World's no.1 food market food tour and guided tour of toronto

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World's no.1 food market food tour and guided tour of toronto
A comprehensive Canadian and international food tour of the St. Lawrence Market!

World's #1 food market 2012 as voted by National Geographic!

Fresh Canadian seafood from Nova Scotia, P.E.I and New Brunswick!

Desserts and delicacies from around the world including Canadian favourites!

Explore the downtown core and tour Toronto's remarkable underground tunnel PATH system!

Enjoy the most spectacular views of the skyline from the Toronto Islands!
$82  per guest
Any day · 2pm
This tour is available Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 2pm Toronto time/ET.

Tour is available for private booking!
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Meet Adam
Toronto, ON, Canada

We start with freshly made Montreal-style bagels


Main course consists of fresh Maritimes Canadian water oysters served raw with fresh accompaniments such as lemon wedges, cocktail sauce and champagne mignonette. Then we move on through the market sampling Canadian and Dutch cheeses, olives from Sicily and Spain, and the famous Peameal Bacon Sandwich. Toronto's official dish, the Peameal Bacon Sandwich is famously served at Carousel Bakery in the St. Lawrence Market. You can't visit without trying this truly Torontonian and Canadian dish!

Next we head to another level of the market for locally made Greek specialties and we finish with MORE FOOD, and boy, save your appetite for this one. Guests get to eat Toronto's finest Italian sandwiches with a Veal or Chicken Parmigiana Godfather Sandwich, complete with fried eggplant, sweet peppers, hot peppers, sauteed mushrooms, caramelized onions, homemade tomato sauce, provolone and parmesan cheese on a fresh Kaiser bun or Ciabbata bread! This is a real mouthful and usually split in two by the establishment!


To finish guests receive a purely Canadian treat - The Butter Tart.

Simply, sugary and savoury!


Guests will be given a bottle of water but encouraged to bring flasks and their own water if preferred.