Join us as we explore Toronto’s world famous markets and surrounding districts. On our first stop meander through the stalls of the city’s largest indoor market opened in 1803 before sampling Canada’s ‘world famous peameal bacon sandwich”. Discover the vibrant narrow streets and winding alleys filled with shops with goods from the farthest corners of the world at another famous market established in the 1920’s. Chefs the city over flock to a “mum and pop” shop for mouth watering pupusas. Watch and taste as “mums” prepare these delicious South American treats.
A short stroll up narrow streets leads to the next stop for Toronto’s finest dumplings where family members fold delicate dumplings by hand. Relax at a large table to savor a variety of these favorite steamed delights. A tour of Toronto’s markets wouldn’t be complete without a stop at a world class geo-tourism destination acknowledged by National Geographic and home to a farmers market – a favorite destination for city chefs – for a local treat.
Final stop is in Toronto’s world famous historic Distillery District at a two storey Grand Parisian style café rated as “the most spectacular coffee shop in Canada” for a coffee and still warm scone. Or end the day with a cold beer at one of Canada’s finest craft breweries.
Price: $125.00 per person includes return transportation, guide/chauffeur, food samples at each stop and complimentary beverages.Book Now