Historical Food Tours Paris
Experience the City of Lights in a new historical and tasteful light!
Taste Paris history
The historical background of French food goes back to medieval times. Paris is one of the cities that has preserved its culinary roots in time while embracing modern flavours. These new flavours have elements from various periods that have marked the history of France, which ending up in creating one of the most fantastic culinary cultures in the world. Join us!
You will see how Parisians act, what they like to eat and drink, how the city became the picture that you’re witnessing now.
Wonderful hours spent having an authentic Parisian experience! This tour was the highlight of our trip. We had a wonderful time experiencing the city from a local’s point of view.
I went on this tour with my wife. We had a lovely time, filled with delicious food and great wine. Our tour guide was excellent and extremely passionate about the places and the French culinary history.
This is the best way to discover the Saint-Germain quarter. I came as a solo traveler and I must say this tour is a great opportunity to meet other people.
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What you get
- 3 hours of guided food tour with a historical flavour
- 5 stops
- Friendly small groups
- An enthusiastic and qualified local English-speaking guide
- Exciting insights about the history of the French cuisine and culture
- A culinary blast experience
- French Bread & Baguettes
- Various French Cheeses
- Parisian Croissant
- Special Chocolates
- Our Historical Dish
- French wines (red and white)
- Coffee / Tea
- Non alcoholic options
We like to see you smile at the end of the tour
Our tour stops
Explore our tour stops!
It’s time for you to enter the regional cheese world and understand why we have a different type of cheese for each day of the year.
Taste a delicious Parisian croissant while the culinary story and history of the capital city is whispered to you.
We continue our adventure with the history of local French baguettes and breads at a Parisian boulangerie.
Delight yourself with the history of famous French wines and understand their importance in our daily lives.
We move forward to a local butcher shop where we will taste delicious fine sausage and delicate sliced ham.
Be ready for the tour highlight! Let the city’s charm envelop you while you savour all the tour delights. A traditional gourmet crepe will complete your culinary experience.
It’s time for a coffee/tea in one of the most notable places in Paris. Step into the oldest parisian café, the same place as Napoleon and Voltaire once visited.
Is it possible to have a more glorious end than some delightful hand made macaroons and local chocolates?
Times have changed, but the Saint-Germain Quarter remains one of the most classically Parisian districts. Its historical streets tell the story of many writers and artists whose paths have entered one of the small cafés, attracted and inspired by the diversity and atmosphere of non-conformism.
Historical cafés, bookstores, upscale art galleries, restaurants and designer boutiques, Saint-Germain has them all, making it one of the most enjoyable and unique places in Paris. Our tour will end near the Luxembourg Gardens, one of the most beautiful and popular sites the city has to offer.
Taste Paris history as locals do
How to book a tour
It’s simple! Just go to the ‘Book Now’ section or click below in order to BOOK your free tour. You will need to book the tour directly on our website, as we only accept online payment. Our tours begin at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays and last around two hours.
We recommend you to take this tour on the first days of your stay, as it is a great way to learn more about the culinary history of Paris, as well as to discover tips and tricks on how to get around in the city.
If our tour is fully booked or if you wish to make a group reservation, please do not hesitate to contact us regarding the possibility of a private tour.
For further questions, please email us and we will get back to you as soon as possible.