Tours and Tickets by Lost Plate Xian Food Tours
Xi'an Evening Food Tour by TukTuk
Once the last stop on the fabled Silk Road, the ancient city of Xi’an is a melting-pot of cultures—with a rich culinary tradition to match. On this insider’s food tour, leave navigation to your guide, who leads you through the winding streets of the Old City. Ride in style between food stops in your own private tuk-tuk, and enjoy a morning or evening tour to best suit your schedule.
Xi'an Morning Food & Market Tour by TukTuk
This is not another walking tour but a small group tour travel by private tuktuk and offer unlimited food and drinks while you and your English-speaking guide are whisked around Xi’an off the beaten path. You will visit one of China’s oldest and largest markets, eat where the locals eat at small, family-run businesses and try the best local food at places you can’t find on your own...plus a lot more surprises!
Instagrammable Photo Walk of Xi'an
Up your Insta game while exploring both old and new Beijing with a local guide. On this walking tour, your guide will show you the best spots, angles, and poses to capture incredible insta-worthy photos at multiple destinations around the city. Editing and filter suggestions will also be provided after the photo walk. No special equipment is needed for this tour.
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Jesse S wrote a review Jun 2020
Annabel M wrote a review Apr 2020
Sydney, Australia31 contributions9 helpful votes
This is the real food of China, varied, tasty and a great tour of the back alleys of Xian with a knowlegable guide and interesting group of fellow travellers. Highly recomended!!
Date of experience: November 2019
Traveler799992 wrote a review Apr 2020
Singapore, Singapore4 contributions
Alexandra E wrote a review Mar 2020
New York City, New York6 contributions
This was by far and away the best food I had on my entire trip in China! Not only was the food outstanding but all the local places were so accommodating and inviting. Best soup dumplings in my life! And I now am obsessed with the biam biam noodles and I’m desperately trying to find them in New York. My only regret was not going on the tour as soon as I arrived in Xian because I couldn’t revisit the places before my journey home.…
Date of experience: December 2019
Nancy R wrote a review Feb 2020
23 contributions7 helpful votes
Wonderful experience. We traveled through the alley ways of old Xi'an sampling the vast array of local cuisines. Watched a restaurant make biang niang noodles banging the dough making the sound "Biang Biang!" Learned the history of Xi'an as the terminus of the Silk Road and the influence of the spices on the cuisine. The guides are super knowledgeable and friendly. Good for the adventurous eater (me) and the picky eater (teenage daughter). Hands down the best experience we had in Xi'an. Authentic, educational, fun, cultural,delicious!…
Date of experience: February 2020