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Hong Kong Foodie Tasting Tours

Hong Kong, China
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About Hong Kong Foodie Tasting Tours
Recommended by the Hong Kong Tourism Board and led by true Hong Kong locals from this gastronomic mecca, Hong Kong Foodie Tasting Tours offers unique, small-group walking tours to explore and experience Hong Kong's culinary culture. Our mission is to lead hungry souls from around the world to wander off the beaten path in search of Hong Kong's favorite foods. We have researched throughout the city, tried many eateries, talked to restaurant owners, before putting together itineraries featuring many of the locals' most-loved foods. Along our journey, you’ll also get a taste of Hong Kong's other flavors - its history, culture, architecture and many hidden gems. We are a member of Global Food Tourism Association, Travel Industry Council and Hong Kong Association of Travel Agents. All our Foodie Guides are licensed. Join us on a memorable and unique experience of Hong Kong! For more information about the tastings, check tour availability or book a tour, please visit our website.
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Hong Kong Food Tour: Central and Sheung Wan Districts

Hong Kong’s vast culinary scene can feel overwhelming for first-time visitors unfamiliar with local specialties. Gain insider knowledge of the city’s cuisine and receive ample restaurant recommendations on this food-and-walking tour, which provides a cultural introduction to the city. Explore in a small group limited to 12 people and sample dishes such as egg tarts and Chinese-style roasted meat, as well as others you may never have heard of.
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3 hours 30 minutes
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Hong Kong Food Tour: Sham Shui Po District

With its vintage buildings and bustling markets, Hong Kong's Sham Shui Po district is one of the city’s most authentic neighborhoods, famous for its tantalizing street food staples. During this one-of-a-kind, insider’s culinary tour, escape the tourist traps and taste your way around Hong Kong’s best-kept foodie enclave. You’re guided through six locations, from charming, family-run eateries to teeming food stalls.
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3 hours 30 minutes
from $108.63

Temple Street Night Foodie Tour

Savor the Food — Eat like a local on our newest evening food tour through the buzzing Temple Street neighborhood. You’ll taste street snacks, try refreshing dessert, learn the secret of real sweet and sour sauce, and roll your sleeves up at the tour finale — a seafood dinner.

Experience History, Architecture & Culture — Energetic, eclectic, and straight out of a Hong Kong movie scene, this area from Mong Kok to Temple Street is the evening playground for neighborhood locals. Learn about what makes this area unique and the stories behind the fortune tellers, street singers, and food sellers.
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3 hours
from $101.84
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27fionas wrote a review Oct 20
Sydney, Australia7 contributions2 helpful votes
Enjoyed this tour of our local area during COVID restrictions and almost no tourism in HK. Yammy our guide, had taken a second job with the lack of tourists - but both of us and Yammy herself enjoyed running the tour for my husband and me. All of the locals called out as we walked along - through each market stall! Terrific opportunity to see our local area (as expats) - wandering and seeing inside kitchens of places we hadn't dared to visit ! We now have many new places to eat at !! Thanks Yammy !!!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Rory S wrote a review Jun 2020
Hong Kong, China30 contributions16 helpful votes
What a wonderful way to spend the afternoon with the family. Having lived in HK for a year we had tried some of these foods before but never knew why or how they fit into the local culture. It was a well thought through tour supporting local traders how produce quality food with age old traditions. A great way to engage our children in a food adventure where they could explore little side streets, cavernous food markets, taste the good stuff and hear about how food connects with the history and culture of Hong Kong. Definitely worth doing if you are staying put this Summer!
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Date of experience: June 2020
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AnitaS wrote a review Jun 2020
Hong Kong, China5 contributions3 helpful votes
This is a gem not only for visitors but also for expats living in Hong Kong. We took the whole family with friends and kids aged 8-12years and it was an amazing experience! A wonderful balance between great local food you’d never find by yourself and history or local anecdotes that just made everything so real and special. I look forward to trying out another route soon...
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Suzanne S wrote a review Jun 2020
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This was a fun, interesting and tasty way to spend an afternoon, finding out a lot about the history of the area as well as the food and businesses we visited. The behind the scenes insight, as presented by a local, was fantastic
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Date of experience: June 2020
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PBlyth wrote a review Mar 2020
Tampa, Florida232 contributions41 helpful votes
Our guide Carrie met us at the entrance to a subway in the Sham Shui Po area and took us on a very interesting and quite delicious food tour. She knows the area well and obviously enjoys sharing her knowledge. We had straight from the oven pineapple bun (it melts in your mouth), then long white rice rolls with a variety of seasonings (like white rolled up pasta but better), then freshly made tofu pudding. I normally don't eat tofu but this was like a thin yougert in ginger juice and tasty. We then tried two different dumplings - pork/cabbage and pork/watercress both of which were good most likely due to the presence of lard in the meat mixture. We got to go to the back of the Eight Angels bakery to meet the owner and try several crunchy cookies - yum! The last stop was the only bust in my opinion but a must for locals who enjoy fish soup with shrimp roe - way too fishy for my tastes. During the entire tour we were wandering in and out of different markets selling all manner of interesting items. Do not miss this tour!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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