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The newest foodie tour in Hong Kong. Join our expert local guides to indulge in some of the best Dim Sum in Hong Kong. Choose from either our Mongkok or North Point tours. Both tours are walking tours taking 3-4 hours and including 5 - 7 different...more
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It was supposed to be a group tour but we were lucky to have it to ourselves. We visited Mong Kok market and local eateries and sampled a dozen of different foods. 100-year old Tofu place was a real highlight. William the tour guide turned...More
For those that want to want to try Hong Kong's delicacies, find out about some of the history and explore the markets as well, this tour is highly recommended.
We had Yan as our guide around North Point. She was absolutely lovely - friendly, down...More
Today was amazing! We met the lovely Yan at our designated area and it was like meeting a great friend! She took us to foodie places we would never have found or even had any idea of how to order! We walked and talked and...More
If you want a real range of Hong Kong's culinary offering, with a brilliant and passionate guide, this is the tour for you. as well as tasting many different and unique dishes, you get to hear about how people live day to day in one...More
We travel a fair bit and always include a foodie tour when we do so as quite often we miss out on the great places to eat but also what to eat. We did our foodie tour today and it was superb. We trialled ate...More
Our family of 5 joined Yan for a food tour of Hong Kong's Chinatown and were very pleased. We were the only guests on the tour and she was able to explain everything that we were eating in depth and truly allow us to get...More
I've only ever gone to Sham Shui Po for its markets and electronics shops. Little did I know that it's such a rich food and culture hub too! I especially enjoyed the noodle and fried bun stops, and also the random roadside options such the...More
It’s very rare to have a tour company run a tour when you are the only guest, but due to others last minute cancellations, that was the case today. I am so happy that they did! The meeting spot was easy to get to and...More
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Thank you malakialj, it was a delight having you on our tour. William is a great guide. He is a true local and being a retired academic is very knowledgeable especially when it comes to Chinese medicine. We love that you enjoyed all the tastings....More
I absolutely enjoyed this tour, especially since I got to do it with my friends. The portions were just right. We felt satisfied throughout the tour without feeling too full. We also got a great variety of sweet/salty and hot/cold food and beverages. It was...More
When my friend and I saw that there is a food tour in Sham Shui Po, we couldn't resist. We had to try it. I remember being in Sham Shui Po before with my mom( she was wholesaling and into fabric) but I've never been...More
It’s one of the highest density districts in the world, so come to Mong Kok prepared for action. Home to every market, restaurant and shopping arcade imaginable, Mong Kok is the one-stop shop to satisfy all your shopping needs. Dust off your finest negotiation skills and dive into the bartering frenzy. Similar retailers will conveniently congregate in the same area forming easy to remember references such as
“flower street” and “sneakers street.” Here you will also find various local delicacies being served at street snack shops or hole-in-the-wall restaurants. One reliable rule of thumb: the smaller the place, the better the food.