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Wine Tasting, Cake Baking & More: 4 Food Experiences In Mumbai

Fests are a pomp-filled, joyful atmosphere with excitement and galore. And recently, chefs are realising that the growing food interests among the populace are no less than a complete phenomenon, be it wine tasting or cake making. So if you are one among  the “populace” here are few upcoming food fests you can attend!

All Things Nice

If you are looking for an unusual food and wine tasting experience this the place you should plan your weekends at! Hosted and presented by sommelier Nikhil Aggarwal, it offers wine tasting, Australian Food and Wine masterclass. So get ready with your aprons and turn on your taste buds.

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Bandra Food Festival

This 2-day festival will consist of everything you admire about the suburban town – Bandra.With just a INR 100 entry fee, this is quite a steal for mumbaikars. 15 live food stations and 5 food product stalls complimented by the carnival of games for adults & kids, a community installation, our very own bar with bar performances, and music, this could be a power-packed weekend.

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Colorful Croissant

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Photo Courtesy Of: Wisk By Cakesmith

Ever been tempted to have a croissant from but didn’t know where to get it? No worries. Colorful croissant organised by Wisk by Cakesmiths offers you a hands-on croissant baking class, which will help you become an expert in the art of twisting, kneading and baking the perfect teatime delectables.

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Maharashtrian Food Trip

The title describes it all! The spicy, truly Indian nature of Maharashtrian food will assist you throughout the tour around Dadar’s most known places offering a variety of delicacies and reminding you of how our Maharashtra has changed over the years. After, all we love ourselves some Maharashtrian spicy food, or at the very least learning about it.

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Ashwati Menon is a first-year mass media student who strongly believes that food resembles soul, passion & that's what she likes to inculcate in her writing. Good food and reading about food is her primary need each day.