This was one of my favorite side trips and an unexpected one! Food was great, guide was wonderful! Great way to expose you to new foods and some interesting food history
London’s culinary scene is fast becoming one of Europe’s most exciting. Ensure you experience the best of the capital’s gourmet offerings on this 3.5-hour walking tour of the City and Southwark Borough. Alongside a gastronome guide, you’ll visit more than 12 eateries to sample English classics such as fish and chips, scones, and scotch eggs. Visit the renowned Borough Market, taste locally produced cheese, and learn about London’s culinary culture. Small-group tour limited to 10 people.
Your tour begins at London Bridge station, where you’ll greet your local guide and receive a historical overview of London’s culinary culture. Head first to Borough Market, a foodie mecca home to stalls selling everything from scallops and cider to sausages and chutney.
Over the course of 3.5 hours, you’ll visit more than 12 hand-picked locations that showcase the best of London’s food scene. Feast on locally produced cheese; relish the crisp outer coating of a scotch egg; visit Shakespeare’s favorite pub; and savor sweet candy made according to a 150-year-old recipe.
Conclude your tour with a traditional English cream tea, featuring scones smothered in clotted cream and fragrant tea. Bid your guide farewell at London Bridge station.
Thanks to Mr Kevin Bond who guided us through this food tasting tour. We had a very good time and was given so much interesting information on the way. This tour is by no means cheap, but we found it worth it and can recommend...More
We took this tour with my niece who wants to pursue a career in culinary. Our guide Kevin Bond was great!! He was knowledgeable about the history of London and the impact of the food. He was extremely friendly and made the experience a pleasure....More
Kevin Bond was an amazing guide! We were lucky that we had just three people in our tour. (Four others were lost/late, so another guide met them later.) We started in the Borough market and had meat pies, fish & chips, oysters & cheese. We...More