Take a bite out of the city on this foodie walking tour
• Four delectable dining experiences
• Historic and brand-new neighbourhoods
• Drink in Sydney’s oldest pub
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‘A food tour, but so much more. Chomp your way around some of Sydney’s best eateries, while hearing about the city’s fascinating history and contemporary culture. Starting in Sydney’s oldest pub you’ll be taken on a culinary journey filled with fascinating stories of the city’s past and discover the very best eating spots and local hangouts. From the bustling neighbourhoods of the Rocks to Barrangaroo, your walking tour will take in top sights including the Sydney Observatory, Harbour Bridge and Foundation Park. Make sure you arrive hungry as you will feast on signature dishes in four hand-picked venues.’
Knowledgeable local guide
Dining in four venues
Other important info:
Refunds and changes: A 10% fee applies to cancellations provided they are a minimum of 24 hours before departure, after that no refunds will be given.
Tour departs at the DFS Galleria in the Rocks.
Comfortable shoes and a bottle of water advised.
Please advise of any allergies or dietary requirements in advance.