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Your uniformed guide will meet you at the south-west corner of College Street and Spadina Avenue where you will set out on a walking tour that will showcase six different authentic Asian eateries. After a brief history lesson of Toronto, set off for your first tasting at a traditional Chinese bakery for an authentic delicacy that celebrates the Cantonese Festival of Spring. From here, you'll duck into a hole-in-the-wall joint that makes the best char sui boa in Toronto.

Next up, you'll visit one of Chinatown’s oldest and most authentic restaurants to taste a dish from the Fukin province of China, that Chef Scott likes to nickname “Chinese Risotto”, along with the best dry-fried squid in the city. A few steps down the street, you'll get to taste and watch as a favorite street vendor demonstrates his family’s version of a Chinese crepe.

Then it’s off for a Hong Kong dim sum experience where you will sit and taste four original dishes while learning the history of dim sum and its traditions. Walk off the feast by browsing an Asian food market before making a pit-stop for “window food”. Last but not least, to bring out your inner chef, you'll end the tour at Chef Scott’s favorite kitchen store which is a venerable “candy land” for some of Toronto’s top chefs.

The tour includes all of preselected food and beverages (ten authentic Asian dishes) and restaurant gratuities. Tour guide gratuities are graciously accepted at your discretion.
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Sample the Asian flavors for which Toronto’s Chinatown district is famous on this food tour in Toronto. Follow a guide through Chinatown and visit six different authentic Asian restaurants and food stalls. Sample tasty treats in a traditional Chinese bakery and speciality dishes from China’s Fukin province, and learn the history and traditions of Hong Kong dim sum. Sample street food in the bustling Asian food markets, and see where some of Toronto’s top chefs source their ingredients.
  • Food tour of Toronto’s Chinatown district
  • Visit six Asian restaurants and pop-ups in Chinatown with your guide
  • Sample the traditional speciality dishes Chinatown’s locals love
  • Mingle with shoppers in the busy Asian food markets
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Great time!

We had a great tour of old Chinatown with chef Kelly! She was friendly and knowledgeable and kept things moving at a good pace for our group. We ate delicious food (more than we should have!) and she customized the selections for our preferences which...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Delicious Way to Explore Chinatown

I went on the Old Chinatown Food Tour at the beginning of July and really enjoyed it! We stopped at several places and tried so many different foods. The tour included both quick bites and sit-down meals. Our tour guide, Ariel, was awesome. He’s really...More

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Reviewed 7 April 2018
Great way to experience Chinatown

My two teenage boys and I enjoyed our tour with Chef Scott. His knowledge of Chinatown and the history of the area was great but we also enjoyed his personal stories. He took time at the beginning of the tour to see how adventuresome we...More

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Chef Scott S, Owner at Toronto Food Tours Inc., responded to this reviewResponded 18 April 2018

It's always fun when people are willing to be adventurous and Chef Scott is always willing to oblige. Glad you guys had a great time and left with some tasty doggie bags.

Reviewed 7 April 2018 via mobile
You want this. Yes. You do.

So Chef Scott delivers on his promise, you won't leave hungry. Delicious Toronto Chinese food, including the hidden gem Chinese bakeries, a local favorite late nite hot spot and an in-the-know delicious dim sum. Again, trust the Chef... would never find these places on my...More

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Chef Scott S, Owner at Toronto Food Tours Inc., responded to this reviewResponded 18 April 2018

So glad you enjoyed Chinatown. It's always fun getting people to try new things. The area's so lively and full of great food!

Reviewed 7 April 2018
"Great Tour, Excellent Guides, So Much Food"

Let me begin by telling you if you are looking for sample portions, this is not that tour. My wife and I recently took this tour with Chef Scott and a new employee (sorry cannot recall her name). To begin with both of these individuals...More

3  Thank frederickwilliamm
Chef Scott S, Owner at Toronto Food Tours Inc., responded to this reviewResponded 18 April 2018

We're so glad you enjoyed the tour -- and that you went home happy and full. That's always our goal. No sample sizes here!

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