Eating London launches two new Walking Tours

On the back of its popular tours in the East End and Soho, Eating London is expanding its offerings in the British capital with the launch of two new tours in Brick Lane and the Docklands respectively

Brick Lane

Brick Lane

London Docklands

London Docklands

The Brick Lane – Flavors of India & Beyond

The tour is a 2.5hrs guided walk just after lunchtime which focuses on the British’s favourite cuisine: Indian food. Through nine tastings participants will indulge in the many different flavours of “Banglatown” a unique neighborhood that offers rare insight into the rich South Asian culture. From raw tamarind to traditional fish curries washed down with a refreshing mango lassi the experience will expose you to the region’s best flavors. The tour also includes dynamic street art, visiting an authentic Bangladeshi food shop selling exotic ingredients from South Asia and exploring the link between India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Britain through stories about this vibrant and colorful community.

Tours run daily 2.30pm – 5pm, £46 adults, £38 adolescent, £28 children.
www.eatinglondontours.co.uk/brick-lane-flavors-india

The London Docks – Historic Pubs and Classic Grub Tour

This takes guests to old pirates & artists hangouts one historic pub at a time, including the oldest riverside one in London. The 4hr tour covers tales of pirates, thieves and artists, told in the same places they once called home, and serves up some of London’s best craft brews and finest pub grub. Guest will walk through a quieter residential area, lined with cobblestone lanes and old warehouses to see stunning riverside views of London’s skyline
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Tours run Monday – Friday, 12.30pm – 16.30pm, £79 (adults only)
www.eatinglondontours.co.uk/historic-docks-pub-grub-tour

About Eating Europe Tours

The company was founded in Rome in 2011 by American native, Kenny Dunn. His informal culinary strolls with friends and family became the Taste of Testaccio Food Tour focusing on real food, real people and real neighbourhoods. In 2013 another two tours in Rome were added, so was the first London Food Tour in the city’s hip East End. Since then, Eating Europe Tours has also successfully launched in Amsterdam and Prague.

The company’s mission is to leave travellers with an unparalleled, non-touristy, food-related experience in undiscovered neighbourhoods across Europe.

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