Hen & stag
These sorts of parties can get ridiculously expensive. But do a food tour and you get half a day's entertainment, you can replace lunch/dinner with the food on the tour and we can get you a little tipsy. Plus you get the kudos for organising something different. All for an affordable price.
We have done tours themed around:
- craft beer and meat
- sweet treats
- chilli and chocolate
and then loads of trips that just involved lots of great food and drink.
For groups of 12+ we generally tour in Shoreditch, for smaller groups we tend to hit up SE1 (Bermondsey and Borough). Either way we pack in as much food and drink as your budget allows.
The tours lasts 3 hours, so you're looked after and we get to entertain your group for a nice amount of time.
If you want any advice on where to stay, how to get to us or other activities to do in London alongside the tour, we can help.
A taste of a tour
Here's an example of a tour we did in East London, over three and a half hours with five lots of food and three drinks.
Start inside the majestic Spitalfields Market, take it all in and learn about its fascinating history. We will walk past the beautiful French Huguenot houses and will arrive at our first stop
- Sagardi -.
Food from the Basque region, what more can I say. Here they have a plethora of Spanish wine to choose from or delicious craft beer from the Basque region. We will order many different plates of pintxos too, to go with whichever drink you choose.
After Sagardi we'll start to make our way to Brick Lane where all the neon lights and electric atmosphere will be buzzing, I'll be picking us up an assortment of something very special from an artisanal bakery called Cross.......to be eaten at a very special place (This one's a bit of a secret).
After that, we cannot not go to Brick Lane and not try a salted beef Bagel from one of the most famous Bagel bakeries in London. This is such a winner and if its good enough for William & Kate then it will be good enough for whoever the lucky person will be.
When standing in the ruins of the old Truman's brewery and being shadowed by the huge chimney that once pumped out that pungent hoppy smell, I'll give you a choice to either pick from a bottle of fizz sourced from a local winery or seeing that we're in the Truman's grounds, perhaps a crate of one of their new and exciting beers that they are now brewing in Hackney.
How can anyone say no to chocolate truffles? Dark Sugars is the chocolatier to visit on Brick Lane. You'll get to pick your own chocolate truffles and learn about Nyanga's fascinating story.
Meander down Brick Lane and we'll be doing a loop on ourselves. We will end up near to where we stared, right by Spitalfields market. We will have a choice from either some tasty Ethiopian cuisine or some new and exciting Chinese street food.
And to finish off the tour you'll have two choices to pick from. Both inside so we can wind down, get cosy and let our hair down.
If wine be your first pick then we will end off in a winery with a couple of selected bottles of wine or if craft beer be your weapon of choice then we will end up at a craft brewery / bottle shop and sit down for a craft beer tasting lead by one of their skilled cicerones.