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Taste of Saint-Germain


Saint-Germain is a destination for visitors from all around the world who come to shop and (most importantly) to eat. For this tour, we’ll be exploring some of the tiniest and most special food shops in this gastronomically-gifted neighborhood.

This upscale neighborhood boasts the most impressive concentration of chocolate and pastry shops in Paris, and perhaps the world. But don’t worry, we’ll also be sharing an impressive array of savory delights, from iconic breads to carefully aged cheeses to artisanal charcuterie. 


Our tours are led in English by food and wine experts and last approximately three hours. We’ll send you the exact meeting point upon booking, but you can plan to finish near the Saint-Germain-des-Prés metro stop. From June 9 onward, we are offering both small group tours and private tours. 

Small group tours are now capped at five guests, and tickets are priced at €125 per person, including generous tastings. 

The price for a private tour is €500 for 1-3 guests with generous tastings included, and with an added supplement of €100 for additional guests. We’ll tailor your tour to emphasize the tastes you’re craving most. 


A 100% is available for those who cancel with at least 48 hours advance notice. No refunds will be given for clients who cancel with less than 48 hours notice, or arrive more than 20 minutes late without calling, or don’t show up at all (no-shows). Our tours run rain or shine.

Clients who are booking tours for the day of their arrival in Paris should be aware that we do not offer refunds in the case of delayed flights or trains (because this is such a common occurrence).




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One Reply to “Taste of Saint-Germain”

  1. The Louvre? Sure. The Eiffel Tower? Yeah, you and 10,000 of your closest friends. Food tour of the gastronomic capital of the world? Insanely great. Maximum of 7 people. Three food shops, 1 food market and 1 wine shop. A taste at each of the 3 food shops, and an indoor picnic of food market items in the back room of the wine shop. Each purveyor was world class in their respective speciality. Seriously world class. Our guide Patrick is the most convivial and charming Irishman you’re likely to meet. Incredible command of the history and product of each shop as well as deep background of each speciality: bakery goods, chocolate, macarons, cheese, charcuterie and wine. The curveball? I am wheelchair bound and the “walking” tour was easy to roll with only 1 narrow doorway. The best experience of our Paris stay. Thanks Patrick.

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