Category Archives: Wine & Nightlife

Small-Group Hong Kong Island Food Tour

Small group food tour of Hong Kong island. 5 foodie stops in 4 hours. Try authentic Hong Kong yum cha (dim sum), wonton noodle soup, traditionally roasted meat, milk tea and the famous egg tart in local restaurants. Hong Kong food is primarily Cantonese cuisine but with some small key differences which reflect the city’s mixed British and Chinese heritage. On this tour we learn about the history of food in Hong Kong, from the traditional flavor from Guangzhou to the interesting western crossover cuisine that started popping up in the 1950’s as local chefs tried to produce cheap versions of British and Western favourites.

Private Food Tour: Hong Kong Island

Private Food Tours last 4 hours and provide a solid introduction to Hong Kong’s food which is primarily Cantonese Chinese cuisine but with some small differences here and there which reflect the city’s mixed British and Chinese heritage. Food tours are immersive experiences meaning that you will be taken to very local restaurants where the level of English spoken is very low and you are likely to be the only tourists in the restaurant. 

You will have 5 foodie stops. Authentic Hong Kong yum cha (dim sum), wonton noodle soup, traditionally roasted meat, milk tea and the famous egg tart.

On this tour we learn about the history of food in Hong Kong, from the traditional flavor from Guangzhou to the interesting western crossover cuisine that started popping up in the 1950’s as local chefs tried to produce cheap versions of British and Western favourites.

Hong Kong Food Tour: Sham Shui Po District

Savor authentic Hong Kong delights on a food-tasting tour through the Kowloon neighborhood of Sham Shui Po! Follow an entertaining local guide on foot through this foodie enclave and discover everything from local specialty stores to old mom-and-pop eateries. Stop at six family-run food venues and sample delicious treats – from breakfast to lunch – as you learn about Cantonese flavors and Hong Kong cultural history. Numbers are limited to eight people, ensuring an intimate experience with a small group of like-minded food lovers.

Hong Kong Food Tour: Tai Po Market

Get a taste of the real Hong Kong on this 4-hour food tour of Tai Po Market district, a delicious yet less-visited district of the city that’s home to an ample amount of amazing eats. With an experienced guide to show you the way, you’ll sample such dishes as roasted goose, fresh seafood (paired with beer) and steamed rice rolls. Adventurous eaters: Don’t miss a taste of the snake soup. This walking tour is limited to 12 people for a small-group experience.

English High Tea with Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck Admission Ticket

Savor sandwiches and sweet treats along with outstanding panoramic views while you enjoy English high tea service from the sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck. Ride a high-speed double-deck elevator to the 100th floor of Hong Kong’s tallest building and feast your eyes on the vista below as you sip. Your English tea set at Vista@sky100 cafe comes with coffee or tea for two along with delectable nibbles such as French macaroons and fresh pastries.

Hong Kong Dessert Walking Tour

Stroll through the Sheung Wan district’s PoHo and SoHo neighborhoods in search of the perfect dessert on this 2.5-hour walking tour of Hong Kong. With a foodie guide who has insider knowledge on the city’s best sweets, you’ll sample 10 treats at half a dozen local venues including restaurants, dessert shops and boutique cafes. This small-group tour limited to 12 provides a personalized experience with fellow dessert lovers.

Hong Kong Food Tour: Central and Sheung Wan Districts

Meander through the Central and Sheung Wan neighborhoods of Hong Kong’s business district on a fantastic food-tasting adventure! This four-hour culinary walking tour takes you off the beaten path to six hidden gems, where you’ll savor delicious dim sum, noodle dishes, drinks and dessert. As you explore back alleys and stroll through an open market, admire the colonial architecture and learn about Hong Kong’s historical figures from your entertaining guide. Numbers are limited to 12 people, ensuring an intimate experience with a small group of like-minded food lovers.

Kowloon Street Food Tour

Become an expert in Cantonese cuisine on a Hong Kong food tour that explores Kowloon’s most authentic restaurants, markets and food stalls. Led by an expert guide, you’ll venture far from the tourist haunts to eat at local gems in Hong Kong’s working-class Jordan district. Learn about the history and traditions of Chinese food as you dig into delicious dishes while seated next to the locals in eateries where the surroundings are basic and the food sublime. The menu is up to you, so you can try as much or as little as you like. This small-group tour is limited to 12 participants, ensuring that you’ll have the guide’s full attention.

Private Tour: Chinese Cooking Class in Hong Kong

Learn the culinary art of Chinese home cooking during a 3-hour private cooking class in Hong Kong. Local instructors teach your private party to whip up authentic Chinese cuisine — from Cantonese dishes to fiery Sichuan favorites — using a variety of ingredients. After cooking a three-course meal from scratch, sit down together and enjoy your tasty dinner. You’ll delight the senses with plates such as pork belly with grated garlic, Kung Pao prawns and delicious dessert!

Southeast Asian Cooking Class in Hong Kong

Learn how to prepare the fragrant dishes of Southeast Asia while in Hong Kong! Join a professional instructor-chef at a cooking school in Kowloon for a perfect introduction to some of the world’s finest cuisines. Class includes lessons in one of four culinary regions featuring mouthwatering menus, including Thai, Vietnamese, Malaysian and Indian. During your 1.5- to 3-hour class you’ll prepare enough to eat for either lunch or dinner, depending on your selection. Numbers are limited to 12 people, ensuring an intimate experience with a small group of fellow food lovers.