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Food and market experiences in one of the world's most exciting culinary cities! Organized and lead by bilingual expats and locals who live in and love Chengdu.
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Chengdu 610011, China
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+86 151 1402 7611
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed October 16, 2017

Ate great food at several small restaurant and market stalls that were the best of their type. There's no way I would have found these on my own, even if I had weeks to do so. Instead, in about 4.5 hours we tried a large...More

2  Thank lanikai7777
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed September 26, 2017 via mobile

We went on the group tour but it ended up being just us 2 so was a private tour in a way. We were happy with that. Anita was nice and spoke very good english. However, the tour was not what we expected. We paid...More

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Jordan P, Manager at Chengdu Food Tours, responded to this reviewResponded September 29, 2017

Thanks for your feedback - it helps us continue to improve as much as possible. I am, however, quite sorry that our experience did not match your expectations. We are a very small team who loves this city and works hard to try to share...More

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Reviewed 4 days ago

While visiting our son who is studying in Chengdu we decided that all of us would enjoy trying some places and different foods, Chengdu Food Tours gave us this opportunity. Jordan was a terrific and knowledgeable host. He let us to fantastic places and introduced...More

Thank mtnferraro
Reviewed 5 days ago

Jordan took our family (my wife and I + two kids - 2&3) through the streets of Chengdu and showed us some amazing food and tastes of sichuan. The tour was very informative and relaxed and Jordan was super patient with our kids who were...More

Thank sunnyjim007
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

I signed up for this walking food tour at the end of a two week stay in Chengdu during which I'd already eaten at a raft of recommended places, loved the food but had never been quite sure what I was eating. Our foodie guide...More

Thank Walpy
Reviewed 1 week ago

The sweetwater noodles and the barbecued rabbit were the highlights for me! Worth every penny we paid. The only recommendation I could make is that water should be more readily available. I only had 2 chances for water in almost 5 hours.

Thank durkdye81
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A wonderful experience from start to finish. These guys take into account everyone's needs and ensure everyone has a great time. I took the tour with my daughter and we found it to be just fabulous

Thank mandyc142018
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We walked with Xiao through Chengdu sampling local street food, baking, dumpling, noodles and pickles at a local market. Great information about the food culture of Sichuan, some local history too, plus information about the cooking styles and flavours. Our 15 year doesn’t like hot...More

Thank AberdeenshireTom
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I do a food tour or walking tour in nearly every major city I visit. Jordan's informative walk through Chengdu food culture was both enlightening and enjoyable. Food gives you a window into the culture of the place you're visiting and that kind of insight...More

Thank EatingSnow
Reviewed September 25, 2018

This is well worth your time and money. Anita took us through the back streets to sample dishes unknown to even those very familiar with Sichuan food. We tried "sweet water noodles" (amazing), Sichuan peppercorn cookies (never had anything like that - incredible!), stewed rabbit's...More

Thank star33p
Reviewed September 15, 2018

Trying Sichuan food was on my must-do list during my recent travel to China and I ended up at the Chengdu Food Tours website while searching for guided food tours in Chengdu. The website is not like any commercial tour website where you pick dates...More

Thank Dr1ftW00d
Reviewed September 12, 2018 via mobile

Jordan took us to street vendors, back alleys and hidden wet markets where we could take bites of fresh spices, spirits, meat and vegetables. He is very knowledgeable about chengdu food culture and you can nail him with questions about everything you ever wanted to...More

Thank Markus S
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