Till 31 Mar 2017:Tuesdays and Fridays
From 01 Apr 2017: Wednesday and Thursday
Approximately 4 hoursStart time
Tour starts from Jordan MTR station, Kowloon. Jordan MTR station is found on the Tsuen Wan Line (red).Ending Point
Tour Finishes at Yau Ma Tei Station.
Dumplings, noodles and Chinese deserts are among the local specialties that will be on offer during this tour.
An English-speaking local guide accompanies you on this small group tour, providing you with in-depth information about the local food, restaurants, customs, and landmarks.
Your Hong Kong Food Tour tour will start at the Jordan MTR station, found on the Tsuan Wan Line (or red line). A local English-speaking guide will accompany you throughout your tour of five delicious eateries in Hong Kong.
Not only will your tour guide take you to eat some of Hong Kong's most famous dishes, you'll get a brief tour of Jordan and Yau Ma Tei along the way! This walking tour takes you by some of Hong Kong's landmarks on your way to five unique dining locations, giving you a cultural experience as well as allowing you to eat delicious food. You'll see the sights and eat as the locals do, in authentic restaurants and at the outdoor Dai Pai Dongs.
Possible foods you'll get to sample include:
• Shanghai Dumplings, traditional soup dumplings made of flour. Dumplings are usually filled with a scrumptious mix of meat, vegetables, and a dash of sugar.
•Wonton Noodles, a popular Cantonese noodle dish. The dish is usually served with noodles, broth, leafy vegetables such as cabbage or lettuce, and dumplings.
• Claypot Rice, rice cooked in a clay pot. Once the rice is cooked, it's usually mixed with meat such as chicken or sausage, and garnished with vegetables. Sometimes the rice is also served with soy sauce.
• A range of Chinese desserts. Chinese desserts can be divided up into roughly six categories - bing, which are like pastries; candies made with ingredients such as sugar, nuts, fruits, syrup, and honey; gio, a variety of rice-based desserts that range from chewy, to fluffy, to firm; ices, slushy-like desserts; jellies, gelatin-based desserts often set with fruits or nuts; and soups, which include, sweet soups, hot soups, and custards.
After eating your way through delicious fruit, meat, veggies, and desserts, your tour will end at Yau Ma Tei Station. Happy eating!
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour to confirm all details.
A minimum of two adults is required for this tour to operate.
Voucher information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.
This tour will not operate when Red or Black Rainstorm Signal or Tropical Cyclone (Typhoon) Signals No. 8, 9 or 10 have been raised.
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have.
If you are happy with the services provided by your local guides, a tip – though not compulsory – is appropriate. While it may not be customary to you, it is of great significance to the people who will take care of you during your travels, inspires excellent service, and is an entrenched feature of the tourism industry across many destinations. Please consider this when budgeting for your extra expenses on this tour.
Maximum number on a tour is 8 people.
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