Time: Saturdays 12pm
Duration: 3 hours
Meeting Point: East End Terrace
Foodi have gathered together the best high tea elements in the CBD to bring you a modern progressive high tea experience.
High Tea was once a meal for the working man, taken standing up or sitting on tall stalls, which is where the 'high' comes from.
The charm of high tea is becoming increasingly popular across Adelaide, with many hotels, tea rooms and historic buildings offering an array of treats.
This tour will explore some of Adelaide's hidden gems, and in addition to high tea, you'll learn about the art and culture of the city.
You'll visit a variety of venues, each with their own history to tell and samples to share, including a mix of sweet and savoury options. Sparkling wine will be made available for purchase at most venues.
Your friendly host will discuss how tea was established and came to Australia, as well as the history of high tea, afternoon tea and cream tea.
During the tour, you'll also discover the old East End Markets whilst walking through Adelaide's beautiful streets, and finish off along North Terrace.
There will be some walking involved on the day as the tour progresses from venue to venue, so please wear comfortable shoes and bring an umbrella if the weather calls for it.
The High Tea Walking Tour cannot accommodate vegan or dairy free/lactose intolerance diets.
A minimum of 4 people are required for the tour to proceed.
To request a private tour for 8 or more, click here.
Refund Policy: Full refunds given with 5 days notice.
Dates can be changed with 3 days notice.
Terms and Conditions: Please be advised that although we make every effort to ensure that we accurately represent Foodi's service and products, venues are subject to availability, and we reserve the right to make changes to all samples on tours.
Foodi require a minimum of 4 people for the tour to successfully proceed.
It s good experience to learn cultural background of the area and also to know the people that share the same interest in food. The length of the event is suitable. 4/5 by Tanya Sharkey 13-8-2018
Guide was lovely. Very informative and put the group at ease. 4/5 by Leanne YOUNG 12-8-2018
I loved the afternoon with my friends and trying something new and finding out about new places I didn't know existed. 4/5 by Raeleigh Carr 10-8-2018
4/5 by Heather Garnett 28-7-2018
I really enjoyed it. The food was good and the insights into Street art was interesting. 4/5 by Danielle Welch 17-7-2018
The venues were really good. I had only been to T2 beore, but itís down here I enjoy going so I didnít mind. Their were generous servings of food and drink at all the venues and the staff were all really welcoming and knowledgeable. Our guide Natalie was really friendly and knowledgeable as well and easy to talk to. 5/5 by Ashleigh Harris 14-7-2018
It was a lovely event, I learnt so much about adelaide art that I didnít know before and the food was great! 5/5 by Rebecca Evans 1-7-2018
I enjoyed evety minute. 5/5 by Anita Hillier 3-6-2018
Think it was slightly expensive for what we got. 4/5 by Suzanne Ricketts 8-4-2018
Interesting range of venues 4/5 by Denise Ryan 27-3-2018
4/5 by Lindy LeCornu 24-3-2018
Really liked it and the places we visited. Was great to spend Aubrey's last tour with her coz I've always liked her and enjoyed the 3 tours I've done with her as our host. She's a great Foodi tour guide and I'm sorry to hear she is leaving. Goodbye and good luck Aubrey 5/5 by Bronwyn Rolls 19-2-2018
4/5 by Jillian Leane-Silva 10-2-2018
It was nice to meet Laura again (for the Brunch tour the week before, I enjoyed meeting with Yolanda again :) ), she brings in a lot of information about the history and art and she is such a foody herself, she loves cooking and eating and having a guide who fully enjoys makes it all the more pleasant. 5/5 by Deborah Latreuille 14-1-2018
Well run and timed. Laura was great. Good choice of foods overall. 4/5 by Bruce Amos 13-1-2018
It was an enjoyable tour and it was great to go to places in Adelaide I hadn't been to before. Anna is very good at her job, experienced and fun. Also the whole booking and reminder process is very good. 4/5 by Deborah Jaensch 19-12-2017
I particularly liked the fact that there were only 6 people on the tour. It certainly made it comfortable and ease of conversation. Other foodi tours we have on have been so big it became onerous. 5/5 by Marty Azzopardi 3-12-2017
I thought the tour was great.. Some of the stops were interesting, not as high tea like as I thought it would be, deconstruction high tea I think... Over all the day was gorgeous and was a great way to meet new people. Audrey was able to tell us some great facts about the old fruit and vegetable market. 4/5 by Tenae Colmer 10-11-2017
Well organised, friendly companions-and discovering places that we didn't know existed in our own city was a bonus! 5/5 by Stella Edwards 8-10-2017
FANTASTIC!!!!!!!!!! great stops and an AMAZING tour guide!! 5/5 by Pamela 24-9-2017
5/5 by Margaret Marshall 24-9-2017
It was a nice day out, the group we had were a nice bunch of people. Something different than just going to lunch. 4/5 by Barbra McDiarmid 24-9-2017
Most enjoyable. Guide had excellent local knowledge 5/5 by Lee Miller 13-9-2017
Good range of nibbles 4/5 by Lee Miller 12-9-2017
Found it very interesting history wise and plenty of food to eat. 4/5 by Helen Kerrison 10-9-2017
Thoroughly enjoyed the tour. It was interesting and the venues were great. 5/5 by Madeleine 28-8-2017
Fabulous Kerry was very friendly and informative will be recommending to friends. Thank you. 5/5 by Lyn Retallick 30-7-2017
Very informative, fun, great way to spend an afternoon with friends. Our guide was friendly, and made sure everyone had everything they needed, and was well organised. Highly recommend. 5/5 by Heather Inglis 9-7-2017
Really enjoyable experience, lots of food and tea, good combination of savoury and sweet 5/5 by Lydia Kairl 3-7-2017
Fun, great to find out about little gems in Adelaide. Good length of walking. Loved East End Cellars and food provided. All food good. 4/5 by Dianne Glouftsis 19-6-2017