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Little Italy Walking Food Tour

clock 2 hours 30 minutes
  • This is a two and a half hour walking food tour.
  • The travellers can have an exquisite full Italian experience in one of Vancouver's most diverse and colorful neighborhoods Read more
  • It includes the tasting of various types of food from the regions of Naples and Victoria.
  • What You'll Do:

  • The walking tour starts from 1795 Commercial Dr, Vancouver
  • The travellers on this food trip have various foods like sample paninis, pizza, pasta etc.
  • Along with the food joints the travellers also have an experience of the traditional food places.
  • What It Includes:

  • They also get to have a local guide which gives them inside information abaout the places where delicious food are available.
  • The travellers are also given a chance to visit and learn about the place they are visiting.
  • The travellers on this trip are allowed to taste various types of food items for sampling.
  • Travellers Talk:

  • Travellers really like the different kinds of pizzas they get to taste during this trip.
  • Travellers are also very happy with the way the guide helped them out with the various food items on show.
  • Is It Right:

  • Anyone and everyone interested to eat can be on this trip.
  • There is no age bar on the lsit and anyone interested may join.
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Coffee tasting in Vancouver's street art district

clock 3 hours
  • Connect with new friends and experience the best murals and coffee in Vancouver, Honest to Pete.

    We’ll start with the most vibrant craft coffee experience. Peter is a bit of a mad scientist when it comes to coffee, and his roastery is his lab. Since he roasts his coffee in small batches, his roastery itself is little—but it’s all the...Read more

Chinatown Dim Sum Tour

clock 3 hours
  • Dim Sum, which means "Point of the Heart", lives up to its name in Vancouver, BC's historic Chinatown.  Originally a Cantonese family tradition (sometimes called Yum Cha (drink tea)) with small, shared dishes, often served in bamboo steamers, Dim Sum has become a staple for foodies in the lower mainland and all over the world.

    Let our...Read more
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