• 15+ Tastings at 4-5 Seated Stops
  • Family Friendly
  • 3 Hour Experience

Discover just how different regional Chinese foods can be on this evening Shanghai food tour! As the financial capital of China, Shanghai attracts millions of migrants who bring their local culinary traditions and ingredients with them. 

We’ll explore these excellent local and regional cuisines once the sun sets, paired with local beers, spirits (or soft drinks) in a centrally-located, authentic residential neighborhood.  Taste local dishes from the Shanghai Jiangnan area, as well as regional cuisines from all around China, including the spicy flavors of Sichuan. 



  • Price: Adults: RMB 640 (min 8 adult tickets for a private tour)
    Kids (Ages 6-12): RMB 480
    Tiny Tots (Ages 0-5): Free

    On public tours, each child must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • When: 6pm. For private tours or other dates, please contact us.
  • Where: Near Jiangsu Rd Metro. The exact tour meeting point will be emailed upon booking.
  • Max Group Size: 10 guests + 1 guide. Please contact us for large groups.
  • Transport: Walking (2.3 km or 1.5 miles)
  • Inclusions: 15+ Tastings • Chinese Beer, Liquor, Soft Drinks & Bottled Water • Welcome Packet • Awesome Bilingual Tour Guide!
  • How To Book: Click here to book your tour.



From the local sweet & sour flavors to spicy Sichuan sauces from China’s far southwest, you’ll explore the best Chinese food Shanghai has to offer.


Rub elbows with the locals while they dine at their favorite eateries - you'll experience the real deal here.


Wash it all down with baijiu – you’ve never had anything quite like this before - as well as regional beers as you toast your new foodie friends.

*Each tour has 4-5 rotating seated stops offering a tasting of 10+ dishes.


Vegetarians and Pescetarians are welcome, but will have to skip out on several dishes. We will make substitutions where possible, but please note that we cannot substitute all dishes, so the selection of dishes will not be as large as the selection for omnivores. If you’d like to book a private vegetarian-only version of this tour, please contact us

Vegans are also welcome, but there will be limited options. If you’d like to book a private vegetarian-only version of this tour, please contact us.

If the diner is ok with soy sauce, Zhenjiang vinegar and oyster sauce (we understand people with an intolerance can usually stomach these, but people suffering from celiac disease cannot), then the Night Eats tour will have some options, but choices will be limited. It’s very difficult in general to find completely gluten-free dining in China. Here’s a blog post we’ve written about eating gluten free in China.

These allergies have not been a problem in the past, however we cannot guarantee that the utensils and other cooking tools used in the kitchen to prepare our food tour dishes have not touched any shellfish/nut ingredients. Please bring your epi pen or other meds to the tour if you choose to participate.

What Our Guests Say

The tour guides, Leigh and Chang, introduced everyone to each other and were happily guiding us through all the spots on the itinerary. Their energy and history knowledge instantly earned our trust and throughout the night the guests were getting more excited and engaged. Leigh and Chang didn’t just teach us about the food and its origins, but also about Shanghai's roots and development.
Ana via 247 Tickets
My husband and two teenage kids joined Ashley on an evening tour - what a fun night! Ashley took us to a neighborhood we wouldn't have explored on our own and we tried all sorts of delicious foods that we haven't ever tried. Ashley and the other guide were young, fun and very informed. We really enjoyed getting to share this experience with lots of other travelers from around the world. Would definitely recommend this tour!
Kindra S, Tripadvisor