386 reviews of Paris Chocolate and Pastry Food Tour
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Reviewed by Christy G, USA, May 2013
One of the best tours ever. My husband and I were the only two on the tour so we got a lot of one on one time. Our guides knowledge of chocolate and where to go in Paris for chocolate was incredible. We saw parts of Paris we would have never seen if it wasn't for this tour. Plus at the end of our tour our guide told us where to get wonderful meat, cheese, wine and bread for dinner. Hghly recommend.
Reviewed by Holly F, April 2013
Fantastic! Our guide, Myriam was the best and told us lots of things about Paris, not just about chocolate and pastry. We had lots of great chocolate and pastry plus the best ice cream ever! if you do this tour, GO HUNGRY!!!!!
Reviewed by Michael B, April 2013
What a way to spend time in Paris! Visits to 5 or 6 of the top chocolate boutiques, plus some pasties and the local deli for Jewish cheesecake - just don't have lunch first. Our guide was extremely knowledgeable about chocolate as well as lots of Paris history as we strolled for a full 3 hours. The trip has a maximum of 8 people but we were lucky, it turned into a private trip just for 2. Highly recommended
Reviewed by Joseph B, April 2013
Wonderful tour. Myriiam was great. Hi lite of our 9 day trip for our 11 year old daughter. We want to do the tour again! A must do.
Reviewed by Ailison, March 2013
this was an excellent tour we were the only ones to go on the day so we had our own personal guide and she was amazing telling us so much about the history of Paris and the chocolate and pastrys were lovely especially the chocolate shop Jean-Charles Rochoux.
Reviewed by mrubin18, March 2013
We had a fabulous tour with Antonia! She is knowledgable and so charming! Would highly recommend!!!! The chocolate and pastries were outrageous!!
Reviewed by George L, February 2013
If the price of the tour does not put you off, you are in for an experience. You hear the history of pastry and bread making, the history of choocolat from a fantastic guide. The tastings were scrumptuous. The small group made the tour even more fun.
Reviewed by Tess, February 2013
mmm, AMAZING. Very intimate = our tour was just my friend and I with an older couple. The lady that showed us around to each of the food places was very enthusiastic about food and even gave us a few tidbit information about paris. Don't eat lunch before you go :-)
Reviewed by Gemma P, February 2013
This tour was amazing - our guide was remarkable and even took us to a few extra places along the way. We got to sample some incredible foods and even just looking was amazing. Highly recommend, even if you're not a sweet tooth!
Reviewed by David, February 2013
It was very fantastic and informative the guide we had was very knowledgeable. He was very pleasant and enjoyable to be with. Took us to lots of different old and new places. Place we would have never found by ourselves. Highly recommend this if you are in Paris. Thank you.
Reviewed by Fiona, January 2013
Lovely walking tour. Lucky for us there was just 4 in total so really felt like friends walking around eating chocolate. Guide gave us other bits and pieces about the area we were in as well. Lovely way to spend a couple of hours!
Reviewed by Adam C, January 2013
Tour with Antonia and 4 others. Thought this would be a little different to the normal tours of Paris, and it was fantastic. Antonia was very warm and very knowledgeable about all things chocolate and pastry. It's highly enjoyable listening to someone who is very passionate about what they do.
Reviewed by Cesar C, USA, January 2013
Great tour for foodies. Our guide, Roberto, was very good. Enjoyed the tasting part specially the macarons from Pierre Herme.
Reviewed by Jeannette S, January 2013
We had a great time on this tour. Gottfried, our guide was so personable and knowledgable about the chocolate and pastries and bread, but also about art, architecture and history. He really personalized the tour for us. The breads were delicious, the macarons and chocolates exquisite. Wonderful!
Reviewed by Kim R, December 2012
Yum..... What more can I say. Tour and tour guide were fantastic.
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