Posted: July 01, 2019 21:20 by admin
Topics: Food Tours


Winter Garden Food Tours



So we had the honor of being invited to join one of the Winter Garden Food Tours

3 waves of delicious food selections from the curators all from within plant street market! 



We started with vegan chips consisting of quinoa chips, corn chips, and some black bean chips with hummus
from press’d and some tempura shrimp from jodo. Finishing up appetizers we got some fresh ceviche from
Ceviche Mix and those were just the start because then we got cut up pieces of mango paleta from Paleteria
Original to put into some san pellegrino orange sparkling water which is as incredible as you'd think it is because
it was perfectly refreshing. 


Now onto the main course, ribs made by This Little Piggy...fall off the bone delicious, combined with the Local
Butchers fresh veggie salad we were feeling like this was a solid entree. Just when we had felt that perhaps we
had takes a healthy route WGFT brought out the big gun, a hybrid, the offspring of Mac’d Out’s bacon mac n cheese
and a fat onion ring from Burger-Fi. Creamy, salty mac packed perfectly into this crispy giant onion ring this was
an exclusive that is only available on this food tour. 


Now that the blood is really pumping we hopped right into desert. Root beer from Crooked can brewery with some
ice cream to make an excellent root beer floats. What came next is something I was very unprepared for.
Macarons from David Ramirez chocolates, donuts from Sir Benji's Donuts, with fresh cream and local honey
from Wild Florida Honey. I would be lying if I told you this custom creation was not my favorite thing that I had
that night. The macarons were perfect, the cream freshly whipped, donuts fresh cooked and flaky with fresh
berries and the gorgeous finishing touch of local honey. 


The whole thing was one hell of an experience at a very reasonable price you can look into it more with the link
I leave below. Enjoy but beware, the itis awaits.
















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