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Besides having lots of girl bonding at the Paris bloggers meet-up a few weeks ago, Margo organized a gourmet food tour with Hidden Paris Walking Tours for all of us! Now considering I love food (especially gourmet, yummy food), I had no hesitation in saying yes!

This tour did not disappoint and I’d highly recommend it to everyone :) Delphine, our wonderful tour guide, was someone you just wanted to grab coffee with and talk to for hours. She was just so interesting…and so knowledgeable about Paris and the food industry!

I spent almost 3 hours stuffing my face with as many chocolates, macarons, hot chocolates, coffees, and pastries that I could get a hold of on this tour :)

Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With Wagner
Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With WagnerThis display of vegetables and fruits wasn’t part of the food tour but I saw them in an organic grocery store and thought they were too pretty to not photograph!

Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With WagnerThe gorgeous neighborhood of Saint Germain! Our tour took place all around this area and I absolutely adored it. The architecture is so old and grand while the shops that line the street feel cozy and inviting.

Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With Wagner
Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With WagnerOur tour started at Pierre Herme, which has the most delicious macarons and desserts. Every time I’m in Paris, I actually always buy myself a box of macarons from here. I’ll have one of everything, please!

Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With Wagner
Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With Wagner
Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With Wagner
Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With WagnerAdmiring all the fresh fruit, vegetables, and cheese from this adorable indoor market! Everything was just so yummy. I devoured a box of raspberries before I even had the chance to take a picture of it!

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Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With WagnerDelphine told me I had to try an apple pastry and a chocolate pastry. Based on the photos below, I can attest that neither disappointed! Also, you can see the outtake of me trying to eat the chocolate pastry ; ) You can’t blame me for wanting to stuff my face with such deliciousness!

Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With Wagner
Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With Wagner
Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With Wagner
Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With WagnerOur wonderful tour guide Delphine! I kind of wanted to steal that scarf from her (it is one of my favorite colors!) Delphine is super cool…she used to work for the French Embassy in the cultural section (I think that was her section!) before following her passion of photography and food. Besides leading these tours with two other friends, she has a photography business and goes on assignment for a lot of human interest pieces around the world.

Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With WagnerMore macarons at the chocolate store! But don’t buy anywhere except Pierre Herme :)

Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With Wagner
Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With Wagner
Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With WagnerSunny skies came out right before I had to catch my train back to the airport! Ugh, blue skies, why couldn’t you have come out earlier?!

Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With WagnerSide streets in Paris are my favorite kind of streets to find! To the right is Un Dimanche a Paris, only one of the best chocolate stores in Paris. Their brunch serves EVERYTHING with chocolate. Now that’s a meal I can 100% support!

Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With WagnerYes, these are chocolates. And yes, they are way too gorgeous to eat! We obviously had to make a pit stop to L’Eclair de Genie.

Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With Wagner
Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With Wagner
Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With Wagner
Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With Wagner
Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With Wagner
Paris Gourmet Food Tour via Wayfaring With WagnerThanks so much again to Hidden Paris Walking Tours for providing such a wonderful gourmet food tour for all of us! And thanks Margo, Jen, Melanie, and Alex for such a fun, awesome weekend in Paris!

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20 Comments

  1. Bwhahahaha! You know which photo is my favorite! LOVE IT! Such great memories! Everyone is going to hate us for posting the same stuff! Meh. xx

  2. Ohh I go to school in St. Germain, and let me tell you the after class munchies are not kind on my wallet! Love this neighborhood so much. If you haven’t tried it, I recommend the cinnamon dark chocolate from Laduree and the hot chocolate from Angelina during your next visit. Both to die for delicious :D

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  3. Oh man, I bet Paris is the perfect place for a food tour, I loved everything we had there. I’m definitely more of a pastry love than macaron lover, and pastries in Paris don’t disappoint!

  4. This looks a-mazing! I’m drooling over my keyboard at work! I’ll definitely have to add this to my to-do list next time I’m in Paris!!

  5. Sounds like a great experience. I’ve done food tours in Rome and Madrid, but I’d love to do one in Paris! I have a huge sweet tooth, and that all looks amazing. Great photos too! (but now I’m very hungry!)

  6. Ah, this looks amazing! Paris is a city that I definitely need to do over again! I really feel like I didn’t see enough/didn’t see the right things. But then again, I feel like you could be there for weeks and still not see everything! So jealous of this little weekend trip!

  7. ok, oh-kaay. we get it. y’all are best friends and don’t care about me anymore.

    ;)

    i kid. i still love you and want to stalk every single one of your posts. i miss you.

  8. All of your ladies’ posts make me want to plan a blogger meet-up too! It sounds like such a fun idea for a trip! And this food tour sounds like a delightfully delicious experience. St Germain is my favorite neighborhood in Paris, so I’d love to go on a food tour there someday. Plus, macarons are my all-time favorite pastry! Have you tried the ones from Ladurée?

  9. Christine | A Keane Sense of Adventure Reply

    Man Paris is such a foodie’s dream! I stuff my face every time I’m there! A food tour sounds like such a fun idea!

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