Chinese Foodie Tours

China with its varieties of food is undoubtedly one of the paradise for gourmets. Good food is one of the unmissable elements and will add more fun to your China tour. Our private China tours include not only the food taste, like hot pot, Peking duck, Guilin rice noodles and various flour food, but also the Chinese food experience like making Lanzhou hand-pull noodles, making Chinese dumplings, picking wild vegetation, learning making moon cake and cooking class. The China food tour ensures you a real taste of China.

China Foodie Tour

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China Gastronomic Tour Packages

Embark on a mouth-watering culinary journey through China's diverse regional cuisines, from the fiery spices of Sichuan to the savory dumplings of Shanghai and the aromatic flavors of Beijing's Peking duck, experiencing authentic street food, Michelin-starred restaurants, bustling night markets, and cooking classes with local chefs along the way.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Foodie Tours

Chengdu Sichuan Cuisine Museum suits your needs well, where you can learn Sichuan cuisine culture, try local Sichuan snacks and learn to cook local Sichuan dishes like a professional. It is the only eatable museum in the world.
Don't point at people with chopsticks; don't talk when there is food in your mouth; and use public chopsticks when helping others with food.
Guangzhou is famous for dim sum. Do not miss the morning tea of Guangzhou if you visit it.
Sweet and Sour Pork, Kung Pao Chicken, Mapo Tofu, Wonton, Dumplings, Fried noodles, Beijing Roast Duck, Spring rolls, hot pot. There are many delicious foods in China. You can try some of them during your China tour.
Grains are the main foods in China. Rice is a favorite among the Chinese of the south. But, in the north they prefer Wheat. With the wheat they make it in to bread and noodles. Corn, millet, and sorghum are also eaten. Vegetables, like cabbage and tofu rank second. Tea is what they drink most.
Yes, Usually Chinese people eat dumplings during Spring Festival, Yuanxiao (sweet sticky rice dumplings) during Lantern Festival, sweet green rice ball during Qingming festival, (Zongzi traditional Chinese rice-pudding) during Dragon Boat Festival and moon cake during Mid-autumn Festival. If you are lucky enough to travel during the holiday, do not miss the special festival food.
Century egg (皮蛋), Fried pork intestines (猪大肠), Blood (鸭血and豆腐), Chicken feet (鸡爪), Fermented tofu (豆腐乳), Stinky tofu (臭豆腐), Fish head (鱼头), Bird’s net soup (燕窝), Hairy crabs (大闸蟹), Turtle jelly (龟苓膏)
For your health, you’d better not try the street foods as they may not suit your digestive system. Some booths may even not meet the hygiene standard.
It depends on which cities you visit. For example, in Beijing, there are special Beijing local breakfast, palace banquet, roast duck; in Xi 'an, there are dumpling banquet, dumpling making in local family, cold noodles and Roujiamo (Marinated Meat in Baked Bun). In Guilin, there are bamboo rice, cooking class and Guilin rice noodles. These special arrangements will give you a deeper understanding of Chinese history, culture, food and customs.
Chengdu, Chongqing, Zhangjiajie and the cities of Guizhou, Guilin are all famous for spicy food. What you should not miss is the Chengdu and Chongqing hot pot.


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