Our Public London Food Tour is available every Wednesday to anyone who wants to join and does not wish to have a private tour. Our public tours are tours which anyone can sign up to. This tour will be shared with a maximum of 10 people per guide and requires a minimum of 2 people to run.
This tour starts every Wednesday at 10:30am from St Paul’s Tube Station. Places must be booked and confirmed in advance.
This tour is perfect for Chinese visitors who want an introduction to traditional British food and contemporary British food culture, enjoying some of London’s best sites on the way. Starting with English tea and ending with an ale in a traditional pub, our tour will take you from the stunning St. Paul’s cathedral north of the River Thames, via quiet backstreets and London’s newest bridge all the way to London’s most famous food market.
You’ll sample well known British classics such as fish and chips, pie, and oysters fresh from the North Sea. You’ll see historic buildings which were previously food factories, pop-up food stands where Brits go to lunch, and you’ll have the opportunity to taste and buy your own artisan food products too. By the end of the tour, your stomach should be full and your impression of British food transformed. Whether you have a sweet tooth or are a big seafood fan, we’re sure you will discover at least one new delicacy that you’ll be eager to try again!
St Paul’s Cathedral
Typical British cafe
Tate Modern & Globe Theatre
Flat Iron Square food market
Old Menier Chocolate Factory & Hop Exchange
Borough Food Market
2-3 hour public tour
Native British Mandarin-speaking guide throughout
6 food items to try
Transport to/from the tour start/end point
A good amount of food and drink is supplied on this tour, however we recommend bringing some cash of your own should you wish to buy additional items or produce to take home.
Minimum of 2 customers needed to run tour
Max 10 customers per guide
Our half-day walking tours are approximately 3 hours long
This tour starts from St Paul’s tube station
This is a walking tour so we recommend you wear a pair of comfortable shoes you are happy walking in for a prolonged period of time
More general details about our tours can be found here.