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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 US$97.90
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Small-Group Hong Kong Island Food Tour
From US$97.94
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.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Excellent way to sample local foods

We joined the small group food tour and had a great time. The tour started at a dim sum restaurant called Lin Heung Kui Tea House where our guide Agnes handled all the ordering and flagging down the carts. We were really grateful to have...More

1  Thank LoveTheSunshine82
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Hong Kong Island food delights

From the get go it was obvious Nathan knew what he was on about. Besides the food (more on that later) there were interesting facts injected into the tour. He showed us back alleys, traditional medicine ingredients and explained Feng Shui battles between some big...More

1  Thank Steven H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Amazing!

Nathan was our guide and he was fantastic. I actually live in HK and had a friend visiting. I learned new stuff and ate some terrific food. I had food in places I wouldn't go into alone for fear of getting sick. But seriously, everything...More

Thank travelmama2008
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Delicious, informative and fun tour

My partner and I joined this Food Tour of Hong Kong Island at the end of April and can certainly recommend both the itinerary, the food and most certainly the tour guide. Mel shared a wealth of information not only about the food, but the...More

Thank ckBB2014
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Informative and delicious!

I highly recommend this tour! It was perfectly paced, so that we were able to sample lots of food -- all of it wonderful -- without feeling overwhelmed. Mel was an exceptionally good tour guide. He really had the inside scoop and was clearly valued...More

Thank Kara F
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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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