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St. Lawrence Market and Old Toronto Food Tour

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  • Experience Toronto’s multicultural food scene all in one afternoon
  • Go with a guide: Sheer amount of eateries can be overwhelming alone
  • Hear little-known historical anecdotes you won’t find in guidebooks
St. Lawrence Market and Old Toronto Food Tour
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Get a taste of Toronto’s multicultural history on a leisurely food and walking tour of Old Town. Visit the area’s gems as you listen to little-known anecdotes about its turbulent history. The tour ends at St. Lawrence Market, which can be overwhelming to navigate alone. Follow your guide through the market to enjoy 14 samples representing a diverse range of cuisines.
What to Expect

The tour begins in the morning at St. Lawrence Market. Fuel up for day with freshly-baked croissants and a hot drink from an independent coffee shop.

Start the tour at Toronto’s oldest church, home to one of Canada’s most prized stained-glass collections. As you make your way through Old Town, your guide provides a historical overview of the city and points out landmarks you may not have recognized on your own.

Circle back to St. Lawrence Market for an array of food samplings, including Jewish bagels, Ukrainian pierogies, and Indian candy. With over 100 vendors, the market can be overwhelming—let your guide navigate to the best stalls for you.

Reviews (63)
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Reviewed yesterday
Our Guide

Susan was an excellent tourist guide, we appreciate all attention that she gave us. She show interesting food of Toronto, we enjoy.

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Damian A
Reviewed 3 days ago
Great Food

Take this tour and get a taste of Toronto's food. We spent the afternoon munching on food and enjoying the city.

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank Klohr
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Go hungry, and taste all of Europe

Great story telling about the growth of Toronto into an international city tied into the history of the market...and the food. Portuguese, Russian, French pastries, sausages and cheese and it is all authentic. Somewhere in here, you eat bagels from the oldest bagel bakery in...More

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank Jerry G
Reviewed December 1, 2018
St. Lawrence Market Food Tour

Great way to start to get into our Christmas spirit. Chef Scott began by giving us a tour of the market and explaining some of the history of the market. My only regret is that he was not wearing a microphone for all of us...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank 173HelenM
Reviewed November 13, 2018 via mobile
Very nice tour

Nice tour with a lot of history about Toronto. A nice way to get to know the city. There was plenty of foodsamples, so we didnt leave the tour hungry. The food was nice and we got to try some stuff we probably hadnt try...More

2  Thank susannehasse
Chef Scott S, Owner at Toronto Food Tours Inc., responded to this reviewResponded November 14, 2018

Thanks so much for the kind words -- we pride ourselves on our full portion sizes so we're glad you left satisfied!

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August 16, 2018|
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Response from kmcgardener | Reviewed this property |
Many of the samples do have gluten. Check with Chef Scott about substitutes . While tasting is a big part of the tour, a large part is outside the Market. It focuses on interesting history, particularly food history, of the... More
Joanne A
July 18, 2018|
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Response from Claire F | Reviewed this property |
There is some street parking, but also a garage very close by. Like others have said, costs vary by tour company, but it’s defiy worth the. OST for the amount of food you get.
Matthew M
June 4, 2018|
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Response from Claire F | Reviewed this property |
Ours was a full 4 hours. It was incredibly well paced though.