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Faites la dégustation des origines de Toronto. Il y a plus de 200 ans, les Aborigènes échangeant des marchandises dans des canoës de guerre et pêchaient le saumon sur les rives du lac Ontario, derrière l’endroit où se situe aujourd’hui le marché St. Lawrence. Participez à une balade guidée de 3 heures dans le centre historique pour une brève leçon d’histoire avant d’entrer dans le marché et de déguster des friandises portugaises, d’authentiques bagels juifs, des bonbons indiens, des fromages de l’Ontario, de véritables pierogis ukrainiens, des tartes au beurre et l’emblématique sandwich au peameal bacon apprécié par plusieurs chefs célèbres, comme Emeril Lagasse, Anthony Bourdain et Guy Fieri. Vous apprendrez comment l’une des femmes les plus riches, les plus puissantes et les plus célèbres au monde a appris le sens des affaires en vendant des carottes au niveau inférieur du marché. Si vous êtes passionné de découvertes culinaires et d’histoire, cette excursion est faite pour vous.
Once the tour started it was very interesting with a professional tour-guide. Very good impression of the historic parts of old Toronto.The problem was the starting time of the tour; we were not informed correctly about the time: on the confirmation voucher was stated start 14.00hrs. but, meeting point and time: 10.00hrs.! So we had to wait about 4 hrs if not we could have lost our money and tour!
Our tour of St. Lawrence Market and Old Toronto led by Ariel was fantastic! He did an outstanding job of mixing facts and fun for a great experience. I have done a number of similar tours and this one is high on the list! This is a must do for people visiting the area. Thanks for a great day!
Taking a food tour in the Old Toronto part of town turned into a very interesting and delicious experience, Our tour guide, John, was a pro, and gave us interesting pieces of info accompanied by food. It was great to hear about why Toronto is called
Of all the things we did this was by far the most interesting and worth the money. Our guide was knowledgeable and knew his food and Toronto history. Though the order of eating would have been different if I were in charge, by no means was it skimpy. You cannot leave this tour hungry unless you choose to. The stands you are eating from have been in families for generations and they bantered with the guide and answered questions. Every dollar I spent on this was worthwhile, along giving up my strict paleo diet for a day! I would recommend this tour to anyone, foodie or not. Literally something to eat for any and everyone.
Great tour! A heads up to set your expectations of the timeline... you have coffee and a pastry first thing, then walk around Old Toronto for 1.5hrs no food, THEN come back to the market and try all of the tasties! The food was so good, the tour guide was very knowledgeable and I would definitely recommend this tour!
Chef Scott was very knowledgeable about the food, history and culture of Toronto. He kept us on our feet literally, it was a walking tour with very interesting stories about the city as well as convincing us to try new foods. My boyfriend and I were STUFFED by the end. Such a great variety of foods and desserts and I wish we could have spent all day in that market. I would definitely do it again!
Loved the walking tour, of course we had a beautiful day. John was very knowledgeable, with a great sense of humor. The food we tasted was delicious and so fresh....the Canadian bacon sandwich was best....no, maybe the butter tarts...., no, maybe the cheddar potato pierogis, or the sweet drops!
Although our guide was very informative and we did learn a lot about Toronto, the food choices were not the best. I thought there was too much food and mostly heavy fatty foods. The pea meal bacon sandwich was delicious but then we had too many other heavy options and no walking in between the servings.