Frequently Asked Questions
about our Food Tours
(1) Our high level of individual attention, expertise and professionalism comes with a slightly higher price tag than our competition–but we’ve chosen depth and customization over a mass-market product and we are confident you will, too.
(2) Our public tours are held in small groups of max. 8 guests.
(3) We only visit food places that have a strong passion for the food they serve and only places that serve food of high quality. We are proud to be independent and we would never take you to a place just because we get some perks for it. Although this is standard behavior in the tourist industry, we simply think it is wrong.
For most of our tours we walk approx. 5 km / 3 miles and the tours are led at a causal pace. The area where we walk is flat. To us it is important that you see the city and to find a good balance of walking between the places where we eat. It is always possible to book a customized tour where you walk a shorter distance.
Yes, all our tours include some kind of alcohol (wine, beers, mulled wine etc.). Please inform us before your tour if you prefer non-alcoholic drinks and we will make the necessary arrangement.
All tours are held in shine, rain and even snow and is only cancelled in extreme weather. We always make the necessary adjustment according to weather. This means we provide some umbrellas if it rains.
We advise you to always be updated with the weathercast and bring clothes according to weather.
Please inform us in the booking (when purchasing) if you have food allergies and we will accommodate your needs.
Our groups are held to a maximum of 8 people. This is different for private and customized tours.
Yes, children are welcome, but we recommend a minimum age of 13 years old. All alcohol will be replaced with non-alcoholic drinks for guests under 18 years old.
Cameras are permitted and photos are encouraged.
Yes, all public tours can be booked as private tours, if you wish to have your own guide. Just send us an email in firstname.lastname@example.org a price.
Entirely at your discretion, and not expected or required. Many companies skimp on staff wages, forcing their tour guides to depend on client tips. However our policy is to pay our professional hosts at professional-level rates, and we take pride in doing so.