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Small-Group Hong Kong Island Food Tour

Highlights
  • Get an insider experience of Hong Kong’s fascinating culinary scene
  • Sample local specialties such as wonton noodles, egg tarts, and roasted meat
  • Receive enough restaurant recommendations to last your entire vacation
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Small-Group Hong Kong Island Food Tour
From USD 98.20
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Small-Group Hong Kong Island Food Tour
From USD 98.20
Overview
Experience the best of Hong Kong’s diverse culinary culture on an island food tour. Ideal for first-time visitors, this experience provides an overview of Hong Kong’s foodie scene and reveals lesser-known local specialties such as egg tarts and milk tea. Explore with ease in a small group limited to eight people, and receive enough restaurant recommendations from your guide to guarantee great food for the rest of your trip.
What to Expect

Convene with your guide and group at a designated meeting point in the Sheung Wan district of Hong Kong. Begin the tour with a dim sum breakfast at a nearly 100-year-old teahouse.

Then continue to a family-run, Michelin-recommended restaurant to sample wonton noodles accompanied by milk tea—a culinary relic of Britain’s colonial rule.

Following a ride on the famous Ding Ding Tram (at your own expense), you’ll sample char sui (roasted meat) before satisfying your sweet tooth with dan tat (egg tart) from a 60-year-old bakery.

Throughout the tour, peek into dried seafood and medicine shops, and the city’s oldest wet market. The tour concludes at your final stop.

Reviews (171)
1 - 5 of 112 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
interesting and so informative

done small group food tour with Mel a genuinely nice person.learned so much about ordinary Chinese cuisine.However was saddened to see sharks fin on open sale in such huge numbers. On a brighter note, Mel did say that its now thanks to the younger Chinese...More

Thank EdinburghNalad
Reviewed 1 week ago
Hidden gems shared

This was a wonderful tour. Our guide Jane was knowledgeable and eager to share this.The food we ate at each destination was amazing. All of us in the group,agreed that there was no way we would have found these gems ourselves. The tour was well...More

Thank Cashew0410
Reviewed 1 week ago
Wonderful introduction to Hong Kong food

Jane was our superb guide to Hong Kong food taking us to excellent places, explaining traditions and mysteries around food. Really to recommend, you will start with one of the best dim sums in town for breakfast and end with barbecued meat and egg tart.

Thank Anders F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Making sense of chaos! Thank you, Mel.

I must say, this tour was well worth it, all because of the guide. He is a real pro. He paced the tour so no one was left behind; he showed us many many items we would never have understood, from dried gecko to ginseng;...More

Thank JudiKirkp
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Lot's of Food and Fun

Just got back from China, and had to let you know about the small group food tour. As you can see from Vanessa’s review below, she beat me to getting a review on Trip Advisor, but I think she must’ve gotten back to the states...More

Thank William R
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Lucy G
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Response from Andy H | Reviewed this property |
Think it will depend on what your doing think ours was more that fours hours but it was worth doing..
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