We can say that we're the best walking food tour in Adelaide till we turn blue, but we can't deny the reviews!

We have enormous love for all of our Feasters, especially ones that review us and make sure that we're in the top 10 'food and drink' experiences on TripAdvisor!

Leo P“"The Adelaide Feast"”
Although it was raining that did not dampen the sprits of our tour guide, the knowledge she showed on the history of Adelaide was remarkable and pointed things out to us that we have walked passed numerous occasions and never noticed. A special mention to the art work scattered across the CBD, who knew Adelaide has such a vibrant art scene, some of the art works were spectacular. Now for the food - Every establishment we went to was locally owned and all had their own story of the journey that brought them to where they are now. There was even an aircraft Engineer that gave away a lucrative job to follow his passion. The food was amazing and we were definitely full by the end of the tour. I highly recommend this tour to tourists and locals alike, there is some much history and culture even us locals did not realise!
Visited September 2016


We went as a family on this tour for my mums birthday. We had a great time - it was really nice to visit different areas of Adelaide which we normally wouldn't see and learn some fun facts along the way. The dumplings were delicious, and we were so full we had to roll back to our car. Great day and I would recommend to people visiting Adelaide or for someone who feels like being a tourist in their own town for a few hours.Visited August 2016

Nikk H - “Left speachless... in the best way!”
Took my visiting dad and my 3 kids on the tour and OH. MY. GOODNESS! It was amazing!!! The tour guide was lovely and it was amazingly family friendly. As a local I was not expecting much but both my dad and I were blown away... can't wait to have more out of town guests and do it again! I recommend to all! Experience RADelaide!

BilbyAdelaide - “Dumpling walking tour”

Booked easily via their web site. Cost $49pp. Met our delightful tour guide Carrie at China Town at the entrance on Gouger street. Found a free carpark on Kingwilliam street a short walk away. Tour went for 2 hours. Visited 4 places and the food was really nice and plentiful. Our tour guide pointed out interesting facts on the tour. Walked a bit but pace was fine even for my relatively slow Walker father. Toilet stop available. Great to do for locals too. Was an early Father's day gift. Carrie showed us great street art.
Visited September 2016

Amy W - “Dumpling tour!!”
I was really looking forward to this - given my love of dumplings - and the tour didn't disappoint. There was stacks of food and we have pretty much had to roll home. 
I was expecting Chinese dumplings so was pleasantly surprised by the variety. 
Really enjoyed the street art along the way too, and the historical info. 
Thanks Carrie - a really lovely afternoon.
Suemeasday - “Informative and Fun Foodie tour.”
Great fun and very interesting tour, visited 6 foodie places and stopping to learn about street art along the way. We did the $25 option, but your own food along the way, but Caitlin gave us a heads up about what was usual if we'd gone with the all inclusive price too. Great to go to some out of the way and local produce eateries around the inner city. Even converted our hubbys who thought it would be boring but really enjoyed it. Definately recommended!
markm52 - “Food Feast For Sure!”

We really enjoyed our Adelaide Feast tour with Carrie. The tour was really well-paced and varied, providing an interesting mix of history and street art along with a delicious combination of food experiences. Carrie engaged well with everyone, sharing her local knowledge and making our tour very enjoyable.
Visited June 2016

KTLondonNYSF - “Phenomenal”

I ended up in this tour by chance. I thought I had booked a tour in the Central Market, got there and realised I had actually booked into Feast on Foot so I ran over there to make it for the start time. I'm so so glad I did this tour (not that I know what the Central Market one is like but I had no complaints at all about this one!)
First of all, it combined 2 of my favourite things: Food and Street Art. Our tour guide was so knowledgeable about the local food and art scene and took her time to explain everything.
We had so much food!! Couldn't possibly have eaten any more. And everything was well organised and varied. I won't give away all the places we went to but rest assured, you won't regret doing this! 
Visited May 2016