Food Tour Of Varanasi

Food Tour Of Varanasi




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Varanasi tour is incomplete without trying various authentic and delicious food dishes. As lord Bernard Shaw rightly said, “There is no love sincerer than the love of food.” this quote perfectly suits Banarasi people and their delicacies. From masala Chai to Tamatar chat…banarasi pan to thandai, gol gappa, kachori, samosa, and whatnot, the list will never end on the Varanasi food menu.

We have designed this food tour in such a way that it will help you to live Varanasi’s local life and its ancient culture while complimenting your taste buds. The maze-like narrow lanes of Varanasi conceal numerous exciting facts and stories. Finding the right spot where authentic taste is served is very difficult. But with our storyteller, you will enjoy the natural flavor and learn exciting levels and fun facts about the food and its shop.

So, If you are a true traveler and food enthusiast….Book this tour right away.

Note: We always ensure the Hygiene and Authenticity of all the food items included in this tour. Food cost is included, and the quantity of food is never restricted. So you can have as much as possible and click some mouth-watering pics for your memories and Instagram.

Highlights Food Tour Of Varanasi

  • 6-8 different authentic local food.
  • From famous street shops/ restaurants.
  • Story/History behind the food item.
  • Recipe for making food.
  • Fun facts about local life.


  • Storytelling in Hindi &English. (according to your convenience).
  • Food/ Beverages charges.
  • Transportation.
  • Dessert.
  • Water.
  • Things which is not mentioned in Inclusive

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Walk and Explore helps travelers to explore the city attractions(both popular and offbeat) through our theme-based walking tours and amazing storytelling. We are a team of young spirits who love traveling and want to share insights into our history, culture, and traditions with the travelers who come to our city.


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