Foodie Tours of London

By Londonist_Krista Last edited 128 months ago
Foodie Tours of London
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With weather like this, there's nothing like a little bit of a walk, followed by a little bit of food, followed by a little bit of a walk, followed by some more food, followed by—well, you get the point. So the amazing sunshine has Londonist wondering—where to walk and where to eat?

Middle Eastern Food in Shepherd's Bush: A blue badge guide takes you on a two and a half hour tour of Uxbridge Road, with lots of stops along the way for pastries, mezzes, and mint tea. Contact tourism@lbhf.gov.uk or call 020 8735 4171 for details.

Spring Fungi Forays, by Funghi to Be With: Get to know your local Hampstead Heath mushrooms. We're serious; you'll learn to tell your edible from your toxic. (No word on magic.) Contact details on the Web site, but in the interim, check out our 2005 interview with our fungi friend.

Celia's Gastrotours: Four-hour walking culinary tours of Borough Market, Portabello Market, and Marylebone Village, most featuring wine tasting and a sit down meal. Contact details via Web site.

Indian Food Walk:Dancer and cook Monisha takes you on a guided tour of the markets and street food of Southall. Contact Monisha for details.

reaLondon Tours: They currently offer Friday and Sunday tours of London markets—Borough, Columbia Road, Leadenhall, etc.—with a strong food-focus. E-mail for details.

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Last Updated 17 April 2007