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Walking Gourmet Food Tours

Walking Gourmet Food Tours offers a food and drink tasting adventure of the many eclectic tastes of Las Vegas.
  • Category: Other Tours
  • Locations: Las Vegas Strip
  • Tour Length: 180 to 240 minutes
  • Transportation Type: Bus
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Our tour were foods in restaurants in the Mandalay Bay and they were excellent. Our guide was very helpful and knowledgeable on the different restaurants. She ensured we were promptly served and the food was delicious. I highly recommend this tour and hope you love eating as not only is the food delicious but very filling. Each restaurant was very accommodating and courteous and we even got a tour of one of the restaurants that had a great story to their décor. By the end of the tour we were extremely satisfied and enjoyed our time spent with our tour guide who was a delight to be with. You will not be disappointed with this tour. Book it as it is worth it. February 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by High quality food tour. Highly recommend Our tour guide "Devin" was incredibly knowledgeable and a delight to spend the afternoon with. All the food was absolutely top quality and I would certainly do it again. December 22, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Not good value In my opinion, about half the food we were given was particularly ordinary. We only visited 4 restaurants, in each we were given 2 items. Some of the food was great, but one restaurant served us a piece of bacon! Not worth the money. September 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Another great way to see Las Vegas from the inside out. Our guide was prompt and well prepared. He was very knowledgeable with back story information. We got to meet the chefs and hear in their own words how the various dishes were prepared. We were pleasantly surprised at the quality and quantity of food we were served. A good time was had by all. August 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent Food Experience This was an amazing food tour experience and the portions and history that was given to us at each of the quality restaurants was great! The tour guide was knowledgable and answered many questions we had. Would definitely recommend this to a friend and would like to do it again. August 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by good food the food quality was excellent and the variety was great this was a five hour experience that was for the foodie. i loved it me and my wife had a great time. the host Darin was awesome i recomend this for people who love food adn want to see what vegas has to offer. the american sports bar was a little plain. a must do. June 29, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by The concept of this tour is great, but lacks the gourmet. Overall, this was an average experience. We had expected the food to be more 'gourmet' as that is one of the words in the tour title. It was a fun enough experience, but would have been better with more 'gourmet' restaurants. The stops were: Rao's, P.J. Clarke's, Planet Hollywood and Max Brenner. Rao's had a delicious Carbonara penne pasta, average Margarita pizza and a delicious Primitivo wine from Nuchese. P.J. Clarke's served up a lobster B.L.T, mini tuna tacos, a spring roll and a fancy Caesar. The Caesar was delicious with a large cocktail shrimp served with it, the B.L.T was greasy and the lobster was overcooked. The tuna tacos were so tiny that the flavour of the tuna was overshadowed by the deep fried taco shell. The springroll was an average springroll you could find at any Chinese restaurant. What was a bit baffling was that we were brought here during Happy Hour (runs daily 3-6pm) offering $1 oysters, but that was not even a part of our tasting. The highlight of this restaurant was the great restaurant tour and history of this chain by the wonderful GM. Planet Hollywood: plain slider, chicken tender, bruschetta and a half pint of beer. The fruity wheat beer (cannot remember the name) was the highlight. Everything else was cheap pub food fare and completely uneventful. This should be taken out of the tour completely. Max Brenner served up average chicken skewers with a couple of different dipping sauces. The rice balls were tasty and chicken wings average. The croud pleaser here were the chocolate martinis! They were tasty! The dessert was tasty: a dessert pizza with marshmallows, peanut butter, chocolate and bananas. The tour had some shining moments, but overall the food was definitely not gourmet. I would only recommend this if it were re-worded to a Walking Food Tour. May 20, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Less Gourmet Than Expected The best part of our tour was meeting the other couples. We were served no wine, only two cocktails, and very bitter beer. The Irish Pub was nice, but the oversized portion of fish and chips was not our idea of "gourmet." We felt the same about the burger joint -- not gourmet. We were hoping to meet at least one of the executive chefs, but none were available. We were told we would take a limo ride to at least one restaurant, but the whole tour was walking. This was not a problem, since we were in the same area. I would recommend this for someone who has extra money to blow, because it was a fun experience; however, we found it not worth the price, overall. May 14, 2013
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