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Roncesvalles hosts a bevvy of delicious food shops and restaurants. From melt in your mouth pastries to steamy perogies, there are delectable bites and beverages for everyone's tastebuds. Join us on a Food Nook Tour and indulge in delicious samples...more
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
2201 Dundas St W, Toronto, Ontario M6R 1X5, Canada
We had a delightful visit with 5 merchants and sampled generous goodies all under the guidance of our friendly tour guide. Highly recommend this for a tasty, inexpensive foodie adventure. Lots of goodies purchased.
The tour of Roncesvalles I booked with Food Nook Tours was interesting, funny and delicious! I live and work in Toronto but decided to go on this tour with a friend visiting from out of town. I thoroughly enjoyed learning about the history of the...More
I highly recommend Food Nook Tours! My friend and I went and Bria was wonderful, super knowledgeable and easy to talk to - it felt like we had been friends for years! The places she took us were delicious, with tons of generous samples. I...More
My girlfriends and I booked a Food Nook Tour as an afternoon activity during a bachelorette party this past July. We had such a great time! Bria knew so much about the neighborhood and introduced us to a wide variety of shops & restaurants which...More
I took Food Nook tours last week with a couple of friends. I had never really been to the Roncesvalles neighbourhood before so it was great to get to know it! Bria leads a great tour, letting us know the history of the area as...More
Date of experience: October 2016
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