The Answers You Need
Where do the tours begin?
The tours commence at Falcon Square. This is situated directly next to the train station, bus station and a thirty-seven foot high sandstone pillar in the middle of the new square, topped by a bronze unicorn, makes it easy to find!
Are the tours suitable for vegetarians?
Yes. Some portions of food on the tour are suitable for vegetarians and you will not leave hungry!
We welcome everyone on the food and drink tours, but are not always able to accommodate all dietary needs.
Let your tour guide know on arrival and we will accommodate you as much as possible.
Are the tours suitable for children?
Yes! These walks are for the whole family to enjoy. The tours do involve alcohol and entering licensed premises but there are non-alcoholic refreshments available for children.
Is Identification Required?
Do the tours run every day?
Yes. If you are fortunate enough to look under the age of 25, identification will be required to confirm your age. This is to ensure that we comply with UK regulations concerning the distribution of alcohol.
Although the legal drinking age in Scotland is 18, anyone that looks under the age of 25 must present ID when asked.
As per Food & Drink Tours Ltd terms and conditions, if you are not able to provide ID on request, you will be unable to consume any alcohol and no refund will be issued.
Yes. We offer two morning tours and two afternoon tours Monday to Saturday.
On Sundays, we are only able to operate the afternoon tours. Please see our 'Book a Tour' section for available options.
We take customer satisfaction very seriously. If you are not satisfied with the service we have provided, please send an email to and a member of our team will get back to you.