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This was the highlight of our trip! Clarise I hope I have that right was fantastic- hit just the right note, incorporating history of the area, some architectural insights, and conversation sprinkled with anecdotes and interesting stories. The seven restaurants/food providers were extremely gracious and delicious. Well worth the money and time!
What a great tour! We loved all of the tastings- our daughter was pregnant and they made her special tastings and non-alcoholic drinks. We even went back to 2 of the restaurants.
If we could give this tour 6 stars, we would. Not only did the three of us sample delicious food from 8 different locations, but Dominico, our guide, introduced us to the people of Trastevere. Of the four stupendous tours we experienced with Viator, this one was our favorite.
Clarisse was an amazing guide on a well-designed tour of eating places and traditional Quebec cuisine items. Each stop nicely completed a part of the food spectrum from the obligatory and expected Poutine to farm-to-table wild game. Just a nibble and a small drink at most of the seven stops, so not a dinner replacement, but a very nice appetizer.
Neal gave us some excellent examples of local food-- I wish that we had done the tour earlier in the week so we could go back to some of the places we visited. There were only 4 of us, so we got lots of attention and were able to get in and out of the venues quickly and move on to the next stop.
super tour-guide excellent-experienced learned new foods and some good wine!
This tour was wonderful! The food and drinks sampling was fun, tasty an interesting. We walked to areas of Quebec that we had not thought to go. Be sure to do this tour when in Quebec City.
The guide was clever and provided just enough information about the city and the food. He was crystal clear about what the tour was and was not. It was a great experience and the tastes of Quebec were great!
The food tour guide, Richard, wove in historical vignettes about Old Quebec. He took us to seven amazing stops that featured local and traditional restaurants and shops. He was so friendly and knowledgeable. We loved the places Richard introduced us to that we ended up eating and drinking at four of the same locations the next day - we were too full to try the last three.
Thank you for the amazing historical lessons while on this absolutely delicious food tour.
Simon was a fantastic guide. There were 5 of us and we enjoyed this tour immensely. We were only disappointed that we did not get to do the beer stop that as described in the description of the tour. Would recommend this tour!
Fantastic walking tour of Old Quebec that also included food and beverages. Jocelyn was our guide and took us to visit restaurants and pubs to sample smoked salmon with maple syrup, karibu, local honey, wild boar pate, smoked chicken club, poutine, apple cider and maple syrups and candies. Very informative tour, but a lot of walking. We would highly recommend this tour to those who want a taste of the city.
Quebec is a fun place, lovely, mid-sized and approachable with enough French culture to make one feel as if being abroad.
Danny took us on an interesting and delicious tour of Montreal - the Food Market, which was fabulous, and out of the way cafes that we would never have experienced. We highly recommend this tour.
Very much enjoyed tasting the food and drink that was local for the city. Enjoyed the various restaurants environments. Our tour guide as well as those that we met at each stop were very informative about the different foods that we were eating.
We were delighted when our guide for the second walking tour of the day turned out to be Jocelyn. Her knowledge and enthusiasm really make the tour. Enjoyed learning the back stories of the foodie places we visited, as well as the abundant variety of tasty samples. In a city known for delicious French food, this was a great introduction. While it is nearly a requirement to try the local specialty, I must admit that I am not a poutine-lover. But you won't find better tomatoes anywhere!
Simon was an excellent guide and host. After checking in, we were told by office staff to wait outside. We saw a group of folks with the same type ID stickers, so we joined them only to discover that we had joined the French-speaking tour! Oops. As we were heading back inside, Simon recognized us as belonging to HIS group and brought us into the fold. After explaining a few ground rules, we started off. Simon spent time getting to know each of us. He is very knowledgeable of the history of Keh-bec proper pronunciation! and the food scene there. By keeping us moving at a brisk pace, we were able to spend a good amount of time in each venue. We needed to leave the tour early as we had to be back to our cruise ship before the tour's end, and Simon was kind enough to call a taxi for us to make sure we got back timely. All the foods we tasted were quite unique and flavorful. If/when we return to Quebec, we will definitely do this again.
Wonderful food walking tour. Jocelyn was an excellent guide. Knowlegeable about Quebec and her love of the city is evident. The choices for food samplings were excellent and fun! Length of tour and distance covered was appropriate. Would recommend this tour!
thank you Simon for an enjoyable walk around areas of Quebec City i would like to go back to and explore more. i would encourage doing this early on your stay so you can return to these sights and enjoy the tasty treats they offer- not only was the food stops well narrated but we got a lot of historical stories and a few options of recipes to try-
Great tasting tour, great tour guide, Richard - really enjoyed the afternoon.
The tour was very informative about different foods and how they are part of Quebec's history. Judith was a great tour guide and took us to 7 very unique and tasty places, including real crepes, maple sugar confections and poutine etc. We really enjoyed this tour and highly recommend it. Does involve a fair amount of walking but at a leisurely pace. .
Richard was awesome! A must for Quebec newbies.
Ken and Lola Ross
Our small-group food tour was great despite the rainy weather. Robert, our tour guide, managed to find a way to have us inside during the worst of the rain. His knowledge of the city and his ability to take us to places we would not have otherwise known about, such as the Ursuline church, were also much appreciated. The restaurants we visited were all really interesting and the each had a staff member who greeted us warmly and provided us with excellent information about their menu. We ended up going back to Tournebroche for our special night out meal.
One of our favorite food tours. Lots of food and drink provided and at a nice easy walking pace. Very enjoyable.
Delightful guide and informative. Most of the places visited were great. Not a desert fan - so the chocolate and maple stops were not a hit with me, but others may love them. Consider the tour a real bargain. Would do again.
We really enjoyed the tour. Went back to some of the restaurants for some of out favorite bites. Also, our five year old daughter was the only kid in the group. Everywhere we had a tasting they had something special an non alcoholic ready for her to drink. Fun and informative.
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