SHANGHAI NIGHT EATS TOUR
As the financial capital of China, Shanghai attracts millions of migrants who bring their local culinary traditions and ingredients with them. As the sun sets, we’ll explore the best local and regional cuisines the city has to offer, 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 southern China, Sichuan & minority cuisines. Explore just how different regional Chinese foods can be on this evening Shanghai food tour!
TASTE CHINA’S BEST REGIONAL CUISINES – ALL IN ONE NIGHT!
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.
GET UP CLOSE & PERSONAL WITH YOUR FOOD
Whether it’s cracking into spicy rabbit head with plastic gloves on or checking out the roasted meats headed for your table, you’ll love this feast for the eyes and the mouth.
DISCOVER THE CUISINE OF CHINA’S UIGHUR MINORITY
Enjoy the cumin-laced flavors of the farflung Western province of Xinjiang. The Muslim minority there specializes in lamb and homestyle naan bread, plus an excellent diced noodle dish with an onomatopoeic name.
TRY THE WORLD’S MOST CONSUMED LIQUOR
Wash it all down with baijiu – you’ve never had anything quite like this before. Plus get sauced on the local beers and the region’s famous yellow wine with your new foodie friends.
*Each tour has 3-4 rotating seated stops offering a tasting of 20+ dishes.
- Vegetarians and Pescetarians are welcome, and we will make substitutions where possible. Vegans are also welcome, but there will be limited options.
- Celiac Disease – We are not able to make substitutions for those with celiac disease as soy sauce and wheat are prevalent in our tour stops.
- Nut/shellfish allergies – This tour serves shellfish at several stops. We are able to substitute the dishes out for you, but those with extreme allergies should reconsider joining, as we will not substitute the stop entirely. Nut allergies have not been a problem in the past, however we cannot guarantee that the utensils and other cooking tools have not touched any of the food tour ingredients. Please bring your epi pen or other meds to the tour if you choose to participate.
*Please note on some tours we may stop for rabbit head, a local delicacy that is eaten with your hands.
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