Make your own way to meet your guide near Churchgate Railway Station in the evening.
Take a short walk to Churchgate Khau Galli (food street). There, try favorite dishes like Pani Puri, Bhel Puri, Sev, and Dahi Puri.
After tasting the most famous chaat of Mumbai, try the city's 'fast food' dish, Pav Bhaji, created in the 1850s for textile mill workers in Mumbai. Then try the most affordable street food of Mumbai, Vada Pav. Then cool your taste buds with a seasonal fruit shake like sitafal (custard apple) or chikoo (sapodilla).
Hop in a kaali peeli (local) taxi to get to Mohammed Ali Road, a street food paradise for meat eaters that is also very popular during Ramadan. Taste dishes like Baida Roti (chicken and egg stuffed in flat bread), Seekh Kebab (minced meat grilled on a skewer), and Bun Kebab (meat tucked inside a bread roll).
Afterward, take a short walk before having desserts like Mawa Jalebi, and seasonal fruit ice cream from an ice cream shop that has been family-run for 125 years.
Finish your street foodtour by taking a kaali peeli taxi back to Churchgate Railway Station.