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Kensington Market Food Tour

clock 3 hours
  • It is a Kensington Market walking tour in Toronto
  • It allows you learn about the city's oldest neigbourhood market Read more
  • A way to explore the National Historic site
  • What You'll Do:

  • You will enter Kensington market and taste some of the best Torontonian snacks
  • Learn about Toronto's history at the 6 local eatery stops
  • Taste some of the Caribbean, Canadian, and Latin American foods
  • Enjoy the taste of a locally brewed beer or glass of Ontario wine
  • What It Includes:

  • Fees, taxes and restaurant gratuities
  • Free food tasting
  • Free locally brewed beer or glass of Ontario wine
  • Free lunch
  • English guide
  • Minimum age of 19 years
  • Travellers Talk:

  • Tourists say the tour is amazing and travellers who are interested should come ready to eat
  • Others also said the tour guides were fun, friendly and very informative
  • Is It Right:

  • It is right for most travellers but not suitable for children below 19 years and wheelchair users
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King and Queen West Sunday Brunch Tour

clock 4 hours
  • It is a Sunday food tour in the city of Toronto
  • It includes visits to unique Canadian restaurants to eat tasty meals Read more
  • A way to experience delicious pork, bacon, sausage, and learn about pork quality
  • What You'll Do:

  • Explore the local streets of the city on a walking tour
  • Taste some of the Canada's best pork recipes
  • Learn why Canada was reffered to as the "Hogtown"
  • Enjoy a classic egg dish with a glass of mimosa and see Grafittis
  • Visit some of the best restaurants in King and Queen West
  • What It Includes:

  • - Roast Pork sandwich, Peameal Bacon sandwich, and Artisan Hot Dog
  • Walking tour with free food, drinks and a friendly, fun and English tour guide
  • Taxes & Gratuities at restaurants
  • Streetcar transportation (1-way)
  • Vegetarian food & Gluten Free options available (on request includes a small surcharge)
  • Indicate allergies upon booking
  • Paper or mobile tickets are accepted
  • ID cards or International passports for proof of age
  • Travellers Talk:

  • Many tourists say the tour is knowledgeable and friendly with amazing tour guides, food to eat and things to learn
  • Is It Right:

  • It is a great way to explore Toronto on foot but not suitable for wheelchair users and those not moderatly fit physically
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St. Lawrence Market and Old Toronto Food Tour

clock 3 hours
  • This is tour covers St. Lawrence Market which is older than Canada
  • It allows you taste delicacies on the Old Toronto Food Tour Read more
  • To learn about the history of Canada's food and iconic markets
  • What You'll Do:

  • Explore St. Lawrence and Kensington Market markets on foot
  • Embark on a tasting tour on the Old Toronto food
  • Learn about the history of Old Chinatown, the markets and Toronto
  • Explore Mexican, Caribbean, Latin American, and Portuguese neighborhoods
  • Visit numerous shops and eatries
  • What It Includes:

  • Small-group walking tour
  • Expert English speaking tour guide
  • Free drinks and food tastings
  • Taxes and gratuities at restaurants
  • International passport or ID card
  • Wear comfortable shoes and clothing
  • Vegetarian and Gluten free food options available
  • Travellers Talk:

  • Tourists say this tour is outstanding and there was tons of food to taste
  • Is It Right:

  • This walking tour is right for most travellers especially first timers
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Kensington Market -Toronto's Neighborhood International Food Tour

clock 2 hours 30 minutes
  • This is a Toronto food tour in the Kensington Market
  • The tour will introduce you to different flavours from around the globe whether you are a beginner, novice or a food expert Read more
  • The ticket takes you on a two and a half hour food tour with lots to bite
  • What You'll Do:

  • Taste a variety of foods from 6 different countries
  • Learn and see Toronto's food diversity in 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Explore Toronto's unique and eclectic neighborhood
  • Embark on a Kensington Market tour after tasting the culture and history of this city
  • Visit different restaurants, cuisines, entertainment spots, and cultural activities all from the advice of yourknowledgeable guide
  • What It Includes:

  • Free food tasting
  • Live local English speaking guide
  • Skip-the-line access guaranteed at attractions and food tastings
  • Walking tour for a small-group
  • Wear comfy shoes and carry along extra water
  • Infant meals are not included in the tasting
  • Vagetarian options available on request
  • Tour runs in all weather conditions
  • Travellers Talk:

