Get reacquainted with the city’s amazing food scene.
Need some help falling back in love with Montreal during these cold winter months?
Why not taking a delightful food tour of Old Port?
The Old Montreal Food Tour, lead by Local Montreal Food Tours, is a three hour walking tour of the best eateries Old Montreal has to offer.
The tour includes 7 stops, 4 sit-down restaurants, a cafe in a historic bank, and a new project by one of Montreal’s most beloved chefs.
Tasting locations include Brit ‘n Chip (for battered cod fish ‘n chips), Cantinho de Lisboa (for Portuguese soup and salad), Crew Cafe (for an aioli spread in a historic building), Cookie Stephanie (for the best duck confit sandwich of your life), Le Petit Depanneur (for a pit stop featuring ice cream and sorbet), Les Soeurs Grises (for local beer and cheese), and Soupe Soup (for the Quebecois classic, pudding chomeur).
In addition to an excellent food experience, participants can expect to learn a ton about the city’s history and culture. Tour guides share stories among the cobblestone streets of Old Montreal, stopping at famous landmarks like the Notre Dame Basilica, Old Port, and Place Jacques Cartier.
The Old Montreal Food Tour
When: 11am Monday to Saturday
Where: Meeting location is Brit ‘n Chips at 433 McGill Street, from there the tour goes all around Old Montreal
Tickets: $54 per person