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Local Food Tours Montreal Reviews

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Martin Scharff
Martin Scharff
2024.05.15
Excellent your good presentation. Recommend!
Amanda Piper
Amanda Piper
2024.05.15
My group and I had a blast on a three-stop food tour! The food was fantastic, and our guide, Ronny, was top-notch—knowledgeable and super engaging. Highly recommend for a fun culinary adventure!
corey harris
corey harris
2024.05.14
Natalie and Louise were amazing as well as the historical and culinary highlights. I would have liked water served with the Poutine. Otherwise a perfect day spent in your beautiful city. Thank you!
Leigh Talmage
Leigh Talmage
2024.05.14
Natalie and Louise were personable, knowledgeable, and entertaining! We learned so much about Montreal while also tasting delicious food. Thank you for sharing your love and stories of this wonderful city!!
Ward D
Ward D
2024.05.14
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Best food tour! Our guide was passionate about Montreal and the various food venues. Very engaging and informative tour. And all the food was excellent!
Joan Stephenson-Bowes
Joan Stephenson-Bowes
2024.05.13
Excellent, informative and delicious food! It was great!
Jean_Y
Jean_Y
2024.05.13
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Excellent introduction to Montreal Good mix of history, food and entertainment. Worth the price. Guides were excellent. Would recommend as introduction to Montreal.
Vince Cordova
Vince Cordova
2024.05.12
Great way to spend a 3 hours in cool part of Montréal. Great stops for food especially the poutine
Jess Gee
Jess Gee
2024.05.12
Such an amazing tour! Caroline (sp?) was amazing, pointed out some fantastic local spots, had some great stories. 3 hours flew by!!
Carol Davis
Carol Davis
2024.05.11
Molly B
Molly B
2024.05.11
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Would recommend this great tour! Darren was a fantastic guide! So knowledgeable! The food selected (Greek, gnocchi , cheese tasting, Montreal bagels , ice cream and more were a wonderful taste of all that Mile End had to offer. Combing history and tastes was a wonderful way to spend 3 hours. Note that Mile End neighborhood is eclectic.
jkfran
jkfran
2024.05.09
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Great tour a must do. Our tour guide was very friendly and welcoming. She was a wealth of knowledge and made the tour a very present experence. It was nice to taste the different foods. I would recommend to do this tour first so you can go back to your favorite spot for dinner.
david_M
david_M
2024.05.09
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Delish and enlightening Our tour guide Cecile . She was fantastic. Great info great food, great time. Varied and authentic food. So nice.
Michele_B
Michele_B
2024.05.09
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Food is was good guide was nice. Really enjoyed the pastry shop with Cenele’. It was nice to try dishes memorable for Montreal. I would say that some of the restaurants did not look at our group as important. They don’t have a place for us to sit. We stood outside with no napkins or water offered. This is not how I’ve experienced food tours in my extensive experience traveling Europe and USA. This happened at two places. Doesn’t mean food wasn’t good but for $100 I expect minimal service.
Nicola A. Parisi
Nicola A. Parisi
2024.05.08
Excellent two hour tour on May 1, 2024 1:00pm led by our local guide, Sandrine. This was a small group of four. Extremely informative, eclectic samplings (6) of unique Montreal cuisine, & fun. We had a bite at each of the following: Crew Cafe - The unique Montreal bagel w/ cream cheese & smoked salmon, capers, dill. Very good. Situated in the former Royal Bank Tower. Le Beau Marche - Excellent meat & cheese charcuterie. La Cantina - Tacos w/ mushrooms (first time for us), veg, guac, & two sauce choices. Muy bueno. Franklin's (aka Suds & Subs)- Neat little spot where the owner/chep puts a neat spin on some class street fare. We had the poutine w/ smoked brisket. This was the unanimous favorite of our group. Franklin's offers classic submarine sandwiches, NYC style hot dogs, & the real deal Philly cheesesteak. A good walk after eating down to the waterfront at the old port & the defunct grain elevators. Chez Potier's bakery & grocery - picked up some canneles bordelais, a simple pastry but baked in hot molds to give it a chewy exterior & cake-like interior. Les Soeurs Grises (legend refers to them as "The Tipsy Nuns". We won't reveal the tale here. We paired our canneles w/ this brasserie's Marquis Ale Brune (5 ABV). Worth a second visit. $105USD pp. We highly recommend Viator for advance booking of unique tours when we travel to new places. It was an excellent & unique tour. Merci Sandrine & Viator.
