Carlos is knowledgeable, courteous, friendly. He was able to accommodate our dislikes and offer tasty option alternatives to our satisfaction. Highly recommend spending the day in his company!
Food is one of the true highlights of any trip to Paris. But without a local to guide you, finding authentic stalls, stores, and eateries is tough, while tastings are generally a no-no. On this private walking tour, sample 10 different foods, from oysters to cheeses, and leave with expert recommendations of what to eat—and where.
Meet your guide at Square Armand Trousseau and head to a typical local market, Marché d’Aligre, for “tapenade” (olive spread) on a crusty baguette. Swing by Le Baron Rouge bar for fresh oysters, then visit one of the oldest bakeries in the city, an authentic crêperie, and a traditional French wine shop.
Savor feather-light macarons, regional cheeses, and “rillettes”, a type of pâté made with fine-shredded meat, before you end your ten tastings with coffee in a café. After your tour is done, feel free to ask your foodie guide for lunch and dinner recommendations tailored to your taste.
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First time to Paris, and my husband booked this food tour. We had enjoyed a group tour when we traveled recently to Seattle (Pike Place market), and had high hopes for a similarly fun experience. This tour beat it and then some - a private...More
We spent the afternoon wandering through Paris stopping at amazing food shops along the way, tasting and buying until we settled into a wine bar to put it all together. It was the highlight of our week in Paris for my son. Thanks Michel!
We met as strangers but walked away as friends. Edith was amazing, kind, talkative, so knowledgeable about the area and took the time to teach us about the do’s and don’ts of French culture. We had a lovely afternoon stroll in Paris with 10 food...More
We loved this food tour. Our tour guide, Carlos, was very personable and friendly. He showed us some wonderful places, and we tried some great food we would have never tried if we hadn't done a food tour. He also gave us some history of...More