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Athens food tour - which to choose?

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I want to take a food tour while in Athens. I've found several possibilities but am having difficulty deciding which one is best. Does anyone have any personal experience with any of these?

Athens Walks, 4 hours, 50 euros, http://www.athens-walks.com/#!athens-food-tour

Athens Walking Tours, 3:15 hours, 48 euros, http://www.athenswalkingtours.gr/Athens-Food-Tour

Context Tours, 3 hours, 70 euros "plus additional costs" (which I assume means you have to pay for the food you try), http://www.contexttravel.com/city/athens/walking-tour-details/beyond-feta-a-food-tour-of-athens

Culinary Backstreets, 5.5 hours, $135 (not euros), http://www.culinarybackstreets.com/culinary-walks/athens/

I think all include the costs for the foods tasted, except I'm not sure about Context Tours, which might be the exception to that.

Are the more expensive tours worth the price, or should I just pick one of the cheaper ones? I'm not opposed to a higher cost tour if it is significantly better than others.

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