Montmartre Brunch Food Tour

Montmartre Brunch Food Tour

Experience this picturesque Parisian neighbourhood before the crowds arrive and discover the best local eateries behind the hill.
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A charming afternoon of brunch foods and hillside views…

Once home to the likes of Picasso, Van Gogh and Matisse, the dreamy, hilltop neighbourhood of Montmartre has earned its reputation as one of the most inspirational areas in Paris. Today it’s a popular tourist haunt and the most visited Parisian neighbourhood, but if you explore beyond the big landmarks and movie locations, you’ll find the original eateries and local hangouts that most tourists miss.

Our 3-hour Montmartre food tour starts early in the morning so you can experience this beautiful area before the big tour buses arrive.  We pick up a buttery pastry before taking the cable car up to the top of Montmartre hill to enjoy the breathtaking view. You’ll pass the Sacré Coeur and other highlights before we whisk you off to the backstreets behind Montmartre, where you’ll meet the real artisans that live and work in the area.

Enjoy an exclusive kitchen tour at a local bakery and meet the makers behind the bread. You’ll never look at baked goods the same again! Later, we sit down for a private meal at a humble neighbourhood bistro, popular for its simple and hearty homemade dishes.  Share a moment with your new friends and enjoy food and wine selected by the Montmartre-born owner himself.  Of course no Paris food tour is complete without crêpes! But have you ever tried a savoury crêpe? We take you for some of the best in town on our way back.

Join us as we walk beyond the typical hotspots and explore the food, stories and real people behind this historical neighbourhood.

Note: this tour requires walking up steep inclines. Not suitable for wheelchairs.

Valetina was a great guide! Kind and helpful, she did a great job educating us! It was great to see how close she was with all the stops we had. Would recommend to others!

- Derek M.

We were lucky enough to be the only ones on the tour for that day so we got a one on one, informative, first-hand tour of some of the best brunch spots in Montmartre. The participating restaurants were kind and gracious, not to mention delicious! Each spot was better than the next and Leo’s enthusiasm for the history of the region and food made us excited too!

- ErinMarie (TripAdvisor Review)

Our brunch tour with Leo was fantastic! It included the right amount of food tasting and a great mixture of insight into the adorable neighbourhood of Montmartre.

- Eebalv (TripAdvisor Review)

This was our favorite tour of our trip! My husband and daughter are Gluten-free due to allergy and our guide went above and beyond getting them options and making them feel included.

- Powhatangal (TripAdvisor Review)

Meet Your Local Paris Tour Guides

Experience the city with a Paris food tour guide and feel like a local.

Sylvana
Sylvana
Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Something simple like a crêpe oeuf fromage, a croissant aux amandes or just any kind of cheese
My favourite spot is by the river, anywhere between Pont d'Alexandre and the Ile Saint Louis. Have an picnic and a glass of wine
Lulu
Lulu
I was born & raised in Paris but spent a lot of time abroad, including 6 years in Shanghai, China
I’m obsessed with everything food & beverage related and have a great love for hospitality and bonding with people from all over the world. My fav french food is a very simple, yet delicious tarragon roasted chicken with some roasted potatoes and green beans.
My fav thing to do in Paris would be walking around my neighborhood, le Marais, and discover newly opened restaurants
Isobel
Isobel
Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, I moved to Paris in 2018 to pursue a Master's Degree in International Relations. Giving food tours combines my lifelong love of cooking & eating with my training in cultural diplomacy.
My favorite French food is foie gras...controversial but so delicious!
My favorite thing to do in Paris is "flâner," to walk without a purpose and enjoy what one encounters, usually ending with a glass of wine on a terrasse.
Camila
Camila
My name is Camila and I'm from Buenos Aires, Argentina. I've been living in Paris since 2018. Spending these years as a local, studying, tasting, absorbing and exploring the city, allow me now to share my knowledge and love for Paris to others. I’m also an actress and a filmmaker.
My favorite French food? All the pastries this country has to offer.
The thing I enjoy the most in Paris is going to a good local restaurant and walking around everywhere, discovering hidden streets, gardens and passages.
Benoit
Benoit
Born and raised in Paris, I started studying law but quit to follow my passion for history in La Sorbonne. I’m specialist in Parisian restaurants and cafés history and just published a book about it.
I love spending time in the great Aligre market and exploring my city, looking for the best food spots—particularly sweet, as a flan parisien or pain au chocolat.
When it's rainy and I'm not working on my thesis, I love listening to music and reading, comics as much as classics, as Guy de Maupassant.
Claire
Claire
I'm a French Kiwi, (we're known as Friwis!) and grew up in New Zealand. I've been constantly exploring Paris for 27 years. I'm a proud Parisienne and passionate about my city, forever in awe of its beauty and quirks and transformation, and I love sharing that passion with visitors.
My favourite French food has got to be a good magret de canard but I love all good food!
What I love most about Paris is that you never know what is around a corner -who or what you'll run into and what will happen. And you may think you know an area well but have you seen the magic that's behind that closed door when it opens, or the wonder of the street behind that one you always take?
Judith
Judith
From Paris, born and raised in the city.
Baguette of course ! With cheese or charcuterie... and French fries but Belgian people will tell you it is not French.
Explore the city by walking, discover new places such as restaurants, coffees, museums! Also reading at a terrace or in a park during the summer season. My favorite one? Parc Monceau in the 17th!
Juan
Juan
I'm Juan french-ecuadorian born and raised in Paris la Bastille.
What's my favorite French dish? I'd say it depends on the terroir, of course, but I can't stay away from French cheese for too long.
I'm in love with my city and I consider myself a flâneur, I like to wander aimlessly through the streets and over the bridges of Paris.
Helena
Helena
I am a Danish and American wine and food enthusiast with a deep passion for storytelling and creating memorable experiences.
My favorite French food is probably Sole Meunier (from Bistro Paul Bert of course) and all of the oysters from Normandie.
My favorite thing about Paris is that every single day contains so many possibilities. I’ll be walking about myself, stumble into a friend on the street, and all of the sudden we will be sharing a bottle of rosé champagne and talking for hours.