Small-Group Market Tour with a Local Foodie

2.5 Hours

From (USD) $86 Per Person (Minimum 2)

Small-Group Market Tour with a Local Foodie

2.5 Hours

From (USD) $86 Per Person (Minimum 2)

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      Small-Group Market Tour with a Local Foodie

      Montreal, Quebec, Canada
      From (USD) $86 Per Person (Minimum 2)
      • More than a guide: Your tour is led by a local chef or food writer with a deep understanding of how to prepare and cook meals using products available in and around the city.
      • Small group: With no more than six people per tour, you’ll get to interact with your guide to enrich your experience and better understand Montreal’s food and restaurant industry. 
      • Foods of Montreal: Its position on the Saint Lawrence River and melting pot of cultural influences give Quebec’s capital a range of food specialties, from maple cider to French fries covered in gravy and cheese curds.
      About This Montreal Tour

      If you’re a real foodie, you already know Montreal is one of the best restaurant cities on the continent. Creative chefs, a variety of cultural influences, and an open-minded dining crowd make this place a haven for your taste buds. 

      One of the best traits of Montreal’s food scene is its diversity. While other cities are famous for a specific regional dish, here you can find a top-quality plate of smoked meat just as easily as a tasty pile of French fries and gravy. Much of the variety in local restaurants comes from the abundance of nearby farmland, forests and rivers.
      On this excursion you’ll meet meals between the plate and the land at Jean-Talon Market, one of the most prominent bazaars in Canada. First opened in 1933, just a few minutes here makes it easy to see why Montreal’s restaurants are so diverse. Everything from fruits and vegetables to sausages, spices, oils, and cheese can be bought from vendors of all sorts of cultural backgrounds.
      To help you make sense of it all and provide history and context, your group is accompanied by a culinary expert well-versed in the local food business. Make sure to ask questions and walk around to take in the vibe, but if you really want to experience the rich history and culinary tradition of Montreal, choose a dish and take a bite. We have a feeling you’ll need more than one.

      Getting prepared
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      Wear light clothing Wear light clothing
      Cancellation policy

      Choose your date and time very carefully. Only a portion of this tour is refundable from the time of booking; within 72 hours of operation, it is fully non-refundable.

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