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I kind of got drug along to this thing, it was my girlfriends idea but have to admit it was one of the highlights of our FL trip. The tour guide was phenomenal, she not only provided an interesting history lesson of Miami/South Beach and it's unique hotels and building designs she also took us on a food tasting tour of some of the best and most interesting foods (peruvian, columbian etc.) Miami had to offer. We enjoyed it thoroughly.
This was an excellent way to spend an evening...our guide Natalie was superb. The food selections were an excellent representation of the region. The tour and discussion of the history of Art Deco in Miami was excellent. The time frame was excellent in terms of giving us a taste of foods and areas that might inspire the rest of our visit.
Excellent trip, our guide was very knowledgeable and interesting. Had loads to eat, revisited several of the restaurants, which we would not of found otherwise. Great way to discover South Beach.
I will definitely go on a food Toor on future trips.
Amazing! My husband and I had a wonderful time experiencing great food and a bit of art, history and architecture. I highly recommend this tour. Well worth the time and money.
I highly recommend this tour. Our guide was fun and knowledgeable; we enjoyed delicious and unique food and drink.
This tour is def a MUST for all food and south beach lovers. Our guide was an Australian girl and she was brilliant. She gave us a run down on the history of south beach and we visited six restaurants and tasted some amazing foods. I will def do this again. It was awesome. Cheers Janeane
We made 7 different stops during our dinner tour. Our first food stop was a Columbian restaurant, Bolivar on Washington Avenue. I sampled a patacones and an empanada; the empanada was the best I've ever had. Then we walked to Goyo El Pollo, a Peruvian restaurant. I sampled ceviche made of fresh diced fish and seafood cooked with lime juice. I also had their classic Peruvian Pollo, which is marinated chicken. They are both unique and so very delicious.
Note from Viator: Editor's Note: This review was written by Sarah Wu who wrote a complete South Beach Cultural Food and Walking Tour overview (with photos!) on her blog.
Fantastic tour. Try to do at the beginning of your stay so. you can go back to your favorites
This trip is worth while. The guide was excellent and very informative, we saw quite a few places and tasted a wide range of foods, by the time we got to the last one an ice cream parlour we were quite full. Certainly worth going on.
Our tour guide was nice and knowledgeable. She was really good taking us around and giving us a taste of different cuisine's and resturants which we would not have found b ourselves.
Thank you, Saju and Tina.
Good tour and likeable knowledgeable guide Victor. Some stops pretty meagre food offering, a couple were generous. Gloria Estevan's restaurant most generous. Best aspect of tour for us was info about S.Beach and Art Deco houses. But food was also interesting and enough.for a dinner, so OK value.
Lyn C. L
Overall, it was an enjoyable evening. One restaurant was new to Miami Beach and we didn't care for the cuisine. We weren't sure that it wasn't just an effort to give the restaurant some exposure, since it didn't seem to reflect the cultural history of Miami's cuisine.