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Posted out to either yourself or the recipient.
There are several ways to redeem a voucher:
Enter the unique Voucher ID when booking the tour
Call the Foodi office on 1300 39 40 41 to book a date
Click the “Redeem a Voucher” link above.
To redeem a general voucher, please call 1300 39 40 41.
Vouchers are available for every offered tour. They are valid for up to 12 months from the date of purchase and can be redeemed for any tour of the same value.
Please note: Email vouchers are delivered instantly (and can be printed for gifting), however postal vouchers can take up to 5 working days to arrive.
Vouchers are non refundable or redeemable for cash
Thanks again for a wonderful morning in chocolate heaven. My eyes are wide opened and I now see budding chocolatiers everywhere! Best wishes for continued luscious expeditions. From chocolate-besotted Joanna Wagg (with Michael, the accompanying husband). Life by Chocolate Warm comfy bed envelops the chilly July morning. Steeling ourselves for the tantalisingly-named ‘chocolate walking tour’ advertised on the Foodi website in my inbox, one Friday, we give in and shiver out. Eight disparate secret-carrying strangers congeal into a group, at the corner of York and Elizabeth Streets, Sydney for a 10am, not-so-sharp start. Bright and breezy Tracey-Ann, our chocaholic guide, shares some useful statistics, history and trivia about chocolate-making in Sydney, before leading us to our sickly deaths by chocolate. Chocaholism has been her raison d'être for such weekly sojourns for the past eighteen months. We tempt our tastebuds at five chocolate-making haunts, dotted sporadically through the CBD. Persist with the effort Darrel Lea, Woollies, Coles and two-dollar shop chocolates, for even the classy Ferrero Rocher and Lindt don’t rate a mention on this select little amble . Down to Barangaroo, sleek and shiny new to Oh Boo, to die for. Oh Boy. Chocolate heaven causes chocolate brain. The rest is a blur of rich brown, creamy, soft, delicious, irresistible and decadent. Michael remembers, not fully immersed like me in this rich chocolate maze. Mind smudged around the edges and soft in the middle, behind marshmallow lenses of cacao and possibility. Ribboned and patterned cardboard designer bags, chic and over-arm-resting. Housing the best of the best, these ones won’t last. Eat them and enjoy them, for they will wither and fade; preservative-free. What better reason to indulge. Chocolate! 5/5 by Joanna Wagg Chocolate Walking Tour Sydney 27-7-2017
We had a fabulous and interesting time, discovering some real gems and facts and yummy foods 5/5 by Belinda Bateman Secret Foodi Tour Adelaide Adelaide 26-7-2017
The event was great! Our guide Tracey Anne was knowledgeable, warm, and welcoming. The shops were great and the chocolates were delicious. Awesome day 😊 5/5 by Kristie Vasili Chocolate Walking Tour Sydney 24-7-2017
Dave our guide was excellent. He was very knowledgeable about Chocolate and it's history and the venues we went to were authentic and tasty. A mouth watering 3 hours.
Would definitely recommend to any chocolate lovers out there 5/5 by Priyesh Shah Chocolate Walking Tour Brisbane 24-7-2017
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