Parsi cuisine needs no introduction. Every Mumbaikar would have tried it and would also agree that it is one of the most elaborate cuisines ever. But when one says Parsi food, mostly one thinks Dhansak, Berry Pulao and the other usual suspects! Parsi food is much more.
The Parsi Snack Trail, led by Perzen Patel, a.k.a. Bawi Bride, takes you on a Parsi culture trip. Understand Parsi history, traditions and of course, the food as the enthusiastic Bawi Bride explains and walks you through the small, yet lovely eateries along Grant Road. These well kept secrets are places from where the Parsis buy their traditional snacks, which are not available in most Parsi restaurants in the city. Believe us, the sheer variety is sure to blow your mind!
Join us for a quick glance into the Parsi culture and their delicious snacks
Surely Asked Questions:
Super! When is it?
27th August 2016 at 11:00 AM. It’s a Saturday.
When & where do we meet?
We all assemble in front of Bhatia Hospital, Grant Road at 10:45 AM sharp. The group will leave at 11:00 AM irrespective of whether all members have arrived or not.
How long would it take?
About 2-3 hours typically. Actual time would depend on the group, really.
How many people is a crowd?
We like to avoid crowds. So the tour would have a maximum of 10 people.
How much would it cost?
Rs. 1000 per person
What if I’m vegetarian?
No problem. These places have good vegetarian items too!
What all will it include?
• Knowledge about Parsi history, traditions and food
• One snack at each eatery
• A small bottle of drinking water
• A cute souvenir to remember us by
What all should I carry?
Have a light breakfast. Get umbrellas or raincoats and wear rainproof footwear. We’ve got you covered for everything else.
How do I book my spot?
Just click on the link on the top right of the page and you will be there in a couple of steps. There are just 10 spots for this one. We’d recommend booking asap :)
For any queries regarding bookings, reach us at +91 9970196949 or +91 9823319383
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