Quito food tour the highlight of your trip

Street food essentials


3-4 Hours

A foodie walking tour

3-4 Hours, Day tour

What you'll do

After years of research, we’ve selected a handful of the best street food stands in Quito. A collection of our country’s most representative dishes in the most unexpected locations. We’ll walk around Quito’s back streets learning about its history, culture, and architecture, stopping at public markets, family-owned shops and hole in the wall eateries to try exotic fruits and juices, seafood delicacies and local bites made with fresh ingredients and heirloom recipes. To finish our journey, a chocolate tasting and cocktail await in a local art space.

Where we meet

where we meet

What's the plan

what to expect
  • Meet up at starting point
  • Eat through different neighborhoods
  • Chocolate tasting
  • Finish with a cocktail

What's included

whats included
  • Bilingual Guide (Eng./Spa.)
  • Food in 4 stops and fruit tasting
  • Chocolate tasting
  • 1 cocktail or coffee (soft drinks available)

What to bring

what to bring
  • Walking Shoes
  • Discrete Apparel
  • Sunblock/hat
  • Backpack
  • Sweater/rain coat

Street food essentials

From $120 / Person


3-4 Hours

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Believe the hype

This tour gave me an incredible introduction to Quito food. From exotic fruits to seafood delicacies, every bite was delicious. The guide was knowledgeable and passionate about the local cuisine. Highly recommend this tour for any food lover!

Hannah G, 35 years old

The best Quito food tour I've ever experienced! We visited hidden street food stands that served amazing dishes. The tour also included exploring downtown's flea market and street art. A perfect blend of food and culture.

Andrew M, 40 years old

Absolutely the best food Quito has to offer! This tour took us to the most unexpected and delightful food stands. The local bites were incredible, and the chocolate tasting at the end was a sweet finale. A must-do for food enthusiasts.

Miguel G, 27 years old

If you're looking for Quito Ecuador food tours, this is the one to choose. The guide led us through the back streets and hidden food gems of the city. The flavors were authentic and unforgettable. A fantastic way to experience Quito's culinary scene.

Danny P, 38 years old

This Quito city food tour was fantastic! We tasted fresh ingredients and traditional recipes that have been passed down for generations. The tour also showcased cool off-the-beaten-path architecture and street art. A memorable experience!

Andrea S, 29 years old

The food in Quito, Ecuador, is amazing, and this tour highlights the best of it. From street food to a top chocolate tasting, every stop was delicious. The guide's insights into the culture and cuisine made the tour even more enjoyable. Highly recommended!

Sofia L, 26 years old

Delving deeper

A traditional food in Quito is "Locro de Papa," a hearty potato soup that often includes cheese and avocado. This dish is beloved for its rich, creamy texture and comforting flavors, making it a staple in many local households and restaurants.