Bohemian Bites: Broughton Foodie Tour For Two with Food Writer, Nell Nelson

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Bohemian Bites: Broughton Foodie Tour For Two with Food Writer, Nell Nelson

Broughton, Edinburgh

£110
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Valid for 1 years

“Discover amazing foodie delights with writer, author and TV presenter, Nell Nelson – a truly magical way to see Edinburgh!” Delicious Magazine

Why we love it

Scottish foodie, former food journalist and TV presenter, Nell Nelson leads this culinary walking tour through the winding cobbled streets of Edinburgh. Explorers will be introduced to at least five of the city's local flavour haunts, serving the best in Scottish cuisine, so you can sip, sample and savour delectable discoveries in the historic district of Broughton.

What's Included?

  • Enjoy a three-hour Bohemian Broughton Street Foodie Tour for two, as part of a group of up to 12
  • Discover hidden gems and eat like a local at a minimum of five food and drink stops
  • Taste fluffy, Edinburgh-made marshmallows, from salted caramel to gin and tonic flavours
  • Tuck into veggie or meat haggis, made in-house at a well-known Edinburgh pub
  • Experience a traditional afternoon tea with scones, jam, cream and tea in a vintage tea shop

Description

Local author Alexander McCall Smith describes Broughton Street as the ‘bohemian’ part of Edinburgh. Eclectic and unconventional, this area has attracted a wave of small independent shops, bars, restaurants and cafes over the past ten years.

Starting at the top, you’ll work your way down the street, stopping along the way to sample culinary delights and scope out some of Edinburgh’s most original and bespoke shops. Each stop has been designed with a specific taste journey in mind. There’s sweet, salty, hefty and light, as well as a tipple for whisky-lovers and selection of fine, loose-leaf teas.

Each Food Safari lasts around three hours with at least five strategically arranged food and drink tastings along the way. You’ll discover the delight of fluffy Edinburgh marshmallows, made on the premises with flavours from salted caramel to gin and tonic. Strolling through beautiful Georgian architecture, you’ll work up an appetite to then enjoy the iconic Scottish haggis – made with or without meat.

After a tipple and a bite to eat at the pub, you’ll amble over to a vintage tea shop for a traditional afternoon tea of freshly baked scones, jam, cream and a pot of tea. Throughout your three-hour walking tour, your expert guide, Nell Nelson, will fill you in on Scottish history, the origins of various foods and personal anecdotes from her life and experiences.

If you’d like to visit Edinburgh and discover a whole new side to this glorious city, this experience is for you.

Description

Local author Alexander McCall Smith describes Broughton Street as the ‘bohemian’ part of Edinburgh. Eclectic and unconventional, this area has attracted a wave of small independent shops, bars, restaurants and cafes over the past ten years.

Starting at the top, you’ll work your way down the street, stopping along the way to sample culinary delights and scope out some of Edinburgh’s most original and bespoke shops. Each stop has been designed with a specific taste journey in mind. There’s sweet, salty, hefty and light, as well as a tipple for whisky-lovers and selection of fine, loose-leaf teas.

Each Food Safari lasts around three hours with at least five strategically arranged food and drink tastings along the way. You’ll discover the delight of fluffy Edinburgh marshmallows, made on the premises with flavours from salted caramel to gin and tonic. Strolling through beautiful Georgian architecture, you’ll work up an appetite to then enjoy the iconic Scottish haggis – made with or without meat.

After a tipple and a bite to eat at the pub, you’ll amble over to a vintage tea shop for a traditional afternoon tea of freshly baked scones, jam, cream and a pot of tea. Throughout your three-hour walking tour, your expert guide, Nell Nelson, will fill you in on Scottish history, the origins of various foods and personal anecdotes from her life and experiences.

If you’d like to visit Edinburgh and discover a whole new side to this glorious city, this experience is for you.

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

Availability:

This experience is available:

  • Mondays and Saturdays at 1pm

This experience is not available on bank holidays and other special occasion days such as Valentine’s Day.

Other Useful Details:

Bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least 2 weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

This experience can be catered for vegetarian, vegan, gluten and dairy-free. Unfortunately, it is not suitable for halal.

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

Availability:

This experience is available:

  • Mondays and Saturdays at 1pm

This experience is not available on bank holidays and other special occasion days such as Valentine’s Day.

