- What to Expect
- Where to Meet
Highlights of the Evening Old Québec City Food Tour:
- We make a total of 3+ stops dedicated to Quebec City’s best local food. Enough for lunch. Come hungry!
- Adult tickets include a glass of local wine (2 oz) and Québecois gin selected to pair perfectly with the food.
- This 1.8-km (1.1-mile) walking tour takes in noteworthy sites, such as Château Frontenac, City Hall, an old prison and a restored monastery, as your guide shares many historical and personal anecdotes.
- Includes all food & drinks and a charming and certified tour guide
This tour can be privatize for a group of friends or for a team building event. Contact us here directly to organize a private tour
Old Québec City Food Tour – Tasting Locations
Food stops change
Why take the Old Quebec City food Tour?
It’s no secret that Old Quebec is a top Canadian destination. Its historical architecture, monuments, cobblestone streets, reputable restaurants and buzzing activities are only some of what make it such a unique and exciting place. We have hand-picked the best, most notable eateries in the area while making sure we include a variety of traditional Québécois fare. Taking the Old Quebec Food Tour then means getting the very best of the old town, with your very own tour guide! We also bring you to hidden historical gems and architectural sites you may have otherwise missed! All this with the added bonus of having a local tour guide, who will share their own tips, secrets, and anecdotes about the area.
What to expect from the Old Quebec City Food Tour?
One-of-a-Kind Food Tasting — The The Old Quebec City Food Tour is a 3-hour guided walking tour, with 5 tasting locations showcasing the passionate food community residing in Old Quebec. Each stop is its own unique foodie universe: from a rustic sugar-shack style experience to a gin distillery, historic monastery and traditional French bakery! The food tastings you’ll enjoy are enough to fill you up like a hearty, satisfying lunch… so be sure to bring your appetite! Some examples of the bites are: a delicious twist on traditional Québécois pea soup and pâté chinois, a bistro style Brisket, mashed potatoes, vegetables and gravy., croissants, maple taffy, sucre à la crème… and more! All tastings are included in the ticket price.
Historic & Cultural Experience – The Old Quebec City Food Tour is much more than just a food tour! In between delicious bites, we stop at a variety of historical landmarks and unique Old Quebec sights. We’ll take you to Quebec City’s famous Swiss clock, Dufferin Terrace by the St. Lawrence River, as well as what just might be the tiniest house in North America, and much more! As we walk through the windy streets, the guide will speckle your tour with the city’s quirky and sometimes surprising history! The result is an immersive experience of Old Quebec, both delicious and informative!
Where do the Old Quebec City Food Tour starts?
We meet at La Buche Restaurant at 49 Saint-Louis Street.
$98.95 CAD + taxes & feeds – Includes wine & local gin pairing or craft mocktails: $49.95* Young children (age 0-7): $25* *All prices are in Canadian Dollars. A $3 booking fee per ticket and 14.96% taxes is added on the total amount.Use promo code : FOODFRIENDS10 for a 10% discount
Everyday from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
All ages and fitness levels. No pets please.
Maximum 16 people per tour.
GROUP AND PRIVATE TOURS
Offered on request and depending on availability. Just fill out the form in our private and group tours page.
Runs rain or shine, snow or even in extreme snowstorms! (40% of the tour takes place indoors). We highly recommend you bring appropriate clothing for the winter season and sun protection in the summer.
SPECIAL FOOD REQUESTS
Please note that the Mile End Food Tour includes vegetarian, lactose intolerant and vegan options during the summer season. The Mile End Food Tour is unfortunately not gluten free friendly in it’s current version. Please be advised that the food substitutes for the gluten free option are mostly not available on this tour.
If you’re an early bird, we suggest you have a small breakfast before coming. If not, you can also skip your breakfast and come directly to the food tour.
Tickets must be purchased before 10 AM on any given tour date. We recommend booking your tickets in advance as most of the tours tend to sell out.
The number of paid parking spots is limited in the streets of Old Quebec. There is also underground parking available at City Hall. More information will be sent in your booking confirmation email.