Meet your guide and small group of no more than six near Hong Kong’s Mongkok MTR station in the mid-afternoon.
Receive some bottled water, and then set off on foot into this vibrant area, Hong Kong’s busiest shopping and markets district. On route, learn about the area’s culinary scene and make up to seven tasting stops. Dishes and venues may vary.
Visit a speciality roast goose restaurant, and sink your teeth into this succulent favorite served with crispy skin and plum sauce. Then, explore Mongkok’s outdoor food market, absorbing the heady aromas as you peruse the fresh wares.
Try some traditional and contemporary dim sum and bowl of snake soup, a popular meaty broth considered beneficial to health. Sample dao fu fa, a syrup-soaked tofu dessert, and run your palate by various skewered snacks sizzled up at the corner shops and food stands.
Weave through the busy streets, and follow your guide to some popular bakeries to try out some baked goodies. Perhaps finish with one of Hong’s Kong favorite contemporary desserts: a luscious matcha (green tea) and red bean smoothie.
Your 3.5-hour tour ends in Mongkok when your guide departs, leaving you free to explore independently.