Each Edible Paris itinerary is custom-designed to satisfy your food needs. Included in the price are a detailed written itinerary, a map locating each shop, market, restaurant and café, opening hours for that day, and restaurant reservations on request. Edible Paris itineraries are not guided, giving you the freedom to explore Paris at your own pace. Guided tours are also available (see price list below).
Prices are listed in euros and are payable by Visa, Mastercard, PayPal or bank transfer.
Half-day personalized itinerary with maps
One-day personalized itinerary with maps
Two-day personalized itinerary with maps
Three-day personalized itinerary with maps
Personalized half-day guided tour with Rosa, Stephen or Claude (10am-1pm or 4-7pm)
1-3 people: 300 euros
4-6 people: 400 euros
If you would like to follow this with a meal, the cost of the meal will be in addition to the fee.
For further information or to book a tour or itinerary, please send an e-mail to rosa(at)rosajackson.com or call +33 6 81 67 41 22.
Edible Paris recommends that you travel with the appropriate insurance and accepts no liability for any losses, injuries or damage incurred while following an itinerary, recommendation or tour.
"I just wanted to thank you for the tour - we really enjoyed it, and more importantly Chris had a great time. It made us want to live in Paris and be able to shop in those places every day! The sad thing is we didn’t seem to find the time to go back and buy lots of goodies to come home, so we’ll need to visit again armed with the Gourmet Paris guide.
Also, Les Papilles was superb – lovely atmosphere, we had an extremely tasty pumpkin veloute with chorizo, some fantastic beef (skirt we think, but slow cooked to be meltingly delicious), a blue cheese with a divine prune compote and a kind of apple trifle. A brilliant start to the weekend and on the list as one of our best meals ever. L’Epigramme was also great, different atmosphere, much more formal but still relaxed. I had scallops which were so good I can’t remember what Chris had, then an amazing soul warming pot au poulet while Chris had lamb with beans followed by cantal cheese.
We also (heroically) went to Le Timbre for lunch on Saturday – the chestnut soup and cochon noir followed by Stichleton (hurrah!) with a lovely Pic Saint Loup was also up there as one of our greatest meals.
Thank you again – we had a brilliant time."
Gwenan Dee, Manchester