Pimp My Plate tours is run by a passionate Sydney local tour operator who loves food and lives to eat.
If you’re a local there are always new places and flavours to experience. And if you’re visiting from out of town, their tours offer you fun and informal food adventures with friends.
Their walking tours explore the sights and flavours of Sydney’s diverse urban communities so you can get to know the city and where the city eats.
Each tour has a different theme to offer you different insights, tastings, stories and sights.
Pimp My Plate Tours’ philosophy is to “Have a delicious day!” for you and your friends. Join one of their tours to walk, talk, eat and explore Sydney.
Caters for limited mobility Cultural and Theme Tours Customised Disabled access available Family Friendly Food & Wine Food and Wine Tours Half Day or Less Land - Self Propelled Moderate Non Smoking Public Toilet Walk
What could be better than being surrounded by books, sitting and munching on chocolate kisses?
Visit one of Sydney’s eclectic and much-loved bookstores, and spend on hour chatting about at fiction and food titles, eat Bacio chocolates, and sip coffee or tea.
This tour is for anyone who loves to hang out in bookstores, with like-minded booklovers.
If you love the smell of books and chocolate this tour is for you.Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet
Experience a tour full of taste sensations, including lucky Chinese New Year Foods on a curated food lovers’ tour of Chatswood and explore the food, flavours, sights, and culture of one of Sydney’s premiere Chinese culinary destinations.
Savour a variety of sweet and savoury flavours that celebrates the Chinese Lunar New Year of the Pig including Lucky Foods that symbolise wealth, good luck, family, and good fortune.
They visit Asian grocery markets, a pop-up Golden Market, a Chinese butcher, bakery, a Chinese herbal centre, eateries – and a special mystery stop.
Their local guide will show you where to shop for Asian ingredients including moon cakes, dragon fruit, Chinese fragrant pears, Chinese teas, and hard to find Asian groceries.Public Toilet