|06 Feb 2021||The Bhukkad Flea 3||Bandra West, Mumbai|
|29 Nov 2020||The 3 Day Raw Challenge - Online Event||Sharan India, Mumbai|
|05 Dec 2020||Joy of Christmas Baking-Whole Food Plant Based Cooking Workshop||Sharan India, Mumbai|
|18 Dec 2020||Bars and Squares Festive treats - Online Event||Sharan India, Mumbai|
|11 Dec 2020||Hot Beverages - Online Event||Sharan India, Mumbai|
|29 Nov 2020||Christmas Sweets||Mahek's Atelier, Mumbai|
|16 Jan 2021||Navi Mumbai Food Truck Festival- 3rd Edition||Tandel Ground, Mumbai|
|30 Nov 2020||Brunch Special - Online Event||Sharan India, Mumbai|
|29 Nov 2020||All New Sunday Family Brunch||Hyatt Regency Mumbai|
|29 Nov 2020||Government Certified Bakery Course (Sundays Only)||Culinary Craft, Mumbai|
Mumbai street food is diverse and it will satisfy your hunger and tickle your taste buds in every season. The city has something for everybody. Vada Pav, keema pav and bun maska are some of the famous Mumbai’s street food and you will find people gorging on them at all hours. Food trucks in Mumbai are slowly gaining popularity in the financial capital of the country. Also, the annual food festivals in Mumbai are catching everyone’s attention.
Being the city that never sleeps, no other Indian city can beat late night food in Mumbai. Some of the stalls and restaurants remain open till the wee hours in the morning.
You can devour vada pav, samosa, kebab, egg bhurji etc. right there on the streets. Aram Vada Pav near the CST station is famous for its big white vada pav. It is called the white vada pav as they do not add turmeric. Mumbai street food is also famous for non-vegetarian dishes. During Eid, the Mohammed Ali road becomes a foodie’s paradise where you can enjoy different types of non-vegetarian items as well as sweet items.
Food in Mumbai is not just related to one community and it is a confluence of Muslim, Gujarati, Goan, Parsi and of course South Indian food culture. Mutton Dhansak, a Parsi dish cooked with lentils and eaten with rice is super popular. Bombay Duck, a fish dish and bheja fry are some of the dishes that make to the list of Mumbai’s famous food.
Food trucks in Mumbai serve all kinds of food. If you want to eat different cuisines and at the same time you don’t want to go hunting for new places, then Bombay Food Truck is for you. Bombay Food Truck keeps on adding new dishes to their menu frequently. Momos may not be very famous in Mumbai but Darjeeling Momo’s & more, a food truck in Mumbai is making Mumbaikars fall in love with dumplings.
The nightlife in Mumbai is quite vibrant and if you are looking to have late night food in Mumbai, you won’t run out of options. Fiesta Bites is a restaurant that stays open till the wee hours of the morning. You can come with your friends and relish the different varieties of Mexican and Italian delicacies that they have to offer.
Food festivals are a way that allows people to experience different cuisines and dishes at one destination. Over the years, food festivals in Mumbai have caught everyone’s attention. The largest food festival in the country, Grub food festival takes place in Mumbai where newly-opened, as well as well known restaurants, present their food and upcoming brands sell their gourmet products. The upcoming food festivals in Mumbai are Winter food festival and Parel food festival. An upcoming food truck festival in Mumbai is the Dadar food truck festival where you can taste more than 100 varieties of dishes. Stay updated with the latest food and drink events in Mumbai with Allevents.in.
For all the hoggers who are in hunt for appetizing food, we have you covered with some fantastic food and drinks events that satiate your heart.
Find some of the places for Food Festivals In Mumbai and food-drink events below: