Discover the dishes and learn about the habits of the people of Marseille with this 3.5-hour food tour. Food is the best way to get into the culture of the city and Marseille has a lot to offer!
During this tour, you will taste some of the city’s specialties selected for you by locals. You will walk in one of the most beautiful areas of Marseille (Le Panier, Le Vieux port, Noailles ) and catch some history anecdotes! Here is a list of what you are possibly going to taste:
The Typical Provence Rosé paired with Tapenade:
Traditionally tapenade is olive-based with capers anchovy and olive oil. Very popular in the South of France, it is commonly enjoyed as bread spread paired with a glass of Rosé. Provence, the very first wine region in France, will deliver its history in a wine glass from the area
Homemade Tuna and Salmon “Rillettes":
Baked to preserve the delicacy and the freshness of the fish spread on toast.
Panisses with Aioli sauce:
Those discs shape of chickpeas flour are served with an Aioli sauce. Now a Provencal specialty, but that has its origins in Italy.
Tuna and shrimp Tartare:
Chopped into tiny dice by hand, cooked by the lemon juice marinade on it, this recipe has a very refreshing quality.
Walk around Marseille fish Market and you will see heaps of freshly caught Sardines! That is a very delicate marinade that leaves the fish soft and velvety. Marinated in delicious extra virgin olive oil from Provence, providing wonderful evocative flavors.
Roasted Cheese with pastis:
Camembert one of the most famous French cheese. Here you'll eat it stuffed with pastis, a typical alcoholic beverage of this area, and then roasted. Try to dip a crouton in it..delicious!!
Savors from Orient are calling! Crunchy and melting pastries to enjoy without admission of guilt! In this blue-tiles shop, you will travel to Tunisia through Loukoums and Makrout taste! All accompanied by a glass of tea.