Culinary trail is not only about visiting old Delhi and eating food, but also about the story behind what you taste. Be it the Parathas of Old Delhi, Jalebi soaked in ghee, creamy lassi or mutton kebab, there is a story behind everything you eat and the people who make it. Also get to know how the food evolved and how the Sikh, Hindu, Jain and Muslim culture influenced each other's cuisine. The way food is cooked and served in India is also influenced by the religious beliefs of a community. See how traditional ways of sourcing, making, and packaging food in India was fully environment-friendly. Despite the extensive use of plastic, such as eco-friendly ways of sourcing, cooking and packaging food are still used extensively.
Do all this with storytelling while you explore old Delhi on foot and on an eco-friendly rickshaw.
Meals: Street food tasting