Food Crawl of York
Food Crawl of York

Food Crawl of York

For a visitor or a local, this tour will surprise you with places you would have never of noticed. Taking you to 5 unique venues in the heart of York’s foodie scene, the food and passion of the chefs and guides will keep you engrossed and will only enhance the experience as you indulge in a brilliant selection of different cuisines.

Where should a foodie go in York?

The Hidden Gems tour is perfect for a foodie trying to make the most of limited time in the city. Taking you to some of York's best-kept secrets you'll be eating your way to a good time trying lots of delicious food and drinks in only a few hours.

In your group, you may find yourself out of the busy chain restaurants and instead climbing creaky staircases to find a hidden Korean kitchen. This whole tour is designed around the food and trying to let you discover and experience delicious tastes you most likely would have missed. This is perfect for all you foodies out there and we highly recommend this if you’re stuck with what to eat when you’re in the city. You’ll definitely discover something new, even if you’re a local!

  • 2.5-hour fully guided tour
  • 5 unique venues
  • £55 pp includes food and drink
  • A vegan option is available
  • Tours happen on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays

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