About Us - Secret Food Tours Paris

About Our Chocolate & Pastry Tours


We're avid French foodies, and we've made it our goal to introduce visitors to Paris' incredible food scene. Since our small crew resides in the city, we'll be sharing our local knowledge of the dining culture and latest gastronomy trends.

Montmartre is the epicenter for pastry and chocolates in Paris. At first glance, this area seems to be all about the sweet side of culinary experiences, however, your guide will point out the savory side as your tour progresses. Let us help you navigate the many options available in this area and highlight where locals go for their sweet selections.

Our tours are small and intimate to ensure our guests receive a personalized experience.

Stephane - Paris City Manager"Bonjour et Bienvenue, my team and I will be delighted to share with you our own Madeleine de Proust, each and everyone of us has a little story, from being raised in the village of Cammenbert, to having her grand-parents making Roquefort, with or without French accent we will have you travel through time and taste, understanding everything there is about cured meat and sticky stinky cheese and how to pair them with wine. A bientôt !!!"
Stephane, Paris City Manager


About Our Latin Quarter Food Tours


As local Parisians, we are extremely passionate about our local food, our city and its history. As such, we love to share with you the best French food and its unique culture. By booking the Secret Food Tours in Latin Quarter, you'll get to try delicious food and drink from across France, plus we will show you how to find the best shops and restaurants, and many other great local tips to make your experience truly memorable.

The Latin Quarter is one of the must-see areas to visit when visiting Paris located in the 5th and 6th arrondissement of Paris, on the left bank of the Seine, the Latin Quarter is a tourist site with churches, libraries, Sorbonne university and many other historic buildings.

That said, this neighborhood is an open sky museum and remains absolutely authentic and alive because it is attended by many students and the intellectual elite of the capital.

Those who come to visit to admire the architecture will appreciate this neighbourhood, mostly because it dates from the Middle Ages. Various emblematic sites can be found in the surrounding area. And obviously, the Latin Quarter is an amazing area for great restaurants, great shops and great food!

Our tours are small and intimate to ensure our guests receive a personalized experience.

Stephane - Paris City Manager"Bonjour et Bienvenue, my team and I will be delighted to share with you our own Madeleine de Proust, each and everyone of us has a little story, from being raised in the village of Cammenbert, to having her grand-parents making Roquefort, with or without French accent we will have you travel through time and taste, understanding everything there is about cured meat and sticky stinky cheese and how to pair them with wine. A bientôt !!!"
Stephane, Paris City Manager


About Our Le Marais Tours


As local Parisians, we are extremely passionate about our local food, our city and its history. As such, we love to share with you the best French food and its unique culture. By booking the Secret Food Tours in Le Marais, you'll get to try delicious food and drink from across France, plus we will show you how to find the best shops and restaurants, and many other great local tips to make your experience truly memorable.

This district is very representative of the evolution that the city has been going through for centuries.

First, with the settlement of the Knights Templars long ago. The great wealth they had acquired through gifts bestowed upon them by appreciative Christians enabled them to purchase vast estates and accelerate the process. One such estate was situated on the eastern edge of Paris, in Le Marais close to today's Hôtel de Ville, St-Paul & Temple, where a group of them settled in 1139.

Later, with the creation of "Hôtel Particuliers" as Le Marais was for long the aristocratic district of Paris, it hosts many outstanding buildings of historic and architectural importance. Once shabby, the district has been rehabilitated in the 70s and Le Marais is now one of Paris' main localities for art galleries. Following its rehabilitation, Le Marais has become a fashionable district, home to many trendy restaurants, fashion houses, and hip galleries

Our tours are small and intimate to ensure our guests receive a personalized experience.

Stephane - Paris City Manager"Bonjour et Bienvenue, my team and I will be delighted to share with you our own Madeleine de Proust, each and everyone of us has a little story, from being raised in the village of Cammenbert, to having her grand-parents making Roquefort, with or without French accent we will have you travel through time and taste, understanding everything there is about cured meat and sticky stinky cheese and how to pair them with wine. A bientôt !!!"
Stephane, Paris City Manager


About Our Le Marais Vegetarian Tours


As local Parisians, we are extremely passionate about our local food, our city and its history. As such, we love to share with you the best French food and its unique culture. By booking the Secret Food Tours in Le Marais Vegetarian, you'll get to try delicious food and drink from across France, plus we will show you how to find the best shops and restaurants, and many other great local tips to make your experience truly memorable.

This district is very representative of the evolution that the city has been going through for centuries.

First, with the settlement of the Knights Templars long ago. The great wealth they had acquired through gifts bestowed upon them by appreciative Christians enabled them to purchase vast estates and accelerate the process. One such estate was situated on the eastern edge of Paris, in Le Marais Vegetarian close to today's Hôtel de Ville, St-Paul & Temple, where a group of them settled in 1139.

