WELCOME TO UNTOUR SHANGHAI FOOD TOURS!
We’ve been scouting Shanghai’s hidden food scene for decades and leading guests
to the city’s hidden culinary gems since 2010. We take pride in our vendor relationships,
food and city history knowledge – our guides go through a rigorous training
process and are active in the industry – from food writers
to industry professionals, our bilingual foodie guides get rave reviews.
Come taste the city’s tastiest (and safe) authentic noodles, dumplings and more
STREET EATS BREAKFAST
Step away from the hotel buffet and explore one of the city’s historic and stunning neighborhoods, brimming with local vendors and hole-in-the-wall eateries. We’ll end on a sweet note and you’ll have the rest of your day to explore the city’s sights, so come hungry!
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 and northwest China & Sichuan. Explore just how different regional Chinese foods can be on this evening Shanghai food tour!
DUTTG01: What a brilliant experience and the food was delicious! Thanks to Kyle for so helpfully doing an extra tour for our group...
chris_urena: One of the best street food tours I have ever been on and a guide with fluent Mandarin! He was entertaining and a very...
Darrin L: At each stop we had a variety of dishes that represented a region or style of cooking, and the flavors on the menu were...
HANDS-ON DUMPLING DELIGHTS
Are you obsessed with dumplings? Have you always wondered how they get the broth inside Shanghai’s famous xiaolongbao (soup dumplings)? On this food tour + cooking class, you’ll get off the beaten path, sampling from streetside stalls frying up potstickers to a family-owned boiled dumpling spot from China’s frigid northeast.