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Secret Food Tour With the Locals in Tin Hau Hong Kong

From US$84.34
Highlights
  • Get off the beaten track and on the food trail in Tin Hau

  • Feast on at least eight dishes, washed down with water and Chinese tea

  • Learn about Hong Kong’s food culture from your local guide

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Secret Food Tour With the Locals in Tin Hau Hong Kong
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Secret Food Tour With the Locals in Tin Hau Hong Kong
US$84.34
Overview

Burst through the language barrier and get a handle on Hong Kong’s food culture with the help of a local guide on this small-group tour. Chow down on street food and home-cooked favorites from beef brisket to Shanghai-style soup dumplings, from roast goose to egg tarts. Along the way, stop at temples and a traditional paper shop, and tour a local market.

What to Expect
Please meet your guide and small group of up to 10 people Tin Hau Station MTR (subway under Island Line) station at Exit A1 on King's Road, we will leave the meeting spot at exactly 11AM. During the three and a half hour tour, our Hong Kong gastronomy guide will take you and your family or friends to experience our local life with visits to temples, a traditional paper shop and old market stores where you can broaden your horizons with unimaginable surprises.

Start this amazing tour with the most renowned beef brisket food house, where locals travel across districts to queue up just for a bowl. Then we'll head to  Shanghai style mini pork bun, filled with juicy soup inside. And we will stroll to the local food market to experience the local life. We will end the tour at a dim sum restaurant to taste our "secret dish" with your preferred choice of Chinese Tea to be served.

The tour ends around 2PM.

Food you will taste on this tour includes:
  • Hong Kong renowned Beef brisket with soup & rice noodle
  • Shanghai pan-fried mini pork bun
  • Roasted Goose with rice & plum sauce
  • Seasonal fruits (Ginseng fruit; Wax apple, etc)
  • Vegetarian snacks: homemade pottery cake & sesame rolls
  • Local beloved "egg tart" from a traditional Tea & Milk House
  • Dim Sum from a local Chinese restaurant
  • Our Delicious Mystery Secret Dish

Drinks you will try on this tour include: 
  • Water served in most Food Houses
  • Choice of Chinese Tea in Dim Sum restaurant
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1 - 5 of 11 reviews

Reviewed 16 July 2018
Great little local food joints led by knowledgeable guide

Michael was our guide who met us at the Tin Hau MTR and took us first to a beef brisket in clear broth "restaurant" - delicious (actually all of it was delicious). Then it was a place down the road doing pan-fried mini buns with...More

7  Thank TheBigGuy69
Nicolas J, Owner at Secret Food Tours Hong Kong, responded to this reviewResponded 5 weeks ago

A big thank you for writing us a very positive review and recommendation. Our team, including Michael, always make sure that you get to have only the best and most authentic food that Hong Kong has to offer. We're extremely happy that you've enjoyed each...More

Reviewed 2 July 2018
Where real Hong Konger's eat - delicious local food tour in Tin Hau

This is the must do food tour if you are visiting and want to eat like a local! We tasted bowls of delicious slow cooked beef brisket noodle soup with the a beautiful broth, iced lemon tea which was perfect for a hot day, crispy...More

5  Thank Silke M
Nicolas J, Owner at Secret Food Tours Hong Kong, responded to this reviewResponded 4 July 2018

Thanks, Silke, for this very detailed and honest review. Thank you for spending your trip with us and giving us the opportunity to show you the city. Please check our other tours as well and we hope to see you again, soon! :)

Reviewed 1 July 2018
A great introduction to Hong Kong food and drink

A very enjoyable, well-paced tour with a friendly and informative guide. There was a good mix of eating, walking and talking and the location was excellent as it gave you a chance to see real Hong Kong life away from the more touristy spots. We...More

6  Thank Al0eVera
Nicolas J, Owner at Secret Food Tours Hong Kong, responded to this reviewResponded 2 July 2018

Thank you for giving us a wonderful review. We are glad that we were able to meet your expectations. We hope to see you again, soon and try our other tours as well.

Reviewed 1 July 2018
Food tour

The your we did with Michael, was amazing, His knowledge was an insight into Hong Kong’s history and culture. The food we had at the different venues was beautiful. We learnt the story behind each restaurant/food house, about the owners and their dedication to food....More

6  Thank gwmmh77
Nicolas J, Owner at Secret Food Tours Hong Kong, responded to this reviewResponded 2 July 2018

Thank you for a beautiful review. Thank you for exploring the city with us, we are very honoured to have you. Please do check our other tours in Europe, USA, Canada and Asia. We hope to see you again, soon!

Reviewed 16 June 2018 via mobile
Food Tour with Michael

My husband and I pre-booked this tour for the day after our arrival so we’d get a good start to our six day stay in Hong Kong. We’re here to eat and wanted a primer! Michael was great! He was kind and engaging with our...More

5  Thank Sheila M
Nicolas J, Owner at Secret Food Tours Hong Kong, responded to this reviewResponded 24 June 2018

Hi Sheila, Thank you very much for joining us! We are very happy that your family had a great experience with Michael who took you around the neighborhood and introduce you to its tasty specialties. Please come again and visit our other Secret Food Tours...More

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