Eating Europe Launches Hip Eats and Backstreets Paris Food Tour

Canal Saint Martin Paris Food Tour Eating Europe

Eating Europe New Paris Food Tour

Award-winning food tour operator Eating Europe Tours is excited to announce the launch of Hip Eats and Backstreets Paris Food Tour. The French capital will be the sixth city in which the rapidly expanding company is offering culinary experiences.

Launching on 4th June, Eating Europe guests will experience a taste of Paris today, a multi-colored tapestry of cuisines and cultures interwoven with classic French. And, the neighborhood known as the 10th arrondissement encapsulates this fascinating mix better than anywhere else.

Charcuterie at Thomassin Sophie Follie Paris Food Tour Eating Europe
Charcuterie at Thomassin Sophie Follie Paris Food Tour

“Paris is so much more than baguettes and macaroons! The food scene in Paris right now is so electric with influences from all over the world along with the culinary traditions that have made French cuisine the epitome of culinary excellence. We want our guests to experience all the classic delicacies but also make sure they don’t miss out on the many new local trends,” says Kenny Dunn, Managing Director of Eating Europe.

Fric-Frac's Croque on the Canal Paris Food Tour Eating Europe
Fric-Frac’s Croque on the Canal Paris Food Tour

Hip Eats and Backstreets Paris Food Tour

“We’ve had our hearts set on France for a long time and are thrilled to finally offer an immersive experience which helps our guests discover local life in this fascinating food capital.”

Marche Saint Quentin Paris Food Tour Eating Europe
Marche Saint Quentin Paris Food Tour

The early afternoon experience called Hip Eats and Backstreets offers a mix of tasting staple foods of French cuisine like the Croque Monsieur, rare cheeses, and gorgeous pastries along with local trends from neo-bistros to refined pastries. In addition, guests will visit unique venues including a hidden Moroccan food stand and a 17th-century cellar for an immersive wine and cheese pairing session.

Thomassin Sophie Follie Interior Paris Food Tour Eating Europe
Thomassin Sophie Follie Interior Paris Food Tour

All the while they dive deeper into local culture, historical anecdotes and the famous savoir vivre at seven foodie stops off the beaten track. The experiences are both intimate with max. 12 people as well as social, uniting curious travelers from all over the world.

Hip Eats and Backstreets Paris Food Tours run Tuesday to Saturday, 12pm-4pm, €85 adult, €72 adolescent, €55 child

Images Above Compliments of Eating Europe

Read more about Eating Europe Food Tours in London and Amsterdam.


Kathy Stafford is a writer, publisher and editor. She was a contributing author to "Sasha Cohen Fire on Ice". She has been a contributing editor to several publications including, "Discover Balboa Park: A Complete Guide". Kathy was publisher and editor of "Skating Sketches", reporting on figure skating worldwide, for over ten years. She was a credentialed journalist as a figure skating specialist for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City. She has covered international skating events in Switzerland, more

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