Montreal, Canada
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3 hours 30 minutes (Approx.)
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Offered in: English


Get a taste of Montreal's Jewish heritage on this guided, 3.5-hour, small-group, culinary walking tour. Montreal is the birthplace of many Jewish foods and is known around the world for its unique take on Jewish cuisine. Explore the city’s Mile End and Plateau neighborhoods and taste a wide range of exclusive local foods, including smoked meat and bagels, at popular food spots old and new. Along the way, learn more about Montreal’s Jewish community and discover the backyards and alleyways of the city’s hidden Jewish food history.
  • Take a Jewish food tasting tour in Montreal
  • Sample a variety of Jewish cuisine
  • Learn about Montreal’s Jewish culture and history
  • Fun for the entire family
  • Small-group ensures a personalized experience


Viator Traveler's Reviews

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, Oct 2018

My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed this informative and fun walk through a mist interesting part of Montreal. Our guide was terrific- smart, knowledgeable, enthusiastic! A highlight of our visit to Montreal!

, Oct 2017

The best food walking tour I have ever been on.
The food was delicious and believe me there was lots of it.
The guide was very knowledgeable and organized.
I would highly recommend Beyond the Bagel for a fun afternoon.
Lots of walking so you get to walk off the extra pounds.

, Oct 2017

We absolutely loved this tour. Olivia, our tour guide, was so wonderful. She is a great guide and a lovely person. The tour was a great mix of seeing various neighborhoods, walking and eating delicious food. This was a highlight of our trip to Montreal!

, Sep 2017

A very interesting tour, great guide, and plenty of delicious food! Be prepared for a lot of walking during the 3 hours.

, Aug 2017

Guide Colin was very informative and kept tour moving along. Lots of walking but you see many interesting sights. Be sure to bring an empty stomach since you will be full by the end of the tour.

, Oct 2016

This trip should not be offered on Shabbos or participants should be warned that some places will be closed. Our guide was very knowledgeable but there were organizational issues. Dessert before mains? Really? And if you want to impress us with Montreal bagels, don't serve them cold and without a shmear. It is A LOT of walking and that should be in your tour description. Our guide did her best to work around the closings, but we felt that we had missed some interesting places. The tour has great potential, but it needs work.

, Sep 2016

My sister and I thoroughly enjoyed the tour with host, SJ, and gleaned New knowledge of an area, its past and current inhabitants and its incredibly rich ethnic heritage. Come wearing comfy shoes and an appetite!! Well done, SO, and Montral Jewish Museum folks!

, Aug 2016

Amazing tour. We ate a ridiculous amount of food, saw Montreal cultural icons, and learned about the fascinating history of immigration to the city. What more could you ask for?

, Aug 2016

This tour was excellent once it got going. Magdalena was our guide she's in charge of their summer fellowship programs. She was very knowledgeable and engaging. HOWEVER, I strongly recommend that you call the host company the day before or the day of to confirm your tour. Despite the fact that they had current phone and email contacts for us, when no one showed up at the appointed time and place, I called and was told the tour was cancelled. Only after I protested strongly did they somehow free up Magdelana for the tour.

, Jul 2016

Highly recommended. This was a great combination of history, samples of a variety of delicious Jewish foods both old and modern, and a nice interaction with a small group.

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