- 68 Ratings
Two Hour Culinary Tour in Victoria
Embark in a fun filled food journey, exploring Victoria's tasty Fort Street neighborhood, one taste bud at a time. Learn how this neighborhood, that was once known as Antique Row, changed into a hot foodie destination.
What You Will Do
- Take part in a tasty trek along Victoria's happening foodie spot, Fort Street, during a delicious 2 hour walking tour
- Enjoy tasting samples from a variety of hotspots, including The Little Cheese Shop, Choux Choux Charcuterie, La Taquisa, and Crust Bakery
- Salivate over delicious samples of homemade meats, imported cheese, tacos, and dessert
- Make a pitstop at the iconic Terroir Tea Salon for an exclusive tasting of the most delicious tea leaves found in town
- 2 hour food tour with guide
- All food and beverages
Gluten, dairy, and severe peanut allergies cannot be accommodated.
Once purchased, tickets cannot be refunded or rescheduled because your space is being guaranteed on the tour. No partial credits or rescheduling is allowed for partial attendance, no shows, or late arrivals.
- 68 Ratings
We had a group of 8 and we did the Fort and Knife tour. We had a range of food lovers in our group and every single one of us commented afterwards about how much they enjoyed the food tour. I set up the food tour thinking of my husband's food passion - we were in town for his 40th birthday. Mary Lou was a terrific guide and shared the perfect amount of information. I would highly recommend this tour to the average joe and to the food connoisseur. Thank you!
Excellent tour- knowledgeable and interesting guide. Well chosen venues with great variety. An extremely well-worthwhile activity. Thanks.
Hi. Our guide was very good, giving a lot of information about the food, historical descriptions of the area as well as the latest eateries in the area. All good information and delivered well :) Terroir was excellent and a unique experience. We learned a lot and will be back! Hilary's was good, the cheese offering was only okay. I was hoping to try something new and exciting, but it was kept to a safe selection. the presentation was very nice. The fact that Choux Choux was not available was a big disappointment, but of course, this could not be helped. It is probably and anchor for your tour. The replacement was just a normal cafe offering a half of a breakfast sandwich. La Taquisa is a good enough place for tacos etc., but not really a gourmet experience. It was good, but we have been there for a quick bite several times. Crust was very good for the dessert time. Each of the offerings was tasty and two of the three were interesting. Quite a sugar hit at the end. I did not want to put a review in Tripadvisor since it would not have been great. All the best, Merrie Houghton
We were the only two on this most enjoyable and informative tour. We especially liked visiting Hillary's Cheese and Terroir Tea, where the staff shared a lot of information about the products they were in business to sell. Tour guide Cathryn was a good source of information about Victoria's food scene.
Loved the cheese and tea stops with some history given. Meat shop samples good but very little attention a to history. Would have chosen a different taco place or given us a choice of filing (without letting onto the genre). Not very personable at Crust Bakery. Loved Catherine and her knowledge of the neighbor and city history.
We live in Victoria. The Tour was a gift from a friend in Toronto and was a wonderful way to spend an afternoon. Catherine our host was very pleasant, informative and local. The variety of tastings were very good. Victoria's up and coming Epicures are knocking it out of the park! We strongly recommend the Knife and Fork Culinary Tour to locals and visitors. Shannon and Joc