You’re invited to dine with an urban Bangalorean family. What a great way to learn how people eat, what they chat about with each other around the dining table, the senses they use to experience the food, and what goes into an authentic home menu (vs the very misleading menus one sees in restaurants.In Bangalore, there are so many different societies, each with their own unique way of living.Learn the protocols of visiting a local home, the way people greet each other, engage in small talk, and so much more about the culture by signing up for this experience. Note: Accompanying officials including bodyguards, are charged the same way as tourists.
This experience is one of the most enchanting to foreigners and locals alike. Living among us as the erstwhile Royal Families of more than 500 princely states that composed India before the announcement of the Indian constitution in 1947. These private dining experiences dining experiences bring you to dine with Kings, Queens, princesses, nobles and their families. Sometimes in their homes, and sometimes out in a restaurant. But through priceless conversations, you will discover their stories, and they will discover yours. A highly recommended experience! Note: Accompanying officials including bodyguards, are charged the same way as tourists.
The way to a man’s (or woman’s) heart is through his stomach. And this holds true around the world: from the Eskimo man’s catch of the day that brings his wife to blush, to the old Malayalee lady’s delicious Fish Fry that has a magnetic, calming effect on her naughty grandchildren. It’s the same around the world.Even the largest disputes are often resolved over small kitchen tables. Our cross culture cookouts are platforms for you to experience food cultures, learn recipes, and try your hand at cooking dishes that are iconic of other cultures. Try your hand at Swedish meatballs in the company of a Swede; discover the secrets behind authentic pasta sauce from an Italian; learn the art of Sushi from a Japanese; Stir up a magical Shakshuka under the guidance of an Israeli, and get all your questions about Sauerkraut answered by a German. These cross culture cookouts are beyond the shared recipes: they are social, fun and a great way to form new bonds from around the world. Note: Accompanying officials including bodyguards, are charged the same way as tourists.
Enjoy the warm hospitality of a local home, where you are invited to try your hand at cooking their favourite dishes. In an unadulterated, no-pretenses environment, you play chef’s assistant, and get those secrets that can only be found at home. You also discover how different home cooking and home dining is in India to the menus at Indian restaurants (especially the one’s abroad).Once you’ve cooked to your heart’s content, you sit with the family and indulge in that same meal you helped churn up! An experience to cherish for life! Note: Accompanying officials including bodyguards, are charged the same way as tourists.
Bangaloreans are foodies. Every locality boasts restaurants dishing out finger-licking food: all the way from fast food to fine dine gourmet and sushi. The great weather makes eating out feel natural, and the fact that Bangalore is a melting pot of cultures makes the variety as exciting as a box of chocolates! We have curated food tours so that you get the most of these flavours. These tours can be custom tailored to suit your time availability, interest, mood and tastes! Note: Accompanying officials including bodyguards, are charged the same way as tourists. Hotel pick up and drop back: If we are using our car, our pick up for guests within 3km from MG road is free. Beyond that is chargeable at 13Rs per km + 150 per hour extra driving.