Toronto

A food tasting in the heart of Old Toronto to explore some of the city’s most iconic dishes and learn about the history of these dishes. 

You will get to try a delicious mix of sweet and savoury foods while experiencing when old meets new in architecture and in cuisine of Toronto!

Your virtual guide will support you to experience typical Toronto gastronomy for a fraction of a normal guided tour cost. SAVE MORE THAN TOUR COST WITH OUR EXCLUSIVE DISCOUNTS.

At the end of your tour, you'll have sampled some of Toronto's most delicious dishes and gained a better understanding of the cities cuisine, culture and history.

Start mid morning, lunch time, mid afternoon or early evening. You decide !

Duration 2-2½ hours with 5 stops.

01-Jun-24 - 31-Aug-24

C$5.00

Monday - Saturday

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01-Sep-24 - 30-Nov-24

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01-Dec-24 - 28-Feb-25

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01-Mar-25 - 31-May-25

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Itineraries

Old Toronto foods tasting tour route

  • At the St. Lawrence market, we'll try a classic Canadian Peameal BLT sandwich.
  • Taste a mouth-watering Butter Tart, a classic Canadian pastry
  • Try amber and dark maple syrup and learn the difference between real Canadian maple syrup and a fake one.
  • Taste your way around the city and stop by the Hockey Hall of Fame

Tour Notes

  • A complete food tasting experience to understand the history of Toronto cuisine.
  • Enjoy the most typical Toronto foods in a single tasting experience.
  • Your virtual guide will ensure you have a typical Toronto gastronomy experience.

What is included\is not included

You pay for food and drink consumed at each stop
 
FOOD TASTING
  • Maple Syrup tasting
  • Peameal bacon sandwich
  • The best ever Bagel with Cream Cheese
  • Delicious Butter Tart
DRINKS SAMPLING
  • Expresso

All tastings of food or drinks are purchased by tour guests at their own expense during the tour.

Tour Starting Point - Starting from your AirBnb or Hotel

First stop outside St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts. Across from Berczy Park, 27 Front St. E., Toronto.