• Location: Victoria, Canada
  • Duration: 2 hours (approx.)
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Treat your taste buds to a walking food tour of Victoria’s bustling Fort & Blanshard Streets. Once known as Antique Row for its abundance of vintage shops, this hip neighborhood is now filled with trendy restaurants, modern boutique shops, and home to the arts district. Follow a local gourmet guide to some of the best eateries in the area including a tea salon, a European-style deli, an authentic taqueria, Middle-Eastern street food, and more. Chat with shop owners and chefs along the way to gain insight into Victoria’s thriving culinary scene. Group size is limited to 12 for a more personalized tasting experience.


  • 2-hour guided food walking tour along Victoria’s Fort & Blanshard Streets
  • Visit seven different eateries and taste more than 15 samples of local food & beverages
  • Samples include: tea, tacos, charcuterie, baked goods, herb-infused soda, falafel, Italian street food, and more
  • Learn about Fort Street’s history and pick up recommendations on where to eat and shop on your own
  • Sights include St.Andrew’s Cathedral and the famous Russell Books
  • Enjoy personalized attention on this small-group tour limited to 12 people

What You Can Expect

Fort Street Food Walking Tour in Victoria

Good eats on Fort Street

Customer Reviews

Francine A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

We loved this walking tour, enjoyed local tea and other yummy treats.


4 star rating: Recommended September 2016

We enjoyed our tour and the distance between locations was a bit long but reasonable. Not all the food we tasted was what we liked to eat, but s few things were very good. Overall we enjoyed our tour and the unique Antique Row area.

Sally M

4 star rating: Recommended July 2016

It was interesting but the tour hide rambled on a bit too much.

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