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The tour was excellent. The guide was very knowledgable. It was a great way to experience local cuisine and interact with some of the other tourists in the area. I would recommend it to anyone visiting Quebec City. Do it the first day you're there!
Our tour guide was very knowledgeable about the city and its history, tried to get everyone happy. Worth every penny! I'd recommend this tour to anyone as long as you like alcohol and food you'll enjoy it!
AMAZING!!! Neil, our tour guide, was fantastic!!! Went to some lovely restaurants, tried delicious food and drinks and learned a lot about the area ....LOVED every minute if the tour and met some very great people from all over the world.
The tour is well worth the money. We were introduced to quite a number of different foodie establishments we otherwise would not have considered. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and helpful. The only thing missing is a tour itinerary we could retain as a keepsake.
Our tour was awesome! The guide was very informative and not at all boring, super funny and kept us right on schedule. Food was great, all of the place we stopped at were really cool and friendly. Definitely worth the cost.
With our trip cut short due to weather, this was the perfect opportunity to see the city and hear its history. We probably would not have ventured out of the old walls and this is where the best food was! Joselyn was a great tour guide and host. She obviously loves this city and its food.
We really enjoyed this tour. It was pouring rain the streets were very icy, but we did the tour any ways. Our guide was great! It was just my husband, myself and our guide. The places that she took us to we're great. We wished that we weren't leaving the next morning because we would have loved to have eaten at the different restaurants that our guide took us to. Maybe we will do that the next time we visit. When we left the guide at the end of the tour it was as if we were leaving a good friend. We would highly recommend this tour.
It was an excellent tour. Our guide was energetic and enthusiastic. She seemed to have a real love of her City and was happy to share its history and culinary uniqueness. This is a nice way to get an overview of the City while getting some exercise which did not off set the calories ingested. Highly recommend.
A fun way to see and learn about Quebec. Our guide, Carol, was great!
Great tour. Our guide was excellent and very knowledgeable. History, culture and great food tastings all in one.
Robert was a great guide very knowledgeable with a number of interesting experiences to share.
This tour was excellent - very efficient checking-in system at a place that was very easy to find. Our tour leader, Pierre, was very well informed and very informative. We enjoyed all the places we visited. Really excellent.
The Small-Group (12) Quebec City Food Tour was outstanding! Our tour guide Robert was extremely knowledgeable about the city's history as well as the history of the places we visited and how each particular cuisine fit into Quebecoise life, and he had a wonderful sense of humor. We sampled gazpacho at a very old and elegant restaurant, a crustini with boar sausage and a glass of wine at an elegant 4-diamond restaurant, Quebec-brewed beer at a pub, crepes at a creperie, bruschetta with prosciutto and mozzzarela at one of the oldest continually open groceries in the city, samples various maple syrup products as we learned about the processing from gathering sap to the delicious maple syrup butter and everything in between. We finished with rich chili chocolate at a sweet shop and Robert bid us farewell.
Of course my husband, sister and brother-in-law returned to many of the places the next day to purchase some of what we tasted.
I would highly recommend this tour because it is fun, tasty, gives you a sense of the city's geography as well as life style.
Our guide was expatriate Neil, who grew up in Minnesota. He has a passion for the Quebec culture, and a vast knowledge of the city's history. We met some really nice people, sampled some wonderful foods, and learned a lot about the rich history of Quebec city. Neil took us to two four star type restaurants, a crepery, a pub, a maple syrup shop, a specialty grocery store, and the final stop was a chocolate shop. Be sure to dress comfortably but respectably, and wear decent walking shoes. You will be walking about three fourths of a mile over the two to two and a half hours, and of course there are the hills.