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Foodies on Foot in Photographs

One of the best ways to get to know a city is through its food. And one major thing that the multicultural city of Toronto is known for, is definitely its amazing culinary scene.  

We recently tagged along with Steve Hellmann, founder of Foodies on Foot, to experience his Best of Toronto food tour and it certainly did not disappoint! Here's a look at an afternoon with Foodies on Foot - we promise it will make you hungry. 

On a beautiful weekend in downtown Toronto, guides Steven and Cazlon greet the group in the King West Village

The tour begins with an amazing jolt of coffee and quick nibble at Portland Variety

Fresh sandwiches served on the fresh bread baked daily at Forno Cultura

Bratwurst and tomato relish are just one of many delectable sausages offered at Modern Beer & Cider Hall, WVRST


Communal tables and relaxed atmosphere is a major theme at WVRST . Drink. Eat. Mingle. 

Located in the Kensington neighborhood, NU Bügel is unmatched in its attention to detail, the wood-fire baked bagels are unbelievably good and baked on premise. 

G for Gelato is a small cafe run my good people with a dedication to simple all natural food. Photographed is the Funghi Pizza: Assorted mushrooms fontina cheese topped with truffle oil shaved Parmesan with prosciutto.        

G for Gelato: Gelato for those who crave perfection. Photographed is the mixed berry and mango gelato (all natural no artificial colors or flavours).

SOMA chocolatiers offer small batch chocolate delicacies. 

Visit to book your Toronto food tour experience, or read more about it here


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