napngs
napngs
2024.05.08
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Old Montreal Food & Drink Tour & culture Wed May 1, 2024. Excellent two hour tour on May 1, 2024 1:00pm led by our local guide, Sandrine. This was a small group of four. Extremely informative, eclectic samplings (6) of unique Montreal cuisine, & fun. We had a bite at each of the following: Crew Cafe - The unique Montreal bagel w/ cream cheese & smoked salmon, capers, dill. Very good. Situated in the former Royal Bank Tower. Le Beau Marche - Excellent meat & cheese charcuterie. La Cantina - Tacos w/ mushrooms (first time for us), veg, guac, & two sauce choices. Muy bueno. Franklin's (aka Suds & Subs)- Neat little spot where the owner/chep puts a neat spin on some class street fare. We had the poutine w/ smoked brisket. This was the unanimous favorite of our group. Franklin's offers classic submarine sandwiches, NYC style hot dogs, & the real deal Philly cheesesteak. A good walk after eating down to the waterfront at the old port & the defunct grain elevators. Chez Potier's bakery & grocery - picked up some canneles bordelais, a simple pastry but baked in hot molds to give it a chewy exterior & cake-like interior. Les Soeurs Grises (legend refers to them as "The Tipsy Nuns". We won't reveal the tale here. We paired our canneles w/ this brasserie's Marquis Ale Brune (5 ABV). Worth a second visit. $105USD pp. We highly recommend Viator for advance booking of unique tours when we travel to new places. It was an excellent & unique tour. Merci Sandrine & Viator.
napngs
napngs
2024.05.08
Verified
Excellent Old Montreal Food & Drink Tour Wed 01/05/24 Excellent two hour tour on May 1, 2024 1:00pm led by our local guide, Sandrine. This was a small group of four. Extremely informative, eclectic samplings (6) of unique Montreal cuisine, & fun. We had a bite at each of the following: Crew Cafe - The unique Montreal bagel w/ cream cheese & smoked salmon, capers, dill. Very good. Situated in the former Royal Bank Tower. Le Beau Marche - Excellent meat & cheese charcuterie. La Cantina - Tacos w/ mushrooms (first time for us), veg, guac, & two sauce choices. Muy bueno. Franklin's (aka Suds & Subs)- Neat little spot where the owner/chep puts a neat spin on some class street fare. We had the poutine w/ smoked brisket. This was the unanimous favorite of our group. Franklin's offers classic submarine sandwiches, NYC style hot dogs, & the real deal Philly cheesesteak. A good walk after eating down to the waterfront at the old port & the defunct grain elevators. Chez Potier's bakery & grocery - picked up some canneles bordelais, a simple pastry but baked in hot molds to give it a chewy exterior & cake-like interior. Les Soeurs Grises (legend refers to them as "The Tipsy Nuns". We won't reveal the tale here. We paired our canneles w/ this brasserie's Marquis Ale Brune (5 ABV). Worth a second visit. $105USD pp. We highly recommend Viator for advance booking of unique tours when we travel to new places. It was an excellent & unique tour. Merci Sandrine & Viator.
Nicola P.
Nicola P.
2024.05.08
Verified
Excellent two hour tour on May 1, 2024 1:00pm led by our local guide, Sandrine. This was a small group of four. Extremely informative, eclectic samplings (6) of unique Montreal cuisine, & fun. We had a bite at each of the following: Crew Cafe - The unique Montreal bagel w/ cream cheese & smoked salmon, capers, dill. Very good. Situated in the former Royal Bank Tower. Le Beau Marche - Excellent meat & cheese charcuterie. La Cantina - Tacos w/ mushrooms (first time for us), veg, guac, & two sauce choices. Muy bueno. Franklin's (aka Suds & Subs)- Neat little spot where the owner/chep puts a neat spin on some class street fare. We had the poutine w/ smoked brisket. This was the unanimous favorite of our group. Franklin's offers classic submarine sandwiches, NYC style hot dogs, & the real deal Philly cheesesteak. A good walk after eating down to the waterfront at the old port & the defunct grain elevators. Chez Potier's bakery & grocery - picked up some canneles bordelais, a simple pastry but baked in hot molds to give it a chewy exterior & cake-like interior. Les Soeurs Grises (legend refers to them as "The Tipsy Nuns". We won't reveal the tale here. We paired our canneles w/ this brasserie's Marquis Ale Brune (5 ABV). Worth a second visit. $105USD pp. We highly recommend Viator for advance booking of unique tours when we travel to new places. It was an excellent & unique tour. Merci Sandrine & Viator.
Susan Bandy
Susan Bandy
2024.05.07
Had a great time on the food tour with Ronny! What a great way to learn about Montreal and taste some wonderful food in the process! Thanks, Ronny!
Karen Francis
Karen Francis
2024.05.06
The best tour to see and taste the highlights of Old Montreal. Our tour guide was very knowable and answered all the queations asked.