Holiday Season in London: Delicious New Eating London Food Tours

With the festive season just around the corner, it’s an ideal time to take a walking tour of London, England. From sparkling Christmas lights, glowing shop windows and holiday markets featuring delicious food and festive drink, it’s the most atmospheric (and tastiest ) time of the year! Just in time for the holidays, comes an opportunity for A Taste for Travel subscribers to enjoy special discounts on the Eating Europe Food Tours of London.

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Enjoy an Eating Europe Food Tour of London this holiday season Credit Visit London

Special Discounts on Eating Europe London Food Tours

Eating London has expanded its offerings in the British capital with the launch of two new food tours in Brick Lane and the Docklands, bringing their total number of walking tours in London to four. The new adults-only London Docks – Historic Pubs, Food and Beer Tour is a 4-hour exploration of the pub haunts of pirates, thieves and artists within a quiet residential area lined with cobblestone lanes and old warehouses. Along the way you’ll sample craft brews, ciders and classic pub food.

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Sample authentic Fish and Chips on the new London Tour offered by Eating Europe Credit Eating Europe

 

The second new Eating Europe London Food tour Brick Lane – Flavors of India and Beyond is a guided walk focusing on Indian cuisine. Did you know there are 10,000 “curry houses” across the UK? In this  2.5 hour culinary journey through London’s exciting Brick Lane neighbourhood, featuring nine tastings, participants will indulge in the many different flavours of “Banglatown” while exploring the dynamic art scene of this  unique South Asian neighbourhood.

More Eating Europe Food Tours

Eating Europe Tours operates many other tours in neighbourhoods across Europe including Italy, Amsterdam, Prague, Florence and Venice.  My first experience was their Taste of Testaccio tour, where under the guidance of a local resident of Rome, our group spent almost a full day exploring and eating our way through the backstreets of  Rome — shopping in the Testaccio market, sipping espresso in local cafes, learning how to identify real gelato and eating Cacio e Pepe, Carbonara, and Amaratriciana pastas ( yes all three!) during a leisurely lunch set within a restaurant carved into a mountain created of ancient Roman terracotta jars. It was a day of culinary experiences I could never have found on my own.

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Subscribe and Get 10% off Eating Europe Tours in 2017 and 2018 Credit Eating Europe

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How to Get a Discount Code for Eating London Food Tours

So, I was thrilled to hear that Eating Europe has extended their 10% discount for A Taste for Travel readers for their Eating Europe Food Tours through 2017 and 2018.  I hope you’ll take advantage of this promo offer ( good until the end of 2018) and enjoy a tasty immersion into the local food scene.

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London Docks – Historic Pubs, Food and Beer Tour 

Brick Lane – Flavors of India and Beyond 

Travel Planner

Eating Europe: Book well in advance as these popular tours fill up fast. Wear comfortable shoes and bring a shopping tote as you’re going to want to buy food souvenirs along the way. Learn more at: Eating London Food Tours

London Old Docks – Historic Pubs, Food & Beer Tour
Departs: Mon–Fri at 12:00pm
Duration: 4 hours
adult 79£ (adults only)

Brick Lane – Flavours of India & Beyond
Departs: Mon–Sun at 2:30pm
Duration: 2.5 hours
adult 46£, adolescent 38£, child 28£

Visit London: For more information on what’s new in London, visitLondon.com

Note: Prices and hours in effect as at November 17, 2017. It’s always wise to check for changes before making travel plans.


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  • Jill Browne
    Reply

    Those London Food Tours look like just the thing for me. I love London and I love eating. Food tours sound like the perfect combo. I could go for either of Docklands or Brick Land – ideally, both!

  • Irene S Levine
    Reply

    I love food tours and this looks like a great one! Hope to take it next time we’re in London!

  • Doreen Pendgracs
    Reply

    London has definitely upped its food game. So many more options and flavours to enjoy than when we made our first visit to the city in the ’90’s.

  • Karen Warren
    Reply

    I love discovering new places to eat and drink in London. I was near Brick Lane the last two times, and I agree that you can get some great Asian food round there.

  • Jillian
    Reply

    Sign me up! This looks like an amazing way to explore London.

  • Bistra
    Reply

    I should definitely try some of those food tours in London as until now I’m not impressed with London’s cuisine! Maybe that’s a chance to really appreciate the local cuisine, its influences and of course the tasty beers!

  • Carole Terwilliger Meyers
    Reply

    London is at the top of my to visit list right now, and I’d love to take that historic pubs tour.

  • Charles McCool
    Reply

    Mmmm, those fish & chips look classic and yummy. London is an amazing food destination and I could not get enough.

  • Yasha
    Reply

    I love walking tours – and when there’s food involved that’s extra good. But the Historic pubs, food and beer tour offers everything that is important to experience real London culture. That’s the one for me.

  • Kevin Wagar
    Reply

    We just did a food tour in our hometown of Toronto and we’re hooked! We can’t check out all the delicious eats in cities around the world. These are great tips for London. A city you can’t leave without trying the famous fish and chips!

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