  • Many tourists say the tour was just amazing with lots to eat and learn from the diverse food culture in Toronto city
  • While others recommend the tour for anybody who want to get a whole new experience of the city
  • Is It Right:

  • This tour is right for anyone who is passionate about people, food and culture
  • Although a great way to explore Toronto's food culture, it is not suitable for people with alergies for dairy, nuts, gluten and eggs
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Toronto Great Canadian Food Tour

clock 2 hours 30 minutes
  • A food walking tour in Toronto city
  • A chance to experience some of Canada's greatest food flavours Read more
  • It is also allows tourists to explore 6 major stops for sample bites
  • What You'll Do:

  • Taste some of the great Canadian foods
  • Visit on of Canada's oldest neighbourhood and a National Historic site "Kensington Market, and see its bright-coloured victorian houses, eateries, shops, and more
  • Learn about the Indigenous foods from ancient times to what is known today as Canada from your tour guide
  • Get a taste of "Indian Taco", sweet butter tart, Poutine (a Quebec favourite) and lots more
  • What It Includes:

  • Free lunch from tastings that are more than enough to a meal
  • Accessible for strollers
  • Tourists should be moderately fit physically
  • Maximum of 10 persons per tour
  • Bring an umbrella, sunscreen, some water and wear comfortable shoes
  • Vegetarian options are available on request
  • Some free drinks
  • Travellers Talk:

  • Travellers say they enjoyed their tour regardless of some days that were wet, because they had great tour guides
  • Other people say they had an amazing time with tour guides who were fun, friendly and shared important informations
  • Is It Right:

  • The tour is right for eeryone who loves good food and drinks. It is not recommended for pregnant women and people with limited mobility
  • But the tour is not suitable for people with alergies for eggs, dairy, gluten, and nuts
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Kensington Market By The Sidewalk Food Tour

clock 2 hours 15 minutes
  • It is a tour of Canada's 1st historic neighborhood in Toronto
  • A way to shop for souvenirs for people back home Read more
  • The tour lets you satisfy you taste buds with the sidewalk food tours
  • What You'll Do:

  • Explore the Kensington Market on foot
  • Marvel at the multicultural open air marketplace and soak yourself in its independent spirit, thriving food scene, and colorful shop fronts
  • Learn about the age-long secrets of this market from the English tour guide
  • Embark on an incomparable tasting food tour to enjoy fresh and exciting food flavors
  • Taste the famous Canadian poutine, artisanal chocolate, sip beer, spirits, and more
  • What It Includes:

  • Professional English local tour guide
  • Free food tasting tour
  • Free lunch, beer, spirit etc.
  • Admission at the Sidewalk Food Tours and Kensington Market
  • International passport or ID card, comfortable shoes and appropriate clothing for the weather
  • Drinking age in Canada is 19 years
  • Non-alcoholic tours available for people with children
  • Mobile and paper tickets are allowed
  • Travellers Talk:

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  • Most travellers say they had a wonderful time on the Kensington Market tour which happens to be Toronto's first neighborhood declared as one of the National Historic sites in Canada
  • Is It Right:

  • This tour is suitable for both adults and children but not recommended for people with mobility impairments
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Toronto World Food Tour

clock 5 hours
  • This is a small group tour which will involve trying 5 different cuisines offered in Toronto at some of our finest establishments.

    You'll start out at an exceptional Mexican establishment renowned for its Tacos and Margaritas (which you can order separately if you wish). It can be very tempting to fill up here due to the range of tasty...Read more

Sweet Delights Of Old Toronto Tour

clock 2 to 3 hours
  • You've never had a sweets and treats walking food tour like this before!

    This tour is a comprehensive, insider and local's guide history and food guide to the heart and soul of Toronto. We visit churches, world class markets, hidden buildings and courtyards, Canada's oldest post office, and more!

    We sample Toronto's best Gelato, some...Read more

Explore and Taste The Junction, Toronto’s Hippest Neighbourhood (3 Hours)

clock 3 hours
  • Recently named by TimeOut as Toronto’s hippest neighborhood, The Junction is the perfect place to explore and eat like a local. On this guided three-hour walking tour, led by a local expert, you will have the opportunity to have tastings at five delicious restaurants as well as explore local shops.

