Our Seattle Food Tour


Food Tour

On our Secret Food Tours: Seattle, you'll sample the array of fresh, local ingredients and international influences on our uniquely Pacific Northwest cuisine.

  • We'll meet at the iconic King Street Station before heading to the oldest Chinese restaurant in Seattle, where you'll try Bruce Lee's favorite dish: beef in oyster sauce. Served with oolong tea.
  • We'll follow up our first stop with a stop at a local tea shop to learn about oolong tea.
  • Next, you'll stroll through the Pioneer Square area where we'll try Seattle's iconic hot dog accompanied with a unique natural soda.
  • Learn about the history of Pioneer Square and some of its first inhabitants.
  • Get up close and personal with the source of Seattle's amazing seafood as we dine on Elliot Bay at a place that only serves the freshest Pacific Northwest seafood chowder.
  • Next, check out one of the area's most famous micro-breweries as we enjoy a seasonal fruit cobbler served a la mode.
  • Finally, next door to the famous Gum Wall, you'll sample some of the city's best cold brew coffee, made in old whiskey barrels that impart a rich flavor.
  • And of course, there's our delicious Secret Dish, too.

When you choose upgraded drink package you get:

  • Sauvignon Blanc white wine from Washington
  • Craft beer or cider

Please note: the itinerary is subject to change, based on the locations availability and weather.


The Old Town Seattle

These two districts are very representative of the evolution that the city has been going through since its beginning.

The International District has been the anchor for Seattle's Asian-American community for more than a century. Known simply as "ID" to locals, this vibrant and flavorful neighborhood is comprised of Chinatown, Japantown, and Little Saigon. It offers a number of excellent places to dine, interesting shops and markets, and educational museums to enjoy.

Laying claim as the city's "first neighborhood", Pioneer Square is a richly historic place known for its Romanesque Revival architecture, lively nightlife and bar scenes, delicious foodie destinations, and unique boutiques. Learn more about the indigenous communities of the region as well as the Great Seattle Fire of 1889 on this part of the tour as we lead you closer to your Secret Dish!

How to book a tour with us

A few customers have experienced their cards being declined, if this happens don't worry - just contact your bank or email us with the city, date and time of the tour, and how many adult/children tickets at [email protected] and we can send you another payment link.

*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*

It's easy! You can book tickets online here. We begin our tours at 1:15pm. We will send you the meeting place details before the day of the tour. Our culinary tour lasts for 3-3 ½ hours, and each one involves some walking, so be sure to bring comfortable footwear. Due to the nature of creating a well balanced and thoughtful gastronomy experience, many of our tours are unable to accommodate certain dietary restrictions. Please contact us prior to booking your tour to see if we are able to accommodate your dietary needs. And don't forget to bring a camera! You will want to remember these great places if you come to Seattle again.