You will be picked up from your hotel and driven to Metro cinema, the starting point of your culinary tour.
During the tour we will be decoding the Parsi legacy and getting to know more about their eternal love story with Mumbai. Parsis are members of the Zoroastrian community who fled to India between the 8th and 10th century A.D. to escape persecution following the Muslim conquest of their homeland in Persia. Today they are an integral part of the society in Mumbai, who have preserved their cultural identity over the centuries.
From Metro Cinema walk to a hundred-year old bakery and sample some of their famous puff pastries, watermelon juice and bun maska.
Stop for a while for a quick special kulfi, a popular frozen dairy dessert at the Parsi Dairy Farm.
After that continue walking to Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, formerly known as Victoria Terminus, one of the most majestic Victorian-Gothic buildings in India. Continue along the Old Fort road and observe the old Parsi buildings, including the Parsi Panchayat, the headquarters of the Parsi community in Mumbai.
Next visit the legendary Britannia & Company restaurant, serving food influenced by Iranian and Parsi cuisine. Enjoy a lunch choosing from the famous dishes on the menu.
After lunch you will be driven back to your hotel.