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Food Tours in Paris

We offer several Food Tours in Paris, each focusing on a different area of Paris and with specifics related to those. For example, the Latin Quarter Food Tour finishes with a pic-nic type lunch at Le Foodist. Les Halles Food Tour is the opportunity to learn about the best Cookware shops and eat snails and onion soup. And our Montmartre Tour is more focused on pastry and baking.

And while each of our Food Tours in Paris is specific, in all of them we share the history and cultural elements of each of the food you taste, so you can better ‘Discover Culture through Food’. 

Last but not least, your guide will either be a French Chef or a very experienced French Food Writer – and they all love to share their passion. So choose your tour and we are confident you will learn a lot about French Culture.

Food Tour in Paris

Latin Quarter Market Visit Food Tour

Latin Quarter Market Visit Tour in Paris

€99 per person
10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Wednesday and Friday

Coffee & Croissants
Market Visit
Great Food Stores
Seafood Tasting
Lunch at Le Foodist
Wine Included

Montmartre Pastry & Chocolate Food Tour

Try Sweet Le Foodist Montmartre Pastry and Chocolate Food Tour

€89 per person
3:30 pm to 6:00 pm
Wednesday and Friday

Top Macarons & Chocolates
Unique Pastries
Best Breads
Cobbled Streets
Montmartre History
Taste with Tea / Coffee

Les Halles Delicious Food Tour

Baguette at Les Halles Food Tour In Paris

€109 per person
11:00 am to 2:00 pm

Great Cook Shops
Onion Soup
& Snails Tastings
Best Cheese
Unique Stories
Wine Included

Discover French Culture through Other Food Experiences

Discovering culture through food is what we want to do when we travel. So we have developed all our experiences with that simple idea in mind: ensure that you learn both about the topic at hand, but also about French culture in the process. So in our food tours, we will talk about the history of various aspects of French food, in our cooking class about how certain dishes became so important in our culture. During our wine tastings, we will explore the regional differences in French culture. And, a regional cooking holiday is an opportunity to deep dive French food culture to its core and foundation: the regional gastronomies, and the concept of terroir. Follow the links to explore further.