Treat your taste buds with traditional Québécois cuisine and taste local specialties during a food tour in Québec City. A delicious introduction to the history, culture and food of Québec Cityand a good way to discover which neighbourhoods and restaurants to dine in during your time in the city. 

Cicérone Tours | Credit:  Cicérone Tours
Credit: Cicérone Tours

Walking Food Tours in Old Québec

Taste local specialties and explore traditional Québécois dishes as you walk through the oldest neighbourhood.

Tour the culinary history of Old Québec with the following partners:

Local Québec Food Tours | Credit:  Local Québec Food Tours
Credit: Local Québec Food Tours

Walking Food Tour in Saint-Roch District

Located near Gare du Palais train station, Saint-Roch is known for its trendy restaurants. Take a food tour off the beaten path and discover local cheeses, chocolates, poutine and more!

Tour Saint-Roch with the following partner:

Winery Ile Oelans | Credit:  Jeff Frenette Photography
Credit: Jeff Frenette Photography

Bus Food Tour

Île d’Orléans is a hub of local culinary artisans and producers. Explore the delicious flavours of ice ciders, blackcurrant liqueurs, chocolates and more. A culinary adventure awaits on the island, located 17 km outside Québec City.

Tour Île d’Orléans with the following partner:

Microbrewery Tour | Credit:  Broue-Tours
Credit: Broue-Tours

Craft Brewery Tour

Discover Québec City’s microbreweries and craft beer history on a walking tour through the Saint-Roch district. Taste various products, straight from where they are brewed.

Tour microbreweries with the following partner:

Quartier Petit Champlain | Credit:  Francis Gagnon
Credit: Francis Gagnon

Christmas Food Tour

Holidays in Old Québec are magical! Go where locals go to shop for Christmas and sample local specialties such as maple products, deli and ice cider.

Experience a Christmas Food Tour with the following partner:

Discover Local Products on your Own

A visit to the Québec Public Market provides a tasty introduction to local foods crafted by artisans in Québec City, Côte de Beaupré, Île d’Orléans and Charlevoix  —a perfect spot for foodie souvenir shopping.

Or spend a day driving the Gourmet Route, a farm-to-table food route. Take a self-guided food tour and taste local specialities such as cheeses, deli, maple products, chocolate, wine and cider.