✔ Guided tour through downtown Toronto and the city’s most popular sights, including Eaton Centre and Toronto City Hall
✔ Explore hidden foodie gems and popular local hangouts
Minimum group size of 4 people and a maximum of 12 people
Sundays at 10:30 AM
Website Special (best price guarantee)*
$69 per person
Free for kids under 7!
*Book on our website to access the Website Special ticket option.
More about the tour
This is THE most important food tour to take in Toronto! No other tour in Toronto has such a unique blend of food and sights – why choose between a food tour and a sightseeing tour when you can have both? On our 2.5 hour Toronto food tour, you’ll explore the hub of downtown Toronto like no other tourist, enjoying the sights and sounds of iconic landmarks in between chowing down on a variety of international foods. Did you know that Toronto is famous for its variety of global cuisine? Find out why as we sample bites from Canadian favourites, popular ethnic eateries and hole-in-the-wall foodie gems that only the locals know about. At the same time, check off the most important tourist sights in Toronto, from City Hall to Eaton Centre, and learn more about the history of Toronto. Simply put, this is a must-do Toronto food tour!
Learned lots of things about the city that I didn’t know before and the cultural stories and food we got to try out really differentiated this tour to other ones we’ve been on elsewhere.5-star TripAdvisor review
Frequently Asked Questions
We’d really rather surprise you, it takes too much of the fun out of the tour to tell you everything you’re eating. But if you insist, contact us. (stores subject to change at our discretion)
The tour can be made vegetarian. For any other restrictions, please ask us before booking via our contact form here as they may be accommodated on a case by case basis. Please mention any dietary restrictions in the ‘Dietary restrictions’ field when booking a tour.
The tour begins by Nathan Phillips Square, just out front of New City Hall, and ends just an 8 minute walk from where we start.
By transit, it is a short walk between the Queen and St. Andrews subway stations. By car, there is paid municipal parking located across the street from the start location. This website on free parking in Toronto may be helpful, but we cannot comment on its reliability.
There are washrooms at multiple locations throughout the tour, including at the start and end point. Your guide can direct you to the best option.
This walking tour covers 3km in total, with up to 10 min of walking between food stops. Not all stops have spots to sit down. The tour is not recommended for people with mobility issues, and who cannot walk or stand for extended periods of time.
Kids under 7 are not given individual samples on the tour. If you would like to receive additional samples for children, you would need to book them as an adult with General Admission. You are more than welcome to share your samples with your little ones.
We highly recommend bringing your own reusable water bottle to keep yourself hydrated. If you choose not to, there are always plenty of options to purchase bottled water during the tour.
We do not offer cancellations. However, emergencies do happen, and we permit rescheduling up to 24 hours before the tour due to illness. If you need to reschedule, please contact us as soon as you can!