The Sindhis are known mainly for two things – their enterprising skills and their food. While Mumbai now boasts of a variety of cuisines, this cuisine remains relatively unexplored. In the Sindhi Food Crawl, we take you to the Sindhi Camp in Chembur to give you a taste of their phenomenal cuisine.
Yes, we call it a food crawl, because crawling is most likely what you will end up doing after stuffing yourself with the rich, heavy food! We are talking stuffed chole and kheema pattice, out-of-this-world sanni pakoras and the best ever gulab jamun in Mumbai, to name a few.
Your host, Jatin Khanna, is a hardcore Sindhi who has grown up in the area and is also a hospitality graduate. This crazy foodie will ensure that you taste the best Sindhi food Mumbai has to offer, and might also laugh at you heartily while you get amazed at every food joint.
So join us for the food coma that is waiting to happen!
Surely Asked Questions:
*Super! When is it?
21st January 2016 at 5:00 PM. It’s a Saturday.
When & where do we meet?
We all assemble at the Golf Club - Main gate in Chembur at 4:45 PM sharp. The group will leave at 5 PM irrespective of whether all members have arrived or not.
How long would it take?
About 2-3 hours typically.
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. Most places are vegetarian!
What all will it include?
• Knowledge about Sindhi 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 be ready with?
Have a light lunch. 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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