Taste paratha, panipuri, pav bhaji, and aloo tikki
  • Visit a 70-year-old sweets shop for a dessert of your choice
  • Take home a gift box featuring petha, a traditional sweet originating from Agra
  • Choose between multiple departure times throughout the afternoon and evening
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off are included

What You Can Expect

Your private, 1.5-hour food tour in Arga starts with a hotel pickup. Your pickup time depends on the time you chose for your tour. This tour is offered any time on the hour from 2p.m. to 9p.m.

Your first stop is at Ram Babu Paratha Bhandar, a restaurant that’s been open since 1930. Here you can try paratha (a flat, round snack made of wheat flour and filled with either vegetables, cottage cheese, or spices).

Afterward, continue on to Mama Chicken Mama Franky House. This quick-stop food eatery is well known for its wide variety of meat and veggie dishes, including kebobs. Taste a sample before heading to Agra Chat House.

At Agra Chat House, you can sample panipuri (a common street snack in India), pav bhaji (a dish consisting of a thick vegetable curry fried), and aloo tikki (a snack made of boiled potatoes, onions, and various curry spices).

The last place your group visits on this tour is the 70-year-old sweet shop, Deviram Sweet Shop and Restaurant. This shop has more than 60 different Indian sweet and desserts. Choose which you’d like to taste — and of course, your guide can make recommendations to you if you're feeling overwhelmed choosing.

Your guide gives you a ride back to your hotel, and leaves you with a gift box of petha (a traditional Indian sweet that originated in Arga).

Customer Reviews

Mrs K E B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

Absolutely amazing! Our guide Megha met myself and my mum at our hotel and then she took us into Agra for a foodie sensation! We tried incredible stuffed parathas, proper chicken Tikka and mutton kebabs, a vegetable stew made from 30 different vegetables yes 30! I can't even name 30! And an incredible sweet dish with lentils, tamirand paste and yogurt and then to a sweet shop with incredible flavours, beautiful shapes and even silver leaf! The only downside was we struggled to eat it all! During the tour, Megha explained everything in between filming us and then sent us the photos, such a fantastic evening. So glad we did this, have raved about it to everyone who will listen!

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