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“By now, a couple of hours into the food tour, it should come as no surprise that the conch chowder here is wonderful. Millions of people visit the Bahamas every year, but few of them will actually taste authentic island cuisine. It’s a fate that won’t befall us.”

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“If you have three hours in Nassau, this is a great way to spend it. The eco-friendly walking tour combines the food, history, and culture of The Bahamas in a way that’s sure to leave you satisfied.”

"Independent tours operate in some Caribbean ports and one of the best is this small group option from Tru Bahamian Food Tours. You explore Old Nassau from a food-meets-history perspective. Included are six food and drink stops, including several at family-owned restaurants. Sample airy conch fritters, pulled chicken and Bahamian-style mac and cheese, among other tasty treats.”

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“You will be able to savor the taste as you sample Bahamian delights and other ethnic treats on this even-paced food and cultural tour.”

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“If you’re curious about Bahamian food, culture and history, check out Tru Bahamian Food Tours. The walking tour was one of the best things I’ve ever done in a Caribbean port and totally the highlight of my recent Bahamas cruise.”

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A Mouth Full

"Dre is guided on a Tru Bahamian Food Tour with tour guide Alanna, who walks her through the city center and helps her to discover some hidden foodie gems right in the heart of downtown Nassau. Grab your walking shoes and get ready for a history lesson sprinkled with Bahamian bites along the way."

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“This satisfying epicurean journey takes you on a three-hour trek- filled with authentic eats (the steamed chicken and peas ‘n rice at your first stop, Bahamian Cookin’, are outstanding), and tasty trivia bites.”

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"I’ve been to Nassau at least 10 times, but I’d never explored the places this woman took us to. Tours like this one really fill a niche for the travellers who have already been there and done that.”

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“Signature experiences include the Bites of Nassau Food Tour in which guides walk guests around downtown Nassau to savor local fare such as conch fritters, guava jam and Tortuga rum cakes from restaurants that locals actually eat in.”

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"An afternoon of walking, exploring, tasting and learning. The day gave me a taste- both literally and figuratively- of all that is Bahamian.”

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“Here, they have a strategy and believe that food should sustain you and “make your stomach happy.” We had the steamed chicken in gravy and our stomachs were smiling all day long.”

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