Excursion culinaire à Paris : Taste of Montmartre
Vous vous arrêterez également dans une crêperie pour déguster une délicieuse crêpe ou galette. Votre excursion comprend même une visite dans une boucherie, complétée par une dégustation de délicieux jambons et saucisses français. Enfin, votre guide choisira le vin idéal correspondant à votre repas et à vos goûts pour sublimer l’expérience toute entière. En chemin vous pourrez également profiter d'un délicieux plat surprise.
Montmartre est le quartier idéal pour les excursions culinaires à Paris en raison de ses nombreux restaurants, de sa culture historique et de son ambiance envoutante. Dans le passé, les moulins à vent, les fermes et les ateliers d'art étaient les principales caractéristiques du paysage de Montmartre. Aujourd’hui, le quartier regorge de bars à vin de première classe, de restaurants raffinés et de boutiques de spécialités, qui contribuent à son attrait comme l'une des meilleures et des plus uniques des destinations gastronomiques du monde.
- 3 heures de visite guidée culinaire du quartier de Montmartre/6 arrêts
- Guide local passionné et expérimenté qui parle anglais/français
- Fromages français, 5 dégustations
- Pâtisserie française
- Crêpe ou galette (non disponible pendant les visites en soirée)
- Saucisse sèche/jambons secs
- Plat mystère
- Dégustation de vins français
- Guide professionnel
- Visite en petit groupe
- Service de ramassage et dépôt à l'hôtel
- Nourriture et boissons, sauf mention contraire
- Pourboires (facultatifs)
- Vous recevrez une confirmation dans un délai de 48 heures à compter de votre réservation, sous réserve de disponibilité
- Les enfants doivent être accompagnés par un adulte.
- L’âge minimum pour boire de l’alcool est 18 ans
Our tour guide Ingrid is phenomenal! She took the time to explain everything and answer all our questions. You really get a great feel for Parisian life from a local. Lots of walking, but you wont be disappointed in the experience... or the food.
PJ was great. Extremely knowledgeable. My only criticism is that the tour ran longer than scheduled and we were stuck in a small room for over two hours. It was warm and this portion of the tour should have been shorter. But if you are interested in food keep your fingers crossed that you get PJ.
Our guide Capuchine was great. Food was great all around. Had a great time. Just a great way to see this very eclectic neighborhood
Terrific tour with Christophe. Montmarte was a great place for a walking tour and our guide was very knowledgeable. The second half of the tour was sit down and included a cheese, cured meat and wine tasting, complete with crepes and éclairs. The tour/tasting lasted 4 not 3 hours which was great - but you should know that if you have other tours or dinner reservations the same day. It was so much food - we could not even think about dinner after the tour. Highly recommend - but come hungry!
So much food to taste! Amazing experience if you like to try different foods!
Eleanore was great. I would definitely do this tour!! Well worth the money.
Hugo was the absolute best guide for our Paris Montmartre food tour! He was passionate about the food, wine, and Parisian living. Hugo educated us on Parisian history and taught us what to look for in the shop windows for the best retailers. When we picked up all the ingredients for our tasting, he taught us how to break off a piece of a baguette without flattening the bread. He shared how the best pairing of wine and cheese should be from the same region. We learned so much and enjoyed his tour immensely. I look forward to another future food tour with Hugo!
We did this tour on our first night in Paris. On our walking tour our guide pointed out a lot of really good places to eat that we then went back to during our stay all the places were just as good as she promised they would be. We learned A LOT of French history and got to try many things. I would recommend this tour if you love food, especially trying different things.
We had one night in Paris on our way home from Italy. This tour was such a treat. We met a small group of people and our guide, who was so nice and knowledgeable. I would recommend this tour on your first day in Paris, as the information we learned can help you when shopping for food in the city. We walked to a cheese shop, a butcher, a baker for baguette which was named best baguette in Paris in 2016, buying items at each place while we also had tastings. We also stopped in the most amazing small macaron shop, where we got to try two macarons and two pieces of chocolate - both heavenly. Once we made a few stops, when went to a little place with our items and sat around a table where we learned how to share baguette, got to know our fellow travelers and tasted our bounty. They started us off with sparkling wine, and moved on to red wine with the other items of cheese, cured meats, pates and dessert. Our guide gave us the opportunity to try some items we might not normally try - for some, its checking a box, but you wont know until you try. Aside from those items, we enjoyed great cheeses, meats, wine and bread. It was a lot of fun and became our dinner that evening. What a blast. Cannot recommend enough. We did the 6PM tour.