From the oldest pastry shop in Paris to an Ali Baba’s cavern of kitchen supplies, this three-hour private walking tour (€300 for a party of two) winds round the doors of some of Paris’s best food producers and suppliers. Native Parisians Betty Bitton and Paule Caillat can plan itineraries based on participants’ interests, so a fondness for pâtisseries, say, can be taken into account. Where indulging in the fruits – and meats, and sweets – of someone else’s labour isn’t enough, Caillat is also available for half-day cooking classes (from €270 per person), which begin with a market tour before students head to Caillat’s Marais apartment to cook their four-course lunch.
|Venue name:||Promenades Gourmandes||Contact:|
38 rue Notre Dame de Nazareth
|Transport:||Métro République / Temple|
|Price:||Cooking class from €270 (9am-3pm); walking tour from €100 (prices depend upon the number of participants).|