Later, with the creation of "Hôtel Particuliers" as Le Marais Vegetarian was for long the aristocratic district of Paris, it hosts many outstanding buildings of historic and architectural importance. Once shabby, the district has been rehabilitated in the 70s and Le Marais Vegetarian is now one of Paris' main localities for art galleries. Following its rehabilitation, Le Marais Vegetarian has become a fashionable district, home to many trendy restaurants, fashion houses, and hip galleries

Our tours are small and intimate to ensure our guests receive a personalized experience.

Stephane - Paris City Manager"Bonjour et Bienvenue, my team and I will be delighted to share with you our own Madeleine de Proust, each and everyone of us has a little story, from being raised in the village of Cammenbert, to having her grand-parents making Roquefort, with or without French accent we will have you travel through time and taste. This team has been put up together to also answer your questions about vegetarian lifestyle in Paris, they all have many hidden addresses or recipies they will be very happy to share them with you, so don't be shy, ask them questions ! A bientôt !!!"
Stephane, Paris City Manager


About Our Saint Germain Tours


We're avid French foodies, and we've made it our goal to introduce visitors to Paris' incredible food scene. Since our small crew resides in the city, we'll be sharing our local knowledge of the dining culture and latest gastronomy trends.

Saint-Germain-des-Prés is nestled in the heart of the 6th arrondissement of Paris, this chic and trendy district has always been a Mecca of Parisian intellectual life and is full of small bookstores, cafés and other art galleries.

It is a picturesque district characterized by its 17th century buildings, centuries-old churches, haute couture boutiques, charming tea rooms and unusual cafes. In the twentieth century, it was associated with intellectuals and philosophers who had made it their home.

Today, this part of the capital still has a specific aura that goes back to that time when freedom and joie de vivre had a different dimension.

Our tours are small and intimate to ensure our guests receive a personalized experience.

Stephane - Paris City Manager"Bonjour et Bienvenue, my team and I will be delighted to share with you our own Madeleine de Proust, each and everyone of us has a little story, from being raised in the village of Cammenbert, to having her grand-parents making Roquefort, with or without French accent we will have you travel through time and taste, understanding everything there is about cured meat and sticky stinky cheese and how to pair them with wine. A bientôt !!!"
Stephane, Paris City Manager


About Our Montmartre Tours


We're avid French foodies, and we've made it our goal to introduce visitors to Paris' incredible food scene. Since our small crew resides in the city, we'll be sharing our local knowledge of the dining culture and latest gastronomy trends.

Our City Manager Stephane is a huge foodie who since a young age has always been interested in new flavors and tastes. Being from France, Wine, Meat and Cheese are some of the most important things in his life and he can't wait to share his local favorites with all the visitors making their way to his hometown.

As we explore one of his favorite parts of the city, Montmartre, you'll feel like a real local, with the cobbled streets, baguettes under arm, and clinking wine glasses round every corner. The historical value of this area will make your trip feel like a step back in time, through Paris' fascinating story.

Stephane - Paris City Manager"Bonjour et Bienvenue, my team and I will be delighted to share with you our own Madeleine de Proust, each and everyone of us has a little story, from being raised in the village of Cammenbert, to having her grand-parents making Roquefort, with or without French accent we will have you travel through time and taste, understanding everything there is about cured meat and sticky stinky cheese and how to pair them with wine. A bientôt !!!"
Stephane, Paris City Manager


About Our Urban Wine Tours


Wine has always been a huge part of our culture here in France, with even many children taking their first sip as early as 8 years old! Since our wines are considered some of the best in the world, we make it our mission to share the best bottles we can with visitors interested in learning more about our culture. All of our experienced guides will be able to treat you to some of our favourite wines, paired with delicious cheeses - the true Parisian way!

We chose the Montmartre district for our Paris food tour because of the area's flourishing restaurant scene, historic culture, and charming ambiance. In the past, windmills, farming areas, and art studios were prominent features of the Montmartre landscape. Now the area is flourishing with first-class wine bars, fine-dining restaurants, and rare shops all adding to its appeal as one of the best and most unique food destinations in the world.

Our tours are small and intimate to ensure our guests receive a personalized experience.

Stephane - Paris City Manager"Bonjour et Bienvenue, my team and I will be delighted to share with you our own Madeleine de Proust, each and everyone of us has a little story, from being raised in the village of Cammenbert, to having her grand-parents making Roquefort, with or without French accent we will have you travel through time and taste, understanding everything there is about cured meat and sticky stinky cheese and how to pair them with wine. A bientôt !!!"
Stephane, Paris City Manager


Help Center
Frequently asked Questions
How do I order?

