That’s not all. The good folks over at Asian Paints have been generous enough to sponsor some lovely doodle art at these family-run eateries and have organised a lovely Do-it-yourself (DIY) workshop at their store. Also, proceeds from the ticket sales will be donated to Nanhi Kali, an NGO for girl child education, which is founded by the K. C. Mahindra Education Trust.
So come along on this lovely little walk, where you look at some lovely art, gorge on East Indian snacks, hear their story and do your bit to support girl child education
Bandra FoodPrints – Food Trail
Surely Asked Questions:
Super! When is it?
15th July 2017 at 5:00 PM
When & where do we meet?
We all meet in the Colour Store by Asian Paints at 4:45 PM. It’s right opposite Bandra Police Station on Hill Road. Here’s the google maps link, just in case: https://goo.gl/maps/SxsV8S3waA32
How long would it take?
About 2 hours typically, so your Saturday night plans are intact!
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. 500 per person, including food, a small bottle of water, a souvenir and an awesome time!
What if I’m vegetarian?
Well, almost all of the food is non-vegetarian. There are also some pork dishes. Please let us know in the form during payment what your preferences are, so we can be prepared accordingly.
What all should I be ready with?
Have a light lunch and do wear comfortable footwear as we will be doing some walking too apart from all the eating
How do I book my spot?
Just click on the link below and you will be there in a couple of steps. There are just 10 spots for this one. We’d recommend booking asap
“Never knew about this part of Bandra! Loved the walk and discovered great food!” – Pallavi Utagi
“It was an experience my daughter and I would treasure!” – Molly
“It is an interesting concept of walking through the roads and getting in touch with the roots which we usually miss out. Really enjoyed it!” – Ankeeta Verma
“Great tour and information about the history and culture of East Indians” – Pratyush Patil
“Wonderful experience! Will come again for sure” – Vrutika Patel
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