Eat your way through one of the National Geographics Best Food Market in the World with a scrumptious Toronto food tour to St. Lawrence Market and Old Town.
- Led by a local Culinary Professional.
- Tour National Geographics “Best Food Market in the World”
- Visit one of Toronto’s oldest neighborhoods and taste where Toronto all began.
- Enjoy 14 tastings at 12 different shops & Eateries
- Taste the iconic “Peameal Bacon Sandwich,” Toronto’s official dish
- Sample Canadian Game Meat & “Indian Candy”
- Enjoy a Local Ontario Cheeses & Charcuterie
- Satisfy your sweet tooth with a traditional “Butter Tart”
Taste where Toronto began! Over 200 years ago, aboriginals traded goods from war canoes and fished for salmon on the shores of Lake Ontario behind where the market stands today.
You’ll meet your guide at the main entrance to St. Lawrence Market, where you’ll enjoy a sample of freshly baked croissants. Then, join us on a short walk around the old town for a brief history lesson before we enter the market to taste Portuguese treats, authentic Jewish bagels, Indian candy, local Ontario cheeses, genuine Ukrainian perogies, butter tarts, and the iconic peameal bacon sandwich enjoyed by several famous chefs including Emeril Lagasse, Anthony Bourdain, and Guy Fieri. Learn how one of the richest, most powerful, and most famous women in the world learned her business acumen selling carrots in the market’s basement.
If you love food and you love history, you will love this tour!
Top attractions in Toronto
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Toronto and Canada travel guides
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Cheap flights and hotels discounts for Toronto
The peak season for flights to Toronto is May, June and September. The low season for purchasing tickets is January, February and March.
Toronto is served by these airports: Pearson International Airport, Hamilton Airport and Toronto City Centre Airport. Direct flights to Toronto are offered by 33 airlines .
Toronto and Canada attractions and landmarks
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