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Things are certainly hotting up for the Melbourne Food & Wine
Festival, with Foodie Trails' extended Masala Tours of the best Indian restaurants & hot spots in the CBD - with a touch of Bollywood tossed in for a little extra spice.
Indian food tours offer a colourful mix of flavour, education, foodie inspiration and fun. Choose from four March dates and traverse the exotic world of Indian food and culture with the lovely Himanshi from 5pm until 9pm.
The upcoming tours offer excellent value. Savour three courses, a glass of lassi, entertaining anecdotes and plenty of colourful culture amidst convivial, like-minded company. What a great way to spend a warm March evening in Melbourne.
While shorter, 3-hour Masala tours run on various dates throughout the year, the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival sees Foodie Trails extend their tours and menus - and toss in some bollywood dancing and giveaways too.
If you're going to do a food tour, you should always do it with the best. Himanshi also runs Beacon Holidays, boutique tour operator and host of culinary journeys, whether of India, South Africa or Turkey or of fine dining experiences in Australia and New Zealand.
Our Melbourne is a pretty good place to start. Spaces are filling so book your slice of Bollywood now.