Melbourne's newest food walk – Taste, Experience, Explore
Multi award winning company Foodie Trails has just launched the city's newest food tour - Melbourne Foodie Culture. This 4 hour tour begins at the Immigration Museum, with a guided introduction to the arrivals in Victoria that sets the tone of what is to follow.
Walking through the city’s many laneways and arcades your local guide will take you on a journey through the different waves of migration and their impact on the food, history, architecture and culture of this amazing city.
” It is only in Melbourne we are so lucky to be able to experience so many authentic flavours of our migrant communities” says Himanshi Munshaw Luhar, founder of Foodie Trails. ” Not only do we have authenticity, we also have the variety, so it has been a great experience putting the tour together.”
After a brief history lesson at the museum, the Foodie Trails guide will walk you through the city and the waves of migration. For the next three hours you will be listening to stories, sampling foods from 5 different eateries and opening your senses to the underlying flavours that make up the cities immigration culture.
Whats on the menu? Everything from Pies and dumplings to jalebis and vegemite.
Press is invited to come and experience the tour. Please email Himanshi to book in and experience for yourself.
Tour starting point: Immigration Museum - Discovery Centre
Tour starts: 10.30AM
Tour concludes: 2.30pm
Frequency - Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Tour cost: $125 is inclusive of admissions and food tastings.
Further Information available at : https://www.foodietrails.com.au/melbourne-foodie-culture
Media Contact: for images, famils and quotes
Himanshi Munshaw Luhar
Chief Foodie - Foodie Trails
M: 0410369727 | email@example.com
About Foodie Trails
Foodie Trails is a Multi award winning cultural experience provider. Foodie Trails conducts cultural food walks and cooking classes in Melbourne as well as international foodie tours.
Under the festival banner Foodie Trails also curates a wide range of cultural festivals in venues like Queen Victoria Market, Bunjil place and MCG. The events are a celebration of food, community and culture.