FOOD lovers are being invited to enjoy a taste of the best Knutsford has to offer.

Knutsford’s new walking food tour, Taste Knutsford, is set to launch this autumn.

Taste Knutsford will showcase the best of Knutsford eateries, with guests walking around the town tasting a variety of foods from brunch, charcuterie, ice creams and sorbet, tapas through to afternoon tea and gin.

The tour will last about three hours, and will be led by food-loving tour guide Sophie Elizabeth Bratt, of food and healthy living blog Sophie’s Scran.

Each tour is limited to 15 people to keep it friendly and small and is best suited for age 14 and above, although bespoke group tours are available.

The tour will start at 11am and finish at about 2pm.

Eateries which are taking part in the tour are - Lost & Found, Booths, The Market Café, Morgan Edwards Fine Wines & Spirits, The Freemasons, Evuna, Real Fruit Creamery, Wine & Wallop, The Old Sessions House, The Cheese Yard, Cha Bar and The Courthouse.

Sandra Curties, the town centre manager said: “Taste Knutsford is about showcasing the food on offer in our town to tourists, and food lovers and locals as well as promoting our heritage and independent shops.

“Participants on the tour will come away armed with foodie facts and more than likely be very full!

“It is great to see a variety of restaurants and Booths getting involved and working together.”

Most stops will be 'on the go' tastings, but two will be sit down, and although the emphasis will be on food Sophie will also be pointing out some of Knutsford’s unique buildings and history along the way.

The tour can cater for vegetarians and food intolerances – please mention this when you book.

Each tour will cost £45 per person. After a soft launch on September 20, the first tours will take place on October 26 and 27, November 16 and 17 and February 1 and 2 next year.

For further details email Tickets can be purchased through

Sophie said: “I channelled my hobby of home-cooking into a cute little website and people started to follow along.

“Fast forward four years, and I’m still blogging about the food I eat, the places I love and how I try to maintain good health and happiness.

“Sharing my recipes, showcasing local food businesses, offering my restaurant recommendations and more.”