Paris Secret Food Tour: Taste of Montmartre
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Pass By: Basilique du Sacre-Coeur de Montmartre, 35 Rue du Chevalier-De-La-Barre, 75018 Paris France
Roman Catholic church and minor basilica, dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, in Paris, France. A popular landmark and the second most visited monument in Paris, the basilica stands at the summit of the butte Montmartre, the highest point in the city.
Pass By: Moulin Rouge, 82 Boulevard de Clichy, 75018 Paris France
A cabaret in Paris, France co-founded in 1889 by Charles Zidler and Joseph Oller. Today, the Moulin Rouge is a tourist attraction, offering musical dance entertainment for visitors from around the world.
Pass By: Place du Tertre, Paris France
A square in the 18th arrondissement of Paris, France which was opened to the public in 1635 as Montmartre village central square. Once frequented by many of Paris's greatest artists, today with its many artists setting up their easels each day for the tourists, the Place du Tertre is a reminder of the time when Montmartre was the mecca of modern art.
Pass By: St. Peter's Market - Dreyfus, 2 Rue Charles Nodier, 75018 Paris, France
It is the largest collection of stores in the Paris region dedicated to fabrics of all kinds. Located in the northern part of Paris, in the 18th Arrondissement
- 3 hours guided food tour of the Montmartre district/6 stops
- A passionate and experienced local guide who speaks English/French
- French Cheeses, 5 tastings
- French pastry
- Crepe or Galette (not available on evening tours)
- Cured sausages/hams
- Mystery Secret Dish
- French Wine Tasting
- Professional guide
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Children must be accompanied by an adult
- Minimum drinking age is 18 years
- The tour isn't accessible for person in wheelchair and with reduced mobility.
We were taken to a chocolate shop, bakery for pastries and bread, a cheese store while walking through the charming neighborhood of Montmarte. Alice, our tour guide was delightful, informative and entertaining. She is a great ambassador for France! After our shared meal in the wine cellar, she gave us a list of restaurant recommendations and emailed us pics and information on all we ate!
Our tour guide was delightful. The food stops were memorable and delicious. Her explanations were thorough and interesting. We ended with a gathering with wine and samples from our walk that day. Terrific experience!
We throughly enjoyed this tour of the Montmartre area as our apartment was in the Pigalle area. Samuel, our guide, as extremely delightful, very knowledgable of the cheese, pastries, bakery, wines and meat products and did an excellent job of shepherding our group through streets of Montmartre. Our meal was enjoyable and just a perfect way to start or stay in Paris.
PJ was great and so was the food and the experience! We would definitely recommend this tour to anyone wanting to visit the region and learn about how to identify and purchase quality food at a French market, what wine, cheese and meat pairings work best and then indulging in the most delicious deserts. PJ knows his stuff and is great at including the history of the area and the food and some of the secrets as to why French food is always made with such quality and attention to detail. Go check it out! My teenage boys and I loved it!
We had a wonderful experience on this tour. Our guide, Emma, was kind and very informative. We talked around the streets of Montmartre and learned about the food and culture of the area.The food was very tasty and definitely left us full at the end of the day!
Our tour guide Ingrid is phenomenal! She took the time to explain everything and answer all our questions. You really get a great feel for Parisian life from a local. Lots of walking, but you wont be disappointed in the experience... or the food.
PJ was great. Extremely knowledgeable. My only criticism is that the tour ran longer than scheduled and we were stuck in a small room for over two hours. It was warm and this portion of the tour should have been shorter. But if you are interested in food keep your fingers crossed that you get PJ.
Our guide Capuchine was great. Food was great all around. Had a great time. Just a great way to see this very eclectic neighborhood
Terrific tour with Christophe. Montmarte was a great place for a walking tour and our guide was very knowledgeable. The second half of the tour was sit down and included a cheese, cured meat and wine tasting, complete with crepes and éclairs. The tour/tasting lasted 4 not 3 hours which was great - but you should know that if you have other tours or dinner reservations the same day. It was so much food - we could not even think about dinner after the tour. Highly recommend - but come hungry!
So much food to taste! Amazing experience if you like to try different foods!
Eleanore was great. I would definitely do this tour!! Well worth the money.
Hugo was the absolute best guide for our Paris Montmartre food tour! He was passionate about the food, wine, and Parisian living. Hugo educated us on Parisian history and taught us what to look for in the shop windows for the best retailers. When we picked up all the ingredients for our tasting, he taught us how to break off a piece of a baguette without flattening the bread. He shared how the best pairing of wine and cheese should be from the same region. We learned so much and enjoyed his tour immensely. I look forward to another future food tour with Hugo!
We did this tour on our first night in Paris. On our walking tour our guide pointed out a lot of really good places to eat that we then went back to during our stay all the places were just as good as she promised they would be. We learned A LOT of French history and got to try many things. I would recommend this tour if you love food, especially trying different things.
We had one night in Paris on our way home from Italy. This tour was such a treat. We met a small group of people and our guide, who was so nice and knowledgeable. I would recommend this tour on your first day in Paris, as the information we learned can help you when shopping for food in the city. We walked to a cheese shop, a butcher, a baker for baguette which was named best baguette in Paris in 2016, buying items at each place while we also had tastings. We also stopped in the most amazing small macaron shop, where we got to try two macarons and two pieces of chocolate - both heavenly. Once we made a few stops, when went to a little place with our items and sat around a table where we learned how to share baguette, got to know our fellow travelers and tasted our bounty. They started us off with sparkling wine, and moved on to red wine with the other items of cheese, cured meats, pates and dessert. Our guide gave us the opportunity to try some items we might not normally try - for some, its checking a box, but you wont know until you try. Aside from those items, we enjoyed great cheeses, meats, wine and bread. It was a lot of fun and became our dinner that evening. What a blast. Cannot recommend enough. We did the 6PM tour.