Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Gourmet Seattle Walking Tour submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
The tour was FANTASTIC!!! Mark, our leader, carried us through seven (was it eight?) amazing locations in three ABSOLUTELY PACKED hours! I truly have bored all my friends with talking about it; it was amazing. I only wish we could have done it the day we arrived, instead of the day before we left, so we could go back and try all those spots again. It was THAT GOOD. Mark was terrific, and the folks we talked to at each of our stops were warm, interesting, inviting, and seemed glad to see us. And the food! Oh, the food. And the wine! AND THE BEER!! (I'm a beer girl, for sure.)
Truly it was just amazing and ... well. I'll send anybody your way I can manage, and will try your tours in other towns when I have the chance -- although they'll all be a disappointment compared to Mark.
Mary B, April 2013
This was an amazing tour! We started at a cute cupcake shop and everything was delightful and delicious from that moment on! The tour winds its way through the scenic streets of Seattle with an abundance of sights and shops. All the food we tasted was delicious and we were full afterwards too.Reviewed by: Anita N, January 2013
This was a great tour. The food was excellent; the tour director funny and knew everything there was to know about restaurants in Seattle. He had a great relationship with people wherever we went and that made the visits that much better. We did this tour towards the end of our stay in Seattle. I recommend doing it in the beginning because you will want to visit some of the stops along this tour again. We didn't have any time left to do so.Reviewed by: Peter Y, September 2012
Guide, Aubrey, remained upbeat even though a 20-month-old, strong-willed child from Australia disrupted the tour continually. We sampled cupcakes, pizza with potatoes on top, potato soup with truffle oil, risotto, wine, beer, cheese, noodles, gelato and sorbet. This is certainly not a tour for diabetics, but it was fun.Reviewed by: Patricia, August 2012
Lots of yummy food. It was great when the owners came out and had a chat. We returned to a few places for shopping, drinks and dinner.Reviewed by: Diane C, May 2013