That is very easy! Go to our "Book Now" page, where we detail our tours. Select your tour and the time of your tour and book it! Are you looking for something special? Are you organising an event? Just email us at [email protected] and we will do our best to arrange something that suits you. After your booking is made, we will send you an automatic e-mail confirmation. If you have any questions before booking, feel free to contact us via email.

*Please note if you are using a special promo code then enter it in the "Voucher Code" section before you select the amount of tickets you would like to purchase*

What is included in the food tour?

All the delicious food and drinks mentioned above, but if you want more alcohol (and who doesn't?) We offer a upgraded drinks package that gives you extra drinks.

Last minute upgrade?

Should you want to enjoy the tour upgrade even at the last minute please inform your tour guide to follow the booking procedure and benefit from the extras.

Where is the meeting spot for Montmartre tours?

You can find the meeting spot here and if it's not clear you can always contact us.

What is the difference between the evening tour and the morning tour?

The evening tour does not include the crêpe. Apart from this, it is the same as the morning or afternoon tour, but it includes a few little extras. Plus, you will also get to see Paris by night, which is extremely pretty

Where the Montmartre tours will end?

Close to Moulin Rouge area.

Is your food tour suitable for a vegetarian or someone with other dietary requirements?

You can always tell our guide of any food allergies or special dietary requirements. We will adapt the menu so you can fully enjoy the tour! If you have any doubts or concerns, feel free to email us at [email protected] before booking. We have had many vegetarians doing the tour with us and they all enjoyed it thoroughly. Please take note that this tour is NOT adapted for Vegans.

I am travelling with my family, is the tour ok for infants/children?

Children are more than welcome to our tour. We have had many families attend from all over the world and everyone has enjoyed the tour. However, please be informed that any accompanying underage children must be carried, as the area is not suitable for strollers. You will have to carry and keep your baby on your lap as well when seated to enjoy our picnic at the end of the tour.

I don't drink wine. Can I book your tour?

This is not a problem. Just inform our guide before the tour starts. During the tasting you can select another beverage you like!

Is there enough food during your tour?

We give enough food to all our customers. Trust us: you will not need to go to the restaurant after the food tour!

Where do I add my discount voucher?
Vocuher
I would like to take your tour but it is already fully booked. Is there a way I can do the tour?

Our tours are often sold out very quickly. If the date you requested is not available, please do not hesitate to email us and we can see if there is anything we can do. We cannot promise but we will try our best to sort something for you.

Monday Stores

The reason why we do not visit the Butcher and Cheese Store on Mondays is because in Montmartre area they are closed, but rest assured that we provide you with fresh products from other artisans which are off the tour's area and all explanation is provided during the tasting.

Accessibility wheelchair

Unfortunately due to the nature of Paris streets scooters and wheelchairs can not be accomodated on this tour, may we suggest you to join Le Marais instead?

Is the tour suitable for pregnant women?

Pregnancy can be accomodated, you will be given a quiche/tart option instead of the meat and two cheese are pasteurized, soft drinks and water will replace the alcohol.

Is there a lot of walking?

To join our food tour, you must wear comfortable shoes. There will be around 1 hour walking but it is not too difficult. If you walk slowly, then our guide will walk slowly as well. Depending on the end location there might be a staircase in the second part of the tour, please contact our support team before booking if this can be an issue to make sure.

How many people max are on this tour?

We take 12 people maximum. If you are more than 10 people, please do not hesitate to email us and we will try to see if we can accommodate.

I cannot find a way to print the confirmation. Is it OK if I have it on my phone?

You do not have to print your voucher. A confirmation on your phone will be fine!

If I purchase a voucher as a gift, or am given a voucher how long is it valid for?

All of our vouchers expire one year from the date of purchase.

Can I choose my own cheese and meat?

No, our guide will take care of everything.

Where does your food come from?

We work with small shops and local artisan hand picked for the quality of their products and services.

What if it rains or I change my plans?

Unfortunately, the weather is unpredictable in Paris. We do not issue refunds as per our terms and conditions. We also inform you that we go through with the tour with 4 people minimum! However we do reserve the right to cancel the tour if we feel the weather is extreme, and we cannot run the tour due to this for more info see our Terms and Conditions.

Can I pay the tour in cash?

You must book directly on our website. We do not accept cash payments. Our online payment is safe, secured and SSL protected.

Why do we need to pay for booking fee?

The booking fee that you have to pay is up to our ticket provider and we can't change it. All our clients need to pay for it upon booking. The booking fee charged contributes to the cost of the ticketing system to provide an excellent service to our customers.

Foreign Transaction Fees

A few banks have charged their customer an extra fee while booking with us (this isn't the booking fee but another fee added by the bank). We think this is unfair, if this happens let us know by showing us in your bank statement and we will refund this fee as a gesture of good will.