It can be difficult to think of the perfect gift for someone. Vancouver Foodie Tours now offers gift certificates to two Vancouver food tours, which is the perfect Vancouver experience gift. When it comes to great Vancouver experiences, gifts that let you be a tourist and a foodie in your own city is truly unique and one that not many have experienced! Not only are you able to try some of the best gourmet food in Vancouver, but it’s also a great opportunity to meet other people from around the world who share a love of good food. Read on for more information about Vancouver Foodie Tours and how they’re the perfect unique holiday gift idea.
For just $69 per person, this tour offers 5 courses, 14 tastings and 8 interesting stories in 3 hours. The tour begins with dim sum at the Kirin Chinese Restaurant, a location that has won the Best Dim Sum in Vancouver for the past six consecutive years. The tour also includes a stop at Hubbub Sandwich Bliss, which is the home of the famous pulled pork sandwich, one of Vancouver’s best! Other stops on the tour include ShuRaku Sake Bar and Bistro for fresh Wild Sockeye salmon tartar and agedashi tofu canapé, and a tour down Granville Street, Vancouver’s founding street. The tour finishes at Bella Gelateria, which is hands down the best place for gelato and sorbetto in North America, and quite possibly the world. When it comes to informative tours and good food, Vancouver Foodie Tours provides a truly out of the box experience!
This tour is only $49 per person and includes 6 fantastic courses, 7 tasting and 9 great Vancouver stories in 2 hours. The tour begins at Vancouver’s most celebrated Japanese hotdog artisan, Japadog, where we taste the premier Japadog, Berkshire pork Terimayo. We also take guests to Soho Road, where we taste the freshest butter chicken naan kebab, which comes straight from the tandoors inside Sarb’s food cart, at a scorching 450 degrees fahrenhite! Hot smoked wild salmon, fried rice balls and diablo cookies are also included in the tour. In addition to great food and interesting stories, this tour provides recipes so the delicious food you try can easily be recreated at home.
Additional Tour Information
All tours take place rain or shine. Because there is walking involved, be sure to wear comfortable shoes and to bring an umbrella or waterproof coat if rain is in the forecast. Minors can also take part in these tours, as nonalcoholic beverages can be provided. Individuals with dietary restrictions can also still take part, just let us know ahead of time so special tastings can be arranged. The World’s Best Street Eats Tour has a maximum of 15, while the Guilty Pleasures Gourmet Tour takes a maximum of 12 people.