I had a fantastic time on my tour! Not only did I get to eat some excellent food but I learned about the history of the neighborhood and got tips of other places to stop during my trip!
Meet your guide in the afternoon at the Gassy Jack Statue in historic Gastown. Learn about the history and architecture of the area as you set off for the first stop.
Enjoy samples of classic Canadian pork belly crackling, tempura bacon scotch eggs, and British Columbia wine. As you continue on the walking tour, visit sites you might not notice if exploring on your own, such as the iconic Blood Alley.
Wander off the beaten path with your guide for parsnip fries, and satisfy your sweet tooth with dessert as the tour comes to a close.
Before you leave, your guide provides further recommendations for the area and discount coupons for select establishments.
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Three of us took the Gastronomic Gastown tour with Vicky, and it was a blast. Vicky was great with my 82 year-old Mom, and terrific with the entire group. I expected to get a foodie tour, which Vicky delivered, but she also gave us really...More
1st time trying a foodie tour and I was beyond impressed! The food was delicious and portions were generous. They even had refreshing and unique drinks for us non-booze folks. Great tour guide (Jesse). He was clever, whitty (but not annoying) and knowledgeable. Excited to...More
We are honoured to have been your first foodie tour and hopefully not your last! Foodie tours are such a great way to become acquainted with a city and grab personalized restaurant recommendations for the rest of your visit. We are thrilled you enjoyed your...More
Guide Miguel was mazing and food was delicious! Cannot go wrong with this place! We had drinks paring and they were relish as well!
Wow Hanna thank you for the amazing 5 star review of your Vancouver Foodie Tour! We appreciate you taking the time to leave a review of your tour and we hope to see you again soon!
We recently went to vancouver and booked a Vancouver Foodie Tour. We all met at the statue Gassy Jack and introduced ourselves to Miguel who was to be our tour guide. We were a group of about 15 people of all varying ages. We did...More