Ours is the second-longest running food tour company in London and our East London tour was the first one in the area. We've had thousands of customers along, shared zillions of stories and are close to serving up our 3000th salt beef bagel. We've even written a book about the London food scene. 

We run our Locals Love tour all through the week and on the weekends that's when we hold our Hidden Gems and Portobello Tales tours.

Why there? Because the food is amazing, there's so much history to share and our tour guides have lived in those areas, so they know them inside out and love sharing their local haunts.

Hidden gems:

Tower Bridge to Borough tour

Three hours. Small tour groups. Six stops, including two drinks. £59pp.


This tour is all about getting you away from the tourist traps and into the places that us Londoners love. 

Starts at Tower Hill station and ends by London Bridge station

Locals love:

East End tour

Three hours. Six stops, which includes a craft beer or a traditional local ale. Small groups to give you all our attention. £59pp.

We give you a taste of the area - the local favourites and the newest additions - and take you to places that you don't find in the guidebooks.

Starts near Old Street station, just outside Popolo restaurant and ends near Liverpool Street station

Portobello Tales:

Ladbroke Grove to Kensington Palace tour

Three hours. Seven stops, including a tasting of local gin from the Portobello Road Gin Distillery and a drink in a very eccentric flower-bedecked pub. £59pp.

We will be exploring London's newest food quarter located in the west along Portobello Road & Notting Hill. Finally! West London can now compete with all the other food quarters around the city.

Starts outside Ladbroke Grove tube station and ends in front of Kensington Palace.

Vegan adventures:

City & East End tour


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