Discover the real Chinatown on a culinary walking tour to remember showcasing the colorful culture and cuisine that give this area its vibrant and lively personality.
Wander down the back alleys, food markets and local restaurants and discover the best kept secrets and hidden gems that are known only to the privileged few. Chinatown offers an adventure around every corner and you'll be surprised and amazed as you watch artisans craft fortune cookies by hand, using techniques handed down through generations.
Enliven your senses with authentic cuisine and try exotic new flavors and dishes that you'll never forget. Explore Asian produce, herbs and teas from the people who know them best and visit shops and boutiques, full of hidden surprises that will delight and enchant you.
If you think you know Chinatown again. Experience the Chinatown known only to the privileged few on a culinary and cultural tour you'll remember forever.
Search out authentic crafts and pottery, explore exotic and unique Asian produce, herbs, and teas, and taste amazing Chinese dishes that will linger on the lips. You’ll taste and see everything from Dim Sum, fortune cookies, teas, incredible antiquities, all kinds of musical instruments, authentic cookware, and more.
Tours take place daily at 6pm and lasts for two hours.
You’ll begin by viewing Chinese antiques at one of the best places in Chinatown. You'll see statuettes and ritual objects that are literally thousands of years old.
Next you’ll be visiting a music center where, to put it simply, if you think you've seen every musical instrument ever made, you’ll be proved wrong!
Next it’s time to try different types of Dim Sum from the oldest Chinese bakery in San Francisco.
In addition to experiencing one of the oldest cathedrals in San Francisco, you’ll be watching how fortune cookies are made. You’ll also be taken to the very place where famous celebrities get their hair cut.
Your next stop is a local Buddhist temples.
Your final visit is to a local Chinese market where you’ll enjoy some amazing tea.