- 3 hr guided tour of Darwin City
- Degustation lunch or dinner with tasting plates at 3 different venues
- Soft drink, coffee, and tea
3 Hour Sunday Gourmet Lunch Or Dinner Tour
Spend a relaxed Sunday eating your way around some of Darwin's best food venues, on this 3 hr walking tour for lunch or dinner
- Alcoholic beverages
WHAT TO EXPECT
This foodie lover's walking tour features stops at three great Darwin restaurants for either lunch or dinner. It's the perfect way to spend a lazy Sunday, with short easy walks, and wonderful cuisine.
The focus is on tasting plates (degustation) that feature local ingredients and Aboriginal bush foods to delight the most seasoned gourmand. While the exact venues will vary on the day, they could include any combination of Snapper Rocks, Roma Bar, Little Miss Korea, PepperBerry Restaurant at the Hilton, or Bannsang.
There's plenty to eat, so make sure you come with a hungry belly. Plus, you'll have the chance to chat with the staff to more learn about each meal before you dig in. Soft drinks, coffee, and tea are all included, and you're more than welcome to purchase alcoholic beverages to accompany your meal.
However, it's about more than just the food on this tour. You'll also see more of Darwin's futuristic augmented reality and fabulous street art than on any other tour. Plus, there are some big servings of history as well.
Where we visit:
- A selection of excellent Darwin restaurants that varies each time, but could include:
- Snapper Rocks
- Roma Bar
- Little Miss Korea
- PepperBerry Restaurant at the Hilton
- 3-Hour Sunday Gourmet Lunch TourRestaurants may include Snapper Rocks, Roma Bar, Little Miss Korea, PepperBerry Restaurant at the Hilton, or Bannsang. Tours change regularly and also feature Darwin's street art with futuristic augmented reality and historic landmarks.
From AUD $149Check AvailabilityNext available: 10 Oct 2021
- 3-Hour Sunday Gourmet Dinner TourLike our other tours, this features three great restaurants, but on this tour we'll show you more of Darwin's futuristic augmented reality and fabulous street art than on any other tour. And some big servings of history as well.
From AUD $149Check Availability
|11:00AM - 12:00PM|
Monday, 29-04-2016 11:00 AM - 12:00PM
How many participants are there?
What’s the food like?
On the food tours, you’ll be served mostly a degustation (tasting) menu with an emphasis on fresh local ingredients as well as the influence of many cultures, including Aboriginal cultures. We cater to dietary preferences including vegetarian, pescatarian, and gluten-free.
What drinks are available?
Standard soft drinks, coffee, and tea are included in the price of the food tours. Alcohol is not included in the price, but if you’d like to purchase alcohol, you can do so at most of the restaurants on the tour.
What are the restaurants like?
The tours are constantly changing, so there are lots to try. We focus on the best locally sourced food, no matter where it can be found. On a typical tour, we will take you to a variety of places and they might be a fancy restaurant or a hole-in-the-wall takeaway joint. We’re all about finding the tastiest food, no matter where. Most of the venues we visit are air-conditioned. Eating areas are non-smoking areas. Smoking areas are usually available nearby. Washrooms are available at several locations. All tours are wheelchair-accessible.
What are some of the restaurants we'll visit?
Our tours feature a constantly changing roster of restaurants and bars, which may include: Hanuman, Phat Mango, Little Miss Korea, Aboriginal Bush Traders, Char, Moorish, Roma Bar, Speakers Corner, Wharf One, Pepperberry Restaurant at the Hilton, Snapper Rocks, Chow, Bannsang, and others.
What’s the walk like?
This is a relaxed walking tour on level and paved walkways. We won’t be walking far because the places we visit are relatively close to each other. The average walking distance is 1.2 kilometres, broken into short segments spaced out every 40 minutes or so on our 3-hour-long food tours. We'll provide transport if the weather is poor.
What to wear and what to bring?
Please dress smart casual. You may want to wear shorts and a short-sleeved collared shirt in Darwin’s tropical climate, but no singlets or thongs please. Comfortable covered walking shoes are recommended.
- The minimum age is 6 years, and all children from 6 to 16 years must be accompanied by an adult
- Minimum numbers apply for the tour to depart
- A smart casual dress code applies, requiring a collared shirt and no singlets or thongs
- If you cancel or amend a booking 14 days or more before the start of your tour you will receive a full refund
- If you cancel or amend a booking fewer than 14 days before the start of your tour you will be charged 50% of your total cost.
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