If a walking culinary tour in Paris sounds right up your alley, this is the best tour for you. Join a local, foodie guide for a Paris food tour in the beautiful neighborhood - Le Marais. Sample all our favorite Parisian foods, including fine French cheese, wine, oysters, falafel, crêpes, boeuf bourguignon and sweer crème brûlée. Gain a deeper understanding and taste for French cuisine, as you walk from restaurant to restaurant through one of the most charming and vibrant neighborhoods in Paris.
This walking Paris food tour begins with a stop for oysters and champagne. Kick off your culinary adventure with a glass of bubbly. Learn about this champagne in France, and also why not all types of sparkling wine is called champagne. Alongside your premium beverage, learn about why oysters are such an important part of French and Parisian cuisine. Wine and Cheese Tasting Every region of France has its own particular cheeses - on average a typical French person will eat a 25.9 kilos of cheese every year! People are so obsessed with fromage in France , there are up to 1,000 varieties to choose from. At the next stop on this Paris food tour in Le Marais, sample several cheeses in the oldest covered market in Paris. And of course, compliment your cheese with a wine tasting. Famous Falafel - Beloved Paris Street Food While you might not associate falafel with Paris, this MIddle-Eastern snack is a street food staple for hungry Parisians on the go. Alongside traditional French fare, some of the best falafel in the world is found here. Naturally vegan, this delicious Middle-Eastern pita sandwich contains deep-fried chick peas, vegetables, tahini and other ingredients, depending on where it's made. The Le Marais neighborhood is rife with competition for the best falafel, but we'll bring you to our favorite spot. Crêpes and Cider in Paris Taking a trip to Paris and forgoing crêpes is akin to skipping gelato and pasta in Italy - don't do it! Served up sweet or savory, crêpes are considered both meals and snacks in France. Traditionally paired with cider, the crêpes are found everywhere in Paris. Stands line the streets, but the best way to enjoy this tradition is at a crêperie restaurant. Follow your foodie guide to one of the best places for crêpes in Le Marais and sample two types alongside some hard cider. Sit-down Dinner of Boeuf Bourguignon Any complete culinary tour of Paris requires includes an authentic sit-down meal in a local brasserie. At this stop, sit down and enjoy some savory boeuf bourguignon and mashed potatoes. This delicious beef stew requires hours to slow-cook and simmer with a variety of delicious vegetables. Our friends at the local brasserie have taken all the hard work out - all you have to do is eat! Of course, red wine is included alongside your meal. Such a Sweet Ending - Crème Brûlée End this food tour in Paris in the right way, with some crème brûlée. A vanilla-flavored custard topped with crispy caramelized sugar, life has never been so sweet. And before you say Au Revoir to your Parisian foodie guide and group, make sure to ask about other things to do in Paris. After all, we know Paris like the backs of our hands.