    This tour shows you the people,...Read more

Urban Canadian Whiskey Trail Experience

clock 4 hours
  • Think of this tour as a roving whiskey dinner. Learn your ABC’s and the ABV ‘s of whiskey by joining this 4-hour guided tour through downtown Toronto. Ever wonder what a backseat was Or what the difference is between a Pot Still and a Coffey Still Get to know tasting terms and barley types and find out what exactly is the “Angels Share”....Read more

3.5-Hour Ossington Strip Food Tour in Toronto

clock 3 hours 30 minutes
  • The Ossington Strip of today is much different from when it all started back in the late 1700's. It has transformed itself into a bustling restaurant scene with some of the cities most notable chefs' at the stoves.  A huge hit with millennials, the strip offers something for everyone, from a craft brewery to tapas bars, cocktail lounges, live...Read more

4-Hour Riverside and Leslieville Food Tour in Toronto

clock 4 hours
  • Explore the Riverside and Leslieville neighborhoods of Toronto on this guided, 4-hour, small-group food tour. What began as a small town back in the 1850s has now become a food lover's paradise, full of great restaurants, bakeries, coffee shops, and specialty food stores. Stroll and taste your way along historic Queen Street East, experiencing...Read more

4-Hour Greektown on the Danforth Food Tour

clock 4 hours
  • Chef Scott learned the restaurant business from a Greek restaurateur when he started working in kitchens at the age of 12. He has always had a great respect for their culture and work ethic. Several years ago, a local greek celebrity chef and cookbook author, Peter Minaki, took Chef Scott to Greektown here in Toronto to show him some of the best...Read more

East End Craft Beer & Bites Tour

clock 4 hours
  • Great things are brewing in Toronto’s historic east end! As the craft beer scene explodes and the west end of the city becomes saturated, brewers are setting up shop in the east and brewing some of the best suds in the city. This 4 hour curated beer and bites tour will take you to some of the newest and best breweries in the city. Go behind the...Read more

3-Hour Little India Food Tour

clock 3 hours
  • Learn where to buy spices and how to pick the perfect mango! See how naan bread is cooked and taste it fresh from the tandoor oven. Eat Indian street food and kabobs. Drink Indian beer and mango lassi. Taste Modern Pakistani as well as dishes from the four corners of India including Hakka cuisine typically prepared on the china/India border. Enjoy...Read more

3-Hour Old Chinatown Food Tour in Toronto

clock 3 hours
  • Taste your way through one of the largest Chinatowns in the Western Hemisphere! Sometimes referred to as the original Chinatown, it is one of seven in the Greater Toronto Area. This neighborhood is a beehive of activity with shops, cheap housewares, fruit and vegetable stalls, traditional Chinese herbal medicine dispensaries and of course, tons of...Read more

4-Hour Toronto Pizza-Tasting Tour

clock 4 hours
  • Spend an afternoon learning about the history of what has become North America’s favorite comfort food. Your pizza-crazed guide will show you the sights and sounds of the city as you eat your way through three different neighborhoods, while giving you the skinny on crusts, sauce, cheese and toppings. Savour a slice of the pie that was voted best...Read more

Corktown and Distillery Historic District Food Tour

clock 3 hours 30 minutes
  • Join this 3.5-hour tour for a leisurely stroll as you eat your way through an iconic Toronto neighborhood that began in the early 19th Century as a home to the Irish immigrants who built this city. Steeped in history, this area was home to the breweries, brickyards, cork stop makers and the largest distillery in the world. As you walk the quaint...Read more

Best of Toronto Private, In-Car, Food + Sightseeing Tour

clock 3 to 5 hours
  • Simply the best, most diverse, and customizable eating tour offered in Toronto.

    Hop in our private luxury SUV to see the sights of Toronto while enjoying the best eats the city has to offer. Your guide will take you not only to see some of the city’s most famous locations, but also show you unique ethnic pockets of the city, local...Read more

Toronto Queen West Pastry Crawl

clock 2 hours
  • Travel with a local foodie to scope out the best pastries in the world’s 2nd hippest neighbourhood. Yes, we’re talking about the one-and-only Queen Street West.

    Get acquainted with each decadent pastry as you learn about its fascinating roots from exiled kings to humble nuns.

    Indulging in 4 divine pastries is no easy feat, so...Read more
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