Paris Small-Group Gourmet Food Tour With Optional Lunch And Wine Tasting

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Free Cancellation
  • Duration: 2 Hrs
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  • Departure Time :
    10:30 AM
  • Departure Details :
    √Čtienne Marcel, 75001 Paris, France
  • Return Details :
    Jean Louis La Nuit, 66 Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 75001 Paris, France
  • Cancellation Policy :
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


Take a 3-hour gourmet Food tour of France with this small-group walking tour. Sample a variety of delicious regional specialties from Paris traditional heritage Food district; then enjoy a flight of French wines with a typical French lunch. Your guide will lead you to the bGare de l|est spots in this area: sample breads, cheeses, charcuterie, pastries, and chocolates, lovingly produced by skilled artisans from across the country. Then you'll end the tour in an award-winning wine bar, where the local produce and fare will be paired with a flight of leading wines, for an authentic and delicious French lunch. The maximum group size for this tour is 12 people.


Small-group tour

Lunch included

Snacks and Beverages included

Led by a local guide

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Meet your guide and small group at theEtienne Marcel metro station in Paris, where you'll begin your tour of the bGare de l|est of French regional gastronomy. Start in a local bakery, in typical French style, with a coffee and a buttery croissant. Learn about how these specialties are made, along with traditional, organic breads. Your guide will pick up some baguettes here to enjoy later in the tour.

The Les Halles quarter of Paris is traditionally known as the belly of Paris. Once home to the huge, teeming Food market that fed the city each day, it remains today a mecca for Food lovers, the streets lined with specialty Food stores, restaurants, cafs and kitchen supplies. Join the local Parisians as they shop for their daily groceries, and take a stroll along its most animated street, the rue Montorgeuil, stopping along the way at favorite boutiques. Savor tasty Artisan cheeses from across France in a traditional, local fromagerie, and delicate flavored fine chocolates from an Artisan chocolatier. Then its time for a visit to the oldGare de l|est (and possibly most beautiful) patisserie in Paris, founded by the baker to Queen Marie in 1730 - also the inventor of the Baba au rhum. Winners of several awards, including BGare de l|est Chocolate Eclair, choose your favorite pastries to be savored later over lunch. The last stop is a beautifully restored epicerie, where you'll try traditional delicacies from the South WGare de l|est of France.

Your expert guide will also point out a centuries-old oyster house (the oysters were originally rushed to Paris by horse), as well as will highlight traditional butchers, fishmongers, and grocers as you wander along this fascinating street. For the cooks among you, particularly pastry lovers, dont miss the wonderful suppliers of kitchenware and ingredients, including one of the oldest supply stores in Paris.

The tour ends at an award winning wine bar, where the days' discoveries collected will be paired with a flight of top-class French wines, served by a sommelier. Sample wines from three different regions, and discover and how to pair each wine with your Food. Your gourmet tour concludes with a typical picnic-style lunch with wine.


Guided walking tour

Visit local artisan producers and taste regional specialties

Flight of wine at an award winning wine bar

Picnic style lunch with local produce bought during your tour to accompany your wine

Bottled water


Fully accredited local guide



Coffee and/or Tea

Alcoholic Beverages


Hotel pick up/drop off


Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Wheelchair accessible

A moderate amount of walking is involved, we recommend you wear comfortable shoes

The minimum drinking age in France is18 years. Participants uder 18 will not be served wine on the tour.

Please advise of any specific dietary requirements at time of booking

A vegetarian option is available: please advise at time of booking if required

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 12 travelers

Traveler Reviews

  • 27-Sep-2017

    This rateing is long overdue. This was the best tour we have ever been on! We were fed breakfast, snacked on cheeses, meats, chocolates, desert pastries, then we had lunch and wine! This tour was well worth the money, and gave us a Paris experience we would never have gotten on our own. The tour guide was amazing! The vendors were kind, and educated us on the food...each time our guide took us somewhere new I was more and more amazed at the quality and quantity this tour offers. I cannot say enough good things. The guide herself was wonderful! She seemed more like a friend you haven't seen in a while, who was eager to show you the real Parisian experience than a formal boring tour guide with a script. If you are thinking of booking any tour in this one!!!!

  • 07-Sep-2017

    This is the best food tour I have ever been on! Not only do you get to taste so many different types of French food but you also have breakfast, lunch and a wine tasting. We met our fantastic guide Caroline at 10.30 and after a short tour we arrived at a small bakery where we had a typical French breakfast with coffee and French pastries. The croissant I had was so delicious you could really taste the butter. You could also see where the baker made the bread and pastries. After breakfast we moved on to a really famous patisserie and our guide told us about the history of the place and then we got to taste a yummy mini eclair and choose a dessert for later. Next it was time for the chocolate stop and there were so many to choose from. Now it was time for some savoury food and our guide took us to a beautiful cheese shop which had 100s of cheeses displayed in their window. Our fourth stop was in a restaurant where we tried a selection of their home made pates, hams, sausages and to top it off, foie gras!! The tour ended in a small wine bar where we tasted 3 glasses of wine while the sommelier explained the different types of wine, their tastes and where they were made. The wine was accompanied by a lunch that the guide had bought at the places we had visited during the tour. The tour was so enjoyable because our guide, Caroline, was fun, friendly and passionate. Each place we visited and each food we tried was accompanied by stories that linked the food with the French culture and history. Definitely Money Well Spent! Thank you so much Caroline and Memories.