Old Montreal Food Tour
Monday to Saturday
Soupe Soup Restaurant
This 3 hour gourmet tour guided walking tour brings you on a culinary voyage through Montreal’s most historical district. You will walk through European style cobblestone streets to 5 different tasting locations, stopping at significant historical landmarks, 4 of our tasting locations are sit down restaurants, including one brewpub with local craft beer.
First you will be meeting your local guide at the Crew Cafe one of a kind experience, you will enter one of Montreal's most historic banks and enjoy a delicious smoked salmon bagel at the same time. Hoping to the next stop you will visit Cookie Stefanie this local gluten free baker will serve us their personal favorite treat, gluten free carrot cake.
In between food tastings you will visit historical sights, learning about Montreal’s culture and history in a fresh. Then you will be heading to Taberna this modern Portuguese eatery serves a Montreal classic with a decadent twist, fries, gravy, Portuguese chicken and chorizo.
At the end of the tour you will be hoping to Bistro Les Soeurs Grises a brewpub named after Montreal's historic Grey Nuns, here you will be savoring local beer along with smoked duck breast and local sausage. Finally, you will visit the Soupe Soup where you will experience a Quebecois classic, pouding chomeur, and learn how this desert represents so well Quebec's culinary culture ending your tour here.
Tour Tickets (may vary by date)
|General (P/P)||64.00 (CAD)|
|Children (0-7 years)||17.00 (CAD)|
|Children (7-13 years)||39.00 (CAD)|
- 5 Food stops, including 3 sit down restaurants and 1 brewpub.
- We do not recommend parking on the street, as the maximum is 2 hours and our tour is 3 hours.
- The Old Montreal Food Tour is not vegan friendly. We have vegetarian, or gluten free replacements available.
All tickets are non refundable and non exchangeable.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are tours offered only in English? Or in French?
Our standard tours operate in English currently. Please note that we can offer private tours in French on demand.
How much food is served on the food tour?
Local Montreal Tours serve enough food that for most participants, lunch afterwards is not necessary. With the combination of drink and food tastings along with breaks for architectural, cultural, and historical insight, most participants are comfortably full after our food tours.
What about taking children on the tour?
While we offer both adolescent and children tickets, the tours range 3 hours in length and some children have a limited attention span and therefore the tour may not be appropriate for some of them. Parents, who know their children best, should assess the situation individually. Since there is a lot of standing and walking, please consider this when deciding whether the tour is appropriate for your child.