Shanghai, China
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Overview

Nestled in Shanghai’s Old French Concession are a plethora of eateries selling noodles and wonton. Seek out the best backstreet hotspots on a 2.5-hour food tour that covers three critically-acclaimed restaurants, all renowned for distinctive noodle dishes as well as some local beer. Vegetarian options and a choice of departure times are available on this small-group tour, limited to seven food lovers.
  • 2.5-hour food tour of Shanghai 'hutongs' (alleyways)
  • Ideal for food lovers seeking a local culinary expereince
  • Visit three critically-acclaimed restaurants nestled amid Shanghai backstreets
  • Sample different types of noodle dish
  • Vegetarian options and a choice of departure times are available
  • Small-group tour limited to seven people

Depending on the start time selected at checkout, greet your guide on Shaanxi Road metro station at 10am, 1pm, or 7pm. Following a culinary introduction to China’s second city, you’ll depart the residential area and delve into Shanghai’s labyrinth of alleys.

Your first stop is Dingtele restaurant, where you’ll feast on noodles flavored with your choice of sesame, scallions, deep-fried chicken, or shredded shiitake mushroom.  

After a 15-minute stroll, you’ll arrive at your second eatery on Changle Road, a food hub that allures locals and businessmen. Feast on crispy snacks before heading to your final stop, a beloved wonton shop renowned for its shrimp, vegetable, and minced pork wonton.

Your tour concludes here.

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, Nov 2016

I was very fortunate to have the tour guide all to myself - and so could ask a thousand questions about the food, the area and China in general. Jim was very kind in sharing his time and knowledge with me. We had a good walk around for the few hours, and the food was certainly plentiful. My tip for Jim would be to have a 'course' at each restaurant, rather than a full meal at each one, as it's really not possible to eat so much food in 2.5 hours! Great fun. Recommended.


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