Taste the best that Quebec City has to offer as you eat like a local on this small-group food walking tour. Over the course of 15 tastings spread across seven venues you’ll cover some of the region’s most delicious specialty foods, offering the perfect chance to savor the many flavors of this historic city.
Start your walking tour from the Quebec Tourist Information Center at 1:45pm, meeting your guide to begin your food-focused exploration. During the course of your experience, feel free to ask your knowledgeable guide about the various delicacies and districts you’ll explore during the visit.
Head into the charming cobblestone streets of Old Quebec, its narrow walkways lined by 17th and 18th century façades, weaving your way past the area’s wealth of plazas and leafy parks. Stop by la Bûche, where you’ll sample traditional Quebec cuisine with a twist, before heading to Le Tournerbroche to taste their famous organic rotisserie accompanied by a glass of wine. You’ll also get to savor that most iconic of Canadian of food products, maple syrup.
Continue walking through the bohemian streets of nearby St-Jean-Baptiste, a neighborhood that’s known as the home of Quebec’s Parliament, its Park of French America and the Grand Theatre. Belly up to the bar at a local pub, where you’ll quaff a few of its 40-plus microbrews. Then head to a nearby French bistro to sample some tasty morsels prepared with button, bacon and cheese along with a glass of organic wine. Finish your food exploration at a creperie and then a chocolate shop and museum, where you can satisfy your sweet tooth.