- 139 Ratings
Three Hour New Orleans Food Walking Tour
Taste world renowned dishes from the most visited eateries in New Orleans' French Quarter, on a culture-centric walking food tour.
What You Will Do
- Sample selections from classic New Orleans restaurants featured in iconic cookbooks and foodie blogs
- Enjoy tasting your way through the culture rich French Quarter with knowledgeable guides that will give you an insider advantage
- Customize your food tour experience by letting your guide know which food items you'd like to taste most
- Three hour walking tour
- Six to seven food and beverage stops with tastings
Tastings may include chargrilled oysters, seafood gumbo, muffuletta, and beignets. Tasting offerings subject to change.
Please bring comfortable shoes, water, and an umbrella or poncho. Guide gratuities are appropriate and appreciated. Tours happen rain or shine.
- 139 Ratings
I enjoyed the history, food, etc. it was a little heavy on the food. It would have been nice to have had a signature cocktail vs boudin ball.
Our tour guide Susan was so fun! She asked us specifically what we wanted out of our trip to New Orleans and gave us many great suggestions for other things to go and places to go. Highly reccommend a food tour to get a taste of everything
Lisa was nice. Good walking and food.
Wanda was great!
3 hour tour, the food was good, but we didn't start eating until almost the 2nd hour.
This was more a history and architecture tour with snacks than a food tour. I never really learned the difference in Creole and Cajun FOOD but I can tell you the history of the cultures. Also, non-traditional gumbo (without okra? Sorry, it's not gumbo) and a non--traditional creole dish (horseradish is not commonly used) do not really show you the true nature of either type of food. The tour guide was lovely and the amount of food tastings fine, but I expected a food tour, not an architecture and history tour.
Expected more food. Guide did a fantastic job but as a foodie tour it was very weak on food.
Could have had a bit more food. Beignets not included and no seafood other than a bit in the gumbo.
Due to the glitch in the reservation systems, there were about twice of many people as the tour was really designed to accommodate. However, the tour guide did an excellent job of adapting to the challenge and the tour was still enjoyable.
We were told their reservation system which had just been upgraded created a merged reservation list. It booked twice as many people for the tour so we had 23 people with one guide. Lisa did her best but it was too large of a crowd. Food stops were good, however.