We look forward to welcoming visitors back onto our Edinburgh food & drink walking tours from the 10 June 2021.
From 26 April bars/restaurants are able in Scotland in level 4 to serve food and alcohol to up to six people outside.
Indoor up to six people from two household can dine with only soft drinks available.
On 17 May Scotland moves to level 3 where food and alcohol can be served indoors to six people from three households
We plan to wait to the 10 June when Scotland will have moved to level 2 (on 7 June) to restart our daily tours. When eight people from three households can be served indoors.
From 10th June we will also offer private tours for people who would feel more comfortable to explore the cuisine of the city with their own local guide.
But our daily tours are a great way of meeting fellow travellers and swapping stories on your time or plans in Scotland.
Whichever type of tour you decide to take we look forward to showing you what this great city has to offer.
For full details on the Scottish Govt. levels please click here
For further information on how we plan to run the Edinburgh food tours to ensure your health and safety please click on “We’re Good to Go” logo below.
We are now taking bookings for our Edinburgh food & drink tours from 10 June.
Discover Edinburgh’s food culture and history with Eat Walk Edinburgh, the original Edinburgh food walking tour.
Eat Walk Edinburgh tours are all about local sourcing. The company is based in Edinburgh, our guides are local and our tours showcase locally sourced, Scottish food and drink.
We live in a beautiful city with a fantastic array of restaurants and bars which we love to share.
Get a taste for Edinburgh’s vibrant food and drink scene with our two guided food tours.
Below is information on the Edinburgh Old and New Town food tour.
The three-and-a-half hour Edinburgh food tour explores both the medieval Old Town of Scotland’s capital and its elegant Georgian New Town. Don’t be put off by the name New Town, yes the Old Town does date back in part to the 1100’s but the New Town dates back to the 1700’s so is worth a visit.
There are five food stops en route, three of them also have a drink tasting.
All of the stops have been carefully chosen not only to highlight Scotland’s iconic food and drink but also because many of the venues are much loved by local residents. This Edinburgh food tour takes you off the tourist trail.
As well as delving deep into Scotland’s natural larder, the Old and New Town food tour illustrates Edinburgh’s past and present; its history and the day-to-day reality of 21st century living in such a historical city.
Guests will be given audio headsets so they can listen live to the guide as they walk at their own pace or stop to take photos.
Our daily Edinburgh food tours are limited to eight people.
The same experience is bookable as a private tour.
The Edinburgh Old & New Town food tour takes place Monday to Saturday at 1pm and Monday to Thursday at 5pm.
Eat Walk Edinburgh also offers a mid-morning Royal Mile food tour. This takes place the lower half of the Royal Mile called the Canongate.
This Edinburgh food tour stops at a mix of eateries, bars, and shops.
Visiting local shops provides the opportunity to meet local shopkeepers, who love to chat about their produce and have some tasty samples to try.
Weaving between venues, the Royal Mile food tour visits some of the (intriguing) nooks and crannies that are a feature of Edinburgh’s historic Old Town. The guide will explain the local history and stories of these lesser known sights
Our oldest Edinburgh food tour, started in 2012, explores the Old and New Town of Edinburgh. Visiting five bars/restaurants tasting locally sourced Scottish food with three stops also having drink tastings.
The morning Edinburgh food tour visits the Canongate which is the lower half of Royal Mile. Visiting a mix of shops & restaurant where you get a chance to talk to locals, while tasting Scottish food & drink.
On our Edinburgh food walking tours we visit some excellent venues. Click on button below should you require more information about them.
We have arranged discounts at tours & attractions in Edinburgh for people booking on our Edinburgh food tours. Includes the Royal Yacht Britannia & Holyrood distillery.
Since we started our Edinburgh food tours in 2012 we have received many great reviews in the media. Below are a sample of some reviews for our Edinburgh food tours.
The best things to do in Edinburgh, By Linda Macdonald, Telegraph Travel's Edinburgh expert
10 food tours to expand your mind.
If you want a break from more traditional sightseeing activities and you fancy indulging yourself in a spot of gentle hedonism then why not embark on the Eat Walk Edinburgh tour?
Things to do in Edinburgh, Scotland: One day three ways