Pékin est un endroit idéal pour goûter à la cuisine chinoise typique, mais la plupart des visiteurs ne mangent que dans les principales zones touristiques. Cette dégustation en petit groupe de 3 heures vous mènera dans les quartiers animés des Hutongs de Beijing pour un délicieux dîner, comprenant des spécialités traditionnelles telles que des burgers aux ânes, des jianbing (crêpes), des boulettes à la vapeur et des points chauds à la mongole.
Dîner gastronomique de 3 heures dans les quartiers Hutong de Pékin
Découvrez la vie locale dans les quartiers Hutