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Victoria

Culinary Tours & Schools

Fresh farm produce (Andrea Johnson photo)

Fresh farm produce (Andrea Johnson photo)

Culinary tours in Victoria incorporate ingredients from the nearby agricultural regions of the Cowichan Valley and Saanich Peninsula, along with the second highest number of restaurants per capita in North America.

Sample west coast cuisine on an urban walking tour with Travel with Taste Culinary Tours, or discover exotic – and tasty – flavours on a trip to Victoria’s Chinatown with Chef Heidi Fink Tours.

For a self-guided culinary tour, venture out to the Cowichan Valley and Saanich Peninsula – both rich farming areas are known for their commitment to “slow food,” and their abundance of farmers markets, farms, orchards and wineries. Find farmers markets in downtown Victoria too.

And don’t miss the cooking schools here in British Columbia’s capital city. Take Victoria cooking classes that incorporate local ingredients and produce dishes ranging from vegetarian to Italian.

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