• 15+ Tastings at 5 Seated Stops
  • 3 Hour Dinner Time Tour
  • For Adults and Children

Want to learn to hotpot like Genghis Khan? Never sampled flights of craft rice wine before? Hungry to discover the best chuan’r spot hidden deep in the hutongs?   

Join our small group food tour and explore delicious, local dishes shoulder-to-shoulder with Beijingers in a traditional Hutong neighborhood. You’ll try authentic dishes that Chinese chefs have been perfecting for thousands of years, and learn about the history and culture of Beijing along the way.

Avoid the touristy markets and eat like a Beijinger with UnTour!



  • Price:  Adults: US$82 / RMB 530 (min 8 adults tickets for a private tour)
    Kids (Ages 6-12): US$67 / RMB 430
    Tiny Tots (Ages 0-5): Free (if tasting not required. If the tiny tot would like a tasting, please purchase a Kids' ticket).

    On public tours, each child must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • When: 7pm. For private tours or other dates, please contact us.

    Due to Covid-19 and travel restrictions, we are offering limited public tours. However, we offer private tours every day of the week, based on guide availability.

    To inquire about a private tour, please add us on WeChat (ID: UnTour), contact us at this link , or email info@untourfoodtours.com with your requested dates and tour! or via WeChat at UnTour with your requested dates and tour!
  • Where: Near Beixinqiao 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 (2.6 km or 1.6 miles)
  • Inclusions: 15+ Tastings • Local Beer & Spirits • Bottled Water & Soft Drinks •Welcome Packet • Awesome Bilingual Tour Guide!
  • Important Note: We DO NOT visit the Wangfujing or Donghuamen Night Markets on this route. We believe China’s best food is found where locals eat on a regular basis, not at places where eating pre-cooked food at over-inflated tourist prices is the norm.
  • How to Book: Click here to book your tour.



From “chuanr” to “jarred yogurt”, Beijing’s snack scene is unrivalled. And you can’t leave Beijing without trying donkey burger – trust us, it’s so much better than you think!


Drink your fill of local beers and sample the world’s most popular liquor at each of our stops –you’ll learn the secret meaning behind ganbei (“cheers” in Chinese).


These wandering alleyways are bustling with local neighborhood life, and some of the best mom-and-pop shops are buried deep down the lanes.


With more than 5,000 years of culinary history, China pairs its best dishes with great stories. Find out the legends behind the country’s original dumplings and the noodles with an impossible-to-write name.


Learn to cook your lamb like a Mongolian warrior preparing for battle during the Yuan Dynasty. We’ll give you the recipe to recreate this great group meal when you’re back home.


Non-meat eaters are more than welcome and will find plenty to eat. We will make substitutions where possible. (If you’d like to book this as a private tour that features only vegetarian or pescetarian food, please contact us.)

This tour offers a limited selection of dishes, but we are able to make some substitutions and add in excellent veg & tofu options at some stops.

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 Old Beijing Dinner 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

“Famous for their breakfast, night market, and hands-on dumpling tours in Shanghai, UnTour has recently branched out to Beijing, and we went along to give their foodie tour a try. After the three-hour tour, you’ll not only be pleasantly full, but also well-versed in the stories behind every dish and hutong.
The Beijinger Magazine
Not only did Garth take us to interesting places, his knowledge of the local eateries and their specialties made this one of our exceptional experiences in Beijing. This was exactly what we were looking for to take us out of the normal tourist traps. It made us feel that we had a special experience and we certainly did.
DavidninDubai via TripAdvisor