Other Useful Details:

Bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least 2 weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

This experience can be catered for vegetarian, vegan, gluten and dairy-free. Unfortunately, it is not suitable for halal.

What's Included?

  • Enjoy a three-hour Bohemian Broughton Street Foodie Tour for two, as part of a group of up to 12
  • Discover hidden gems and eat like a local at a minimum of five food and drink stops
  • Taste fluffy, Edinburgh-made marshmallows, from salted caramel to gin and tonic flavours
  • Tuck into veggie or meat haggis, made in-house at a well-known Edinburgh pub
  • Experience a traditional afternoon tea with scones, jam, cream and tea in a vintage tea shop

Why we love it

Scottish foodie, former food journalist and TV presenter, Nell Nelson leads this culinary walking tour through the winding cobbled streets of Edinburgh. Explorers will be introduced to at least five of the city's local flavour haunts, serving the best in Scottish cuisine, so you can sip, sample and savour delectable discoveries in the historic district of Broughton. Read full description

Description

Local author Alexander McCall Smith describes Broughton Street as the ‘bohemian’ part of Edinburgh. Eclectic and unconventional, this area has attracted a wave of small independent shops, bars, restaurants and cafes over the past ten years.

Starting at the top, you’ll work your way down the street, stopping along the way to sample culinary delights and scope out some of Edinburgh’s most original and bespoke shops. Each stop has been designed with a specific taste journey in mind. There’s sweet, salty, hefty and light, as well as a tipple for whisky-lovers and selection of fine, loose-leaf teas.

Each Food Safari lasts around three hours with at least five strategically arranged food and drink tastings along the way. You’ll discover the delight of fluffy Edinburgh marshmallows, made on the premises with flavours from salted caramel to gin and tonic. Strolling through beautiful Georgian architecture, you’ll work up an appetite to then enjoy the iconic Scottish haggis – made with or without meat.

After a tipple and a bite to eat at the pub, you’ll amble over to a vintage tea shop for a traditional afternoon tea of freshly baked scones, jam, cream and a pot of tea. Throughout your three-hour walking tour, your expert guide, Nell Nelson, will fill you in on Scottish history, the origins of various foods and personal anecdotes from her life and experiences.

If you’d like to visit Edinburgh and discover a whole new side to this glorious city, this experience is for you.

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Description

Local author Alexander McCall Smith describes Broughton Street as the ‘bohemian’ part of Edinburgh. Eclectic and unconventional, this area has attracted a wave of small independent shops, bars, restaurants and cafes over the past ten years.

Starting at the top, you’ll work your way down the street, stopping along the way to sample culinary delights and scope out some of Edinburgh’s most original and bespoke shops. Each stop has been designed with a specific taste journey in mind. There’s sweet, salty, hefty and light, as well as a tipple for whisky-lovers and selection of fine, loose-leaf teas.

Each Food Safari lasts around three hours with at least five strategically arranged food and drink tastings along the way. You’ll discover the delight of fluffy Edinburgh marshmallows, made on the premises with flavours from salted caramel to gin and tonic. Strolling through beautiful Georgian architecture, you’ll work up an appetite to then enjoy the iconic Scottish haggis – made with or without meat.

After a tipple and a bite to eat at the pub, you’ll amble over to a vintage tea shop for a traditional afternoon tea of freshly baked scones, jam, cream and a pot of tea. Throughout your three-hour walking tour, your expert guide, Nell Nelson, will fill you in on Scottish history, the origins of various foods and personal anecdotes from her life and experiences.

If you’d like to visit Edinburgh and discover a whole new side to this glorious city, this experience is for you.

Opening Times

Mondays and Saturdays at 1pm

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

Availability:

This experience is available:

  • Mondays and Saturdays at 1pm

This experience is not available on bank holidays and other special occasion days such as Valentine’s Day.

Other Useful Details:

Bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least 2 weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

This experience can be catered for vegetarian, vegan, gluten and dairy-free. Unfortunately, it is not suitable for halal.

How it works

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    Treat yourself or share with someone you truly care about.

  • We arrange everything

    Our concierge will arrange everything, even the little extras.

  • Relax and enjoy

    Simply show up and savour the memory that will last a lifetime.

Bohemian Bites: Broughton Foodie Tour For Two with Food Writer, Nell Nelson

  • Add an extra guest ( Maximum 10) +
    £55