Virginia was a warm, friendly, bubbly guide. We enjoyed the tour very much. It was a packed tour, with 3 ‘activities’: mini bus ride, visited Kowloon Walled City Park and watched a cute old man make a traditional fortune sign with the art of tearing paper, and 6 food stops! However it did not feel rushed, and we walked quite leisurely to get to the next food stop.
Come hungry. We tried Indonesian satay and ginger rice, Thai Larb Moo, Islamic Beef Sandwich/Bun, Chiu Chow noodles, Chinese Beef Brisket Noodles and Egg tarts. The eateries were food stalls, small local diners or part of a Government Market Complex. It showcases the diversity of what Hong Kong has to offer, beyond the standard dim sum and over priced tourist traps.
Combine delicious food with a dose of history, and local knowledge. Highly recommend!