Explore the re-emergence of Montreal’s diverse street food scene, with an emphasis on gourmet dishes made from scratch using local, fresh products – this is more than a hot dog cart tour! Experience the ultimate meals on wheels experience: bikes and food trucks.
Once you have booked your tour an email will be sent to you with all the details.
We ride about 15 kilometers on this tour and that includes one hill. The riding is leisurely and we’ve had people the hadn’t been on a bike in 15 or 20 years and they had a blast, but I would say that participants need to be comfortable doing physical activity over a few hours and keeping-up with the group. If a participant has trouble walking around for a couple of miles, they’ll likely find the cycling difficult too.
All of the equipment: bike, helmet, and baskets are all included in the cost of the tour.
We offer a $20 discount for those who bring a bike.
The tour runs regardless of the weather, and we have ponchos for participants. We will only cancel in the case of really extreme weather, in which case, you will be refunded.
There are bathrooms in the buildings close to food stops. Please tell your guide when you’ll be needing one and you will be directed to the closest one in the area.
Please be sure and let us know if you (or anyone in your group) has a dietary restriction (e.g. vegetarian, diabetic, allergy, etc.) when you purchase your tickets. As long as we know in advance, we can accommodate your needs on most of our tours.
There is usually paid parking close by the tour starting point. The location will be emailed to you upon registration for your tour.
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Bryan E, Edmond, Oklahoma
We flew to Montreal for a bachelor party with 7 guys.
Bottom line, it was the highlight of our trip.
The food was absolutely fantastic and was equally matched with their knowledge of the culinary industry and the city.
Unequivocally recommend this tour and this company. A+
Explore the community behind some of Montreal’s most iconic dishes while learning about their deep roots in Montreal’s growth and history.