Agra Food Tour

Explore Taj Mahal and other places in Agra and it's cuisine with Agra Food Tour.


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AGRA CYCLING TOUR https://ift.tt/2IUwA4M A cycling tour of Agra city helps a traveller explore the city and daily lives of it’s people. These cycle tours start early morning and focus on less touristy areas of the Agra city like flower market, vegetable market, Dhobi Ghat (clothes washing area), colonial and Mughal sections, ancient Hindu temples, mosques and churches spread all over. This is a special tour organised for travelers interested in the local life of the city, not monuments.


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AGRA CYCLING TOUR

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A cycling tour of Agra city helps a traveller explore the city and daily lives of it’s people. These cycle tours start early morning and focus on less touristy areas of the Agra city like flower market, vegetable market, Dhobi Ghat (clothes washing area), colonial and Mughal sections, ancient Hindu temples, mosques and churches spread all over. This is a special tour organised for travelers interested in the local life of the city, not monuments.

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Food Tour in Delhi during a multi-day Food Tour of India https://ift.tt/2GtBkdv Tour Type: Delhi Food Tour during a multi-day India trip Guest Name: David Benton Tour Date : 3rd March 2018 David Benton and his wife were our guests for a week during their trip to India in which they visited Delhi, Agra, Mathura and Jaipur. This multi-day tour included activities like food walks, photo tours, participation in Holi festival, playtime with elephants and a few others. #food #india #tourism #travel


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Food Tour in Delhi during a multi-day Food Tour of India

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Tour Type: Delhi Food Tour during a multi-day India trip
Guest Name: David Benton
Tour Date : 3rd March 2018
David Benton and his wife were our guests for a week during their trip to India in which they visited Delhi, Agra, Mathura and Jaipur. This multi-day tour included activities like food walks, photo tours, participation in Holi festival, playtime with elephants and a few others.

#food #india #tourism #travel


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Delhi Food Walk on 31st Jan 2018 for 5 guests | Food Walk In Delhi

“Delhi Food Walk on 31st Jan 2018 for 5 guests

Food Walk Type: Delhi Food Walk.
Guest Names: Chris Gawronski Laura Mason Daniel Komaromy, Csilla Babik
Date of food walk : 31st Jan 2018

This food walk was our last of January 2018 and was arranged for 5 guests from Hungary, Canada, France and Australia. We visited 10 food joints in New Delhi and Old Delhi and tasted around 26 food items in total

1) Bedmi puri, Aaloo sabzi, lassi, daal kachori, green peas kachori, samosa, Gulab jamun
2) Stuffed Kulfi (mango)
3) Choley, bhatura, Kulcha
4) Naan khatai (cookie)
5) Aaloo tikki, Kulia ki chaat
6) Aaalo chaat,
7) Choley bhatura (modern cooking)
8) Mushroom pastry, chicken pastry
9) Daal, Saag Chicken, Kofta Curry, Rumali roti, Mint Parantha, Chicken tikka. Thums Up.

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Delhi Food Walk on 31st Jan 2018 for 5 guests | Food Walk In Delhi


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Delhi Food Tour for Jeri and Janette, 22 Jan 2018 Tripadvisor Review: Best day ever in Old Delhi We had a fabulous day in Old Delhi. Our guide Jaidev (spelling) took great care to ensure we were safe and enjoying ourselves. We had 8-9 Street snacks and then a full lunch! A lot of food! All of the snacks were delicious and I wanted to finish them all, but he kept warning us to not over eat and save room for the next treat. Good thing we listened to him! All treats were vegetarian and I was amazed at the variety. My favorite was the sweet milk foam with saffron and sugar, which is only sold during winter and in Old Delhi. It was like eating a sweet cloud! He told us the streets were “quiet” but for us it was chaotic, loud, and exciting! My girlfriend said, “It was exhilarating!” He told us stories of the shop owners, some over 4 generations owned and run. Tremendous pride in their products. He also showed us 300 year old buildings and I could imagine by his descriptions what the place must have been like back then. I was pleasantly surprised at how the shop keepers kept their places swept and cleaned. We were out for about 6 hours and walked maybe 1.5 miles. We walked in the back alleys and also took a rickshaw ride down the Main Street, not for the faint of heart! I would definitely recommend this tour, all places we stopped at were safe to eat (no tummy issues!) and definitely worth the time to go with an experienced guide. Loved it, will talk about it for years to come! This tour was booked on Viator by Jeri and Janette before they started their trip in India. After pickup from hotel, we visited Old Delhi and New Delhi to taste around different food items from 10 different places in Old Delhi and New Delhi both. http://ift.tt/2BLrvYM #tours #travel #india #streetfodd #foodtasting


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Delhi Food Tour for Jeri and Janette, 22 Jan 2018

Tripadvisor Review:

Best day ever in Old Delhi
We had a fabulous day in Old Delhi. Our guide Jaidev (spelling) took great care to ensure we were safe and enjoying ourselves. We had 8-9 Street snacks and then a full lunch! A lot of food! All of the snacks were delicious and I wanted to finish them all, but he kept warning us to not over eat and save room for the next treat. Good thing we listened to him! All treats were vegetarian and I was amazed at the variety. My favorite was the sweet milk foam with saffron and sugar, which is only sold during winter and in Old Delhi. It was like eating a sweet cloud!
He told us the streets were “quiet” but for us it was chaotic, loud, and exciting! My girlfriend said, “It was exhilarating!”
He told us stories of the shop owners, some over 4 generations owned and run. Tremendous pride in their products. He also showed us 300 year old buildings and I could imagine by his descriptions what the place must have been like back then. I was pleasantly surprised at how the shop keepers kept their places swept and cleaned. We were out for about 6 hours and walked maybe 1.5 miles. We walked in the back alleys and also took a rickshaw ride down the Main Street, not for the faint of heart! I would definitely recommend this tour, all places we stopped at were safe to eat (no tummy issues!) and definitely worth the time to go with an experienced guide. Loved it, will talk about it for years to come!

This tour was booked on Viator by Jeri and Janette before they started their trip in India. After pickup from hotel, we visited Old Delhi and New Delhi to taste around different food items from 10 different places in Old Delhi and New Delhi both.

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#tours #travel #india #streetfodd #foodtasting


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Delhi Food Tour for Megan Tan

Delhi Food Tour for Megan Tan

Tour Type: Delhi Food Tour.
Guest Name: Megan Tan
Tour Date : 18th Jan 2018

Megan Tan from USA was our sole guest for a food tour in Delhi on 18th January 2018. In this food walk, we visited 9 different food places for 18 different food items in Old Delhi and New Delhi both.

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Delhi Food Tour for Megan Tan