Cultural and Theme Tours

Foodie Trails know that the best way to explore a city is by walking around it, and walking around in Melbourne you will discovery secret alleyways, hidden eateries and beautiful galleries. The culinary tours are here to give you a helping hand.

Foodie Trails take you on an exploration of Melbourne on food tours as you discover Melbourne’s cultural side. With many different tours from Masala Trails, Turkish Trails and African Trails there are even have Spice Factory cooking classes so you can recreate some of the beautiful food you tried earlier that day.

Visit Melbourne’s Indian side on a Masala Trails in the city centre, walk through bustling Sydney Road in Brunswick on a culinary adventure of Turkish food, or join Foodie Trails on a discovery of African food on a informative walking tour through Footscray.

Foodie Trails cooking school has a number of classes on offer. With a hands on approach, you have the opportunity to learn from traditional chefs. Try Indian, Thai, Vietnamese, Greek, Sri Lankan and Japanese classes.

So join Foodie Trails on a scheduled tour or call or email to organise a private tour for you and your friends.

Facilities

Basic Carpark Caters for people with allergies and intolerances. Cultural and Theme Tours Customised Disabled access available Family Friendly Food & Wine Food and Wine Tours Half Day or Less International Land - Self Propelled Non Smoking Public Toilet Sports Walk Walking and Biking Tours Wheelchair access

Services

From $100 to $125

Join Foodie Trails and explore Footscray on a journey through Africa. With a population of over 5000 African descendants, it is the perfect place to try some authentic bread, buy some berbere spices and get your hands on the original coffee from Ethiopia.

East African cuisine has had influences from Indian, French, British, Egyptian and Turkish flavours to name a few. In a journey through the sub Saharan Africa, taste the blends of spices, in a bowl of fufu, a warm piece of Injera (Ethiopian bread) or matoki (lamb stew). Sudan the more common foods kisira (a type of pancake), rice, asida (ugali, or stiff porridge), and fish. In Ethiopia, typical foods would be injera/firfir, kichah (spiced pancake), dabo (bread), and bula (ensete, or stiff porridge). These are normally served with a variety of hot sauces (wat, or watt) on one large tray for the entire family.

African Foodie Trails includes: a visit to a grocery shop and the opportunity to learn about the spices and a progressive three course lunch at an African restaurant and cafe.

Get ready for an experience for your taste buds.

Public Toilet

From $100 to $125

Indians came to the shores of Australia many years ago and with them they have brought culture, spices and delicious Indian food. Come along and explore the flavours of Indian food, learn about the spices and the regions and delight your palate.

Foodie Trails start their story with the arrival of the Indian community in Australia and how their aromatic spices were stirred into Modern Australian cuisine. Continuing to the subtly spiced rice based cuisine of South India; guests will travel through the cuisines of India in all their variety and diversity down to the rich Punjabi food spiced with garam masala of the north and conclude with an offering of Indian deserts like you have never experienced before.

Foodie Trails will show you Melbourne’s Indian side.

Tour includes a visit to an Indian Grocery shop and the opportunity to learn about the Indian spices and a Progressive three course lunch at an Indian restaurant and cafe.

Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet

$125

Melbourne is one of the most multicultural cities in the world, experiencing many waves of migration from all over the globe. The diversity of our communities has contributed to an ever-evolving melting pot of history, food and culture.

Victorians come from more than 200 countries, speak 260 languages and dialects and follow 135 religious faiths. You will begin your trail at the Immigration Museum. Hear the stories of arrivals from all over the world, their challenges, their triumphs and their food.

This four hour walking tour through the streets of Melbourne will introduce you to some of the many layers of local favourite foods, architecture, and stories of the city.

Carpark Family Friendly Public Toilet

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