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Victoria: Chinatown and Old Town Food Tour with Tastings

Victoria: Chinatown and Old Town Food Tour with Tastings

Discover hip and hidden foodie gems in Canada's oldest Chinatown and vibrant Old Town. Eat like a local at our newest restaurants that are off the tourist path including decadent South Indian cuisine, farm-to-table dishes, Thai dumplings, a mind-blowing taco, pastries, craft beer and much more. Perfect for the adventurous traveller looking for an authentic experience. Start your tour off at the bustling Victoria Public Market, once an old department store, where you'll get to taste a farm-to-table soup from a trendy cafe and authentic South Indian Cuisine from one of Victoria's newest pop-up kitchen. Then, emerge into Chinatown and listen as your guide talks about the neighborhood's long-standing history. Stop at the Chinese Public School and work your way down the bustling Fisgard Street. Along the way, try a traditionally-baked Char Sui bun from a Cantonese bakery and a mind-blowing taco from Maiiz Nixtamal. Chef and owner Israel Molina is a Michelin-starred chef from Mexico City and a must-visit stop in Victoria. After passing through the iconic Fan Tan Alley, the tour will stop at a fun Filipino bakery for some delightful treats and will make a stop at super trendy Dumpling Drop for some fried Thai dumplings. After exploring Market Square in Old Town the tour will end at Whistle Buoy Brewing, a fun and vibrant craft brewery for either a beer or a locally made soda.

Victoria: 2-Hour Food and History Tour with Tastings

Victoria: 2-Hour Food and History Tour with Tastings

Join your guide at the Victoria Public Market, an old department store from 1921. After the first tasting at this location, make your way to Canada's oldest Chinatown and discover the Chinese Public School, Gates of Harmonious Interest and Fan Tan Alley. Moving on after 3 tastings in Chinatown, you will discover Victoria's Old Town district with stops at Market Square, Johnson Street, Bastion Square, and the Government Street shopping district.  After 3 more local tastings, you will finish the tour at the Visitor Center in the beautiful Inner Harbour. Here, learn about the Empress Hotel and the British Columbia legislative buildings (Provincial Parliament).  From this location, you will be well-positioned to discover the rest of Victoria or access local transportation to the cruise ship terminal, ferry or airport.

Lower Johnson Street, Victoria: Our most recommended tours and activities

Victoria: Chinatown and Old Town Food Tour with Tastings

Victoria: Chinatown and Old Town Food Tour with Tastings

Discover hip and hidden foodie gems in Canada's oldest Chinatown and vibrant Old Town. Eat like a local at our newest restaurants that are off the tourist path including decadent South Indian cuisine, farm-to-table dishes, Thai dumplings, a mind-blowing taco, pastries, craft beer and much more. Perfect for the adventurous traveller looking for an authentic experience. Start your tour off at the bustling Victoria Public Market, once an old department store, where you'll get to taste a farm-to-table soup from a trendy cafe and authentic South Indian Cuisine from one of Victoria's newest pop-up kitchen. Then, emerge into Chinatown and listen as your guide talks about the neighborhood's long-standing history. Stop at the Chinese Public School and work your way down the bustling Fisgard Street. Along the way, try a traditionally-baked Char Sui bun from a Cantonese bakery and a mind-blowing taco from Maiiz Nixtamal. Chef and owner Israel Molina is a Michelin-starred chef from Mexico City and a must-visit stop in Victoria. After passing through the iconic Fan Tan Alley, the tour will stop at a fun Filipino bakery for some delightful treats and will make a stop at super trendy Dumpling Drop for some fried Thai dumplings. After exploring Market Square in Old Town the tour will end at Whistle Buoy Brewing, a fun and vibrant craft brewery for either a beer or a locally made soda.

Victoria: 2-Hour Food and History Tour with Tastings

Victoria: 2-Hour Food and History Tour with Tastings

Join your guide at the Victoria Public Market, an old department store from 1921. After the first tasting at this location, make your way to Canada's oldest Chinatown and discover the Chinese Public School, Gates of Harmonious Interest and Fan Tan Alley. Moving on after 3 tastings in Chinatown, you will discover Victoria's Old Town district with stops at Market Square, Johnson Street, Bastion Square, and the Government Street shopping district.  After 3 more local tastings, you will finish the tour at the Visitor Center in the beautiful Inner Harbour. Here, learn about the Empress Hotel and the British Columbia legislative buildings (Provincial Parliament).  From this location, you will be well-positioned to discover the rest of Victoria or access local transportation to the cruise ship terminal, ferry or airport.

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4.9
(41 reviews)

I was apprehensive about booking this, however I’d do it again in a heartbeat. Julie, our guide was informative and funny. Had she not introduced us to areas in Victoria and the new food choices, I never would have experienced them on my own. I would try this in any new vacation spot, it was fabulous and the company too, fellow attendees as well as our guide. Thank you Julie!

Julie was a great tour guide! Good was good and extra information was informative. The perfect amount of time and food stops

Terrific tour, full of fun history and delicious food. She showed us places we would never have found on our own.

Incredible variety of the food samples on offer and really enjoyable tour. Easy walk, not rushed.

Very good tour with a very friendly and knowledgeable local guide.