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Off The Eaten Track is a culinary walking tour company that provides unique, local, and fun tours. Our goal is to take guests off the tourist path and in to local and tasty neighbourhoods. We aim to showcase the best regional foods and to promote...more
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Had a wonderful tour of an interesting part of old Vancouver that is coming back. Our guide, Hanna, was fun and knowledgeable and an obvious foodie. Would never have found these places on my own, and our group of seven all had a really good...More
Date of experience: December 2018
Eaten T, Owner at Off The Eaten Track, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you so much for the review, we really appreciate the feedback. We are so happy you enjoyed Hannah's guiding, she is really a gem. We are proud of showing off a side of Vancouver that a lot of tourists (and even locals) don't know...More
My niece and I did this tour and after living in the Vancouver area for most of my life and all of hers had no idea that there was even a Railtown area. Hannah was an amazing tour guide full of history and information on...More
Having visited Vancouver previously, we were keen to experience a different side of this city. We love local food experiences and this tour didn't disappoint with the variety that it offered. A word of warning though - the tour begins in a very dodgy neighbourhood...More
We went to five different restaurants and had a lot of food and beer and wine and desserts. The only thing I would suggest is to have the dessert at the end and also inform us of that . Hannah was so informational and was...More
We took the "Eat Like a Canadian" food tour with Bonnie in Victoria, and it was awesome! Many stops, all well chosen and with tasty bites at each place. Bonnie is very knowledgeable about the area and has many stories to share about and in...More
We were so lucky to get Bonnie as our guide, for the third time! My husband and I had previously taken two tours with Bonnie, and I decided to take the same tour again with her exactly on year apart, “The Knife and Fort” Tour....More
Date of experience: September 2018
Eaten T, Owner at Off The Eaten Track, responded to this reviewResponded September 19, 2018
Hi Wylie and Whitney,
Always a pleasure taking you guys on a tour! Thanks for all your support with Off The Eaten Track and looking forward to seeing you again.
Excellent stops and a wonderful exposure to the history and development of Victoria! From coffee culture, modern Asian fusion cuisine and delightful desserts. Definitely a “must do” early in your trip to Victoria.
We had a great time at the Railtown Urban Eats Tour yesterday . Our guide gave us interesting information about the area and took us to some great places we might have missed! Excellent afternoon , give it a try !
This was a great tour and eating experience. The guide was knowledgeable about the area and about the food. The pizza, craft beer and last but not least the ice cream were great. As lovers of ice cream this was just the tour for us....More
We are the owners of this company so we have done all of the tours! Did you want a recommendation or have some questions in regards to the tours? You can always reach us directly at our email address which can be... More
We are the owners of this company so we have done all of the tours! Did you want a recommendation or have some questions in regards to the tours? You can always reach us directly at our email address which can be found on our website.
The tour starts at the Amtrak station where the tour guide picks up everyone to travel by van to the start of the walking tour. The Pan Pacific Hotel and others are near the Amtrak Station. We stayed at a hotel on Robson... More
The tour starts at the Amtrak station where the tour guide picks up everyone to travel by van to the start of the walking tour. The Pan Pacific Hotel and others are near the Amtrak Station. We stayed at a hotel on Robson Street and had a nice walk to the Station. It would also be a quick cab ride from anywhere downtown.