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Bite into Paris’s culinary secrets with our team of experts composed of Chefs, connoisseurs, and professional food bloggers . Learn how to cook like Parisians, discover a chic farmer’s market with a French chef, set out on a gastronomy trail around the Eiffel tower, or nibble your way across the city on a Chocolate tour with a word-famous chocolate expert. Indulge in our yummy selection of excursions. Oh and don’t worry, second helpings are always welcome!
Want to discover Paris’s world-class culinary scene with an expert?
Localers’ exciting choice of food tours in Paris and cookery classes is an opportunity to learn about French cuisine from local experts. Our tours are also a chance to discover a part of the city that you might not otherwise see during a normal visit, taste extraordinary ingredients at the heart of French cooking, and learn how the French have turned dining into an art. On offer is a diverse selection of culinary tours that cater to all tastes and interests.
The Eiffel Tower Food Tour is a wonderful marriage of food tasting tour and sightseeing tour. In a rare opportunity to explore the 6th arrondissement (home to the Eiffel Tower), you will taste a wide array of French cuisine at local artisan food shops that includes a bakery tour and a cheese workshop. Some of Paris’s top landmarks will be seen along the way. And uniquely, your guide is not just an expert in French cuisine; he is also a history buff who is passionate about French history and culture.
Our Chocolate Odyssey is a rare opportunity to meet one of the world’s top experts in chocolate. After an informal workshop with your guide, you will tour some of Paris’s premier chocolatiers for a round of sumptuous tastings. Putting theory into practice has never been this much fun.
The Macaroon Masterclass is a fantastic introduction to the art of French patisserie in the beautiful home of a local legend. Fun and relaxed, classes take place in the loft-style kitchen in your host’s beautiful home in the historic Quartier des Peupliers neighbourhood of Paris. This is one class you won’t be skipping.
A Wine Tasting with a Local in Paris is a wonderful opportunity to experience a wine tasting with a passionate sommelier in his private apartment. A lesson on the French art of wine tasting, there will a line-up of stunning wines carefully selected by your expert. You will experience it like a professional with maps, spittoon, and tasting notes. There will be delicious regional finger food to accompany you on your discovery of France’s finest wines.
And more awesome tours to come ! You’ll be surprised…
What makes our food tours different?
Our guides are top industry experts: Chefs, sommeliers or passionate food bloggers, all of our guides are passionate experts. When it comes to food or wine, you know the French take this very seriously!
Original tours, created from the ground up by professionals: A lot of tour companies offer similar culinary tours of Paris, what makes Localers tours really original is the time dedicated to visits and tastings. Quality time will be spent interacting with the merchants of each boutique, enabling you to have an authentic experience. For example: mini workshops on cheese and wine will go into great detail about provenance and history of the produce. We created our tours from the ground up after lengthy consultation with the local merchants and the experts who lead them. There is an emphasis on regional, quality, and artisan cuisine; and tasting it all during your dedicated visits will form an essential part of the tour.
Tastings are included in the price: There are no extra costs during a Localers food & wine tour. Localers has established special agreements with the merchants on our food tours which means all tastings will be included in the price you’ve paid. So don’t be shy, get stuck in and savour every mouthful!
Tour groups are small: Tour groups are often small and never exceed the maximum number of 8 participants. The reason for this is simple: artisan shops are small and can only accommodate small groups. And smaller groups means that you won’t be competing with others to speak with the guide or taste the delicious food on offer. Less is more: more time spent with the guide, more quality, more intimacy.