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Published May 18th 2013
The spices are sure to warm you up
So this week has been cold and miserable but this tour may get people out and about.
The Melbourne Indian Foodie Walking Tour is designed to get your taste buds watering as you experience food from each region of India.
The tour starts at Federation Square (the exact location will be given on booking) with the next tour being on Saturday the 1st of June followed by 6th July, 3rd of August and 7th of September.
Tours start at 11:15 am and the first stop is an Indian cafe followed by a visit to an Indian grocery store to learn about all the various spices used in Indian dishes. After the grocery store, you will go to an Indian restaurant where you will enjoy various flavours from the different regions, from the subtly spice rice of South India to the rich Punjabi food spiced with garam masala of the North.
The tour includes:
3 course meal at an Indian restaurant glass of wine/beer samples from Indian cafe
Adults are $100 pp but if you book early you receive 20% off.
Tours run for approximately 3 hours.
This is a walking tour, however you do not need to be fit to complete the tour, it's done a leisurely pace and includes a total of 30 minutes walking.
Vegetarian and vegan meals can be prepared, make sure you advise of allergy's/requirements when booking.