The North Vancouver Food tour will take you through the cobbled streets of Vancouver’s oldest neighborhood while enjoying 8 tastings.
- Discover local food and beverages at unique restaurants, shops and pubs.
- Visit 10 stops that are perfect for the traveling foodie
- Enjoy everything from candied salmon to Peruvian delicacies
Join us today to explore North Vancouver’s Lower Lonsdale neighborhood, home to Vancouver’s emerging foodie scene! A scenic fifteen-minute sea bus ride from Vancouver’s downtown Waterfront Station will bring you to Vancouver’s North Shore and the famous Lonsdale Quay market.
On this 2.5-hour food tour, you will learn about the historic ship building industry and early settlers to the area as you savor a delicious culinary experience. While sampling some delicious foods from local vendors, you will get to know the exciting area of Lower Lonsdale area (LoLo).
Enjoy candied salmon, brie, and pear pizza, local BC wines, craft beer, freshly made salsa and guacamole, juicy meatloaf, calamari, homemade soups, gluten-free goodies, and exotic Peruvian delicacies.
This tour takes you down Gastown’s main street, where you’ll be able to sample delectable dishes unique to Vancouver and Canada, all while feeling as though you’re strolling through a little European town.
Our culinary tour is precisely planned to hit your taste buds in all the right spots as we travel from place to place through town. On our Vancouver Secret Food Tour, you’ll get to sample a variety of meals that locals adore. They are eateries that you will not find in any other city, and they are produced with fresh and local products.
We’ve built a partnership with these local businesses that guarantee excellent service. Everything revolves around you on a personalized tour! Our start times are far more flexible, and days may become available. It’s a much more personal and intimate encounter. You won’t have to shout over other tourists; your questions will be addressed, and you’ll feel like a local!
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