My friends and I wanted to get together so we decided to meet up in SF for a food tour in the Ferry building. This would be a great start for anyone wanting to try out a food tour. It was a short walk since everything was inside the ferry building. We tasted a bigger than palm sized cherry tart, a thumb size sea salt Carmel chocolate, 2 different cheeses, bread, cupful slices of prosciutto, French macaroons, small cup sized chilli, and spring rolls (from slanted door). The tour started at 9:30 and ended at 11:30am. Sophie was our guide and she was great and knowledgeable. She is very passionate about food. She could also give you tips on where to go and what to do around the area.
It was a great day in the city. There were a lot if people in the ferry building. The farmers market on Saturdays was bustling. Lots of interesting things to see and taste. There are definitely other food you can taste for free as you walk around after the tour. Come hungry or have a light breakfast as we did. Don't forget to bring water or any beverage as there is no stop for a beverage during the tour. My friends and I am looking for other tours to go to since we had a great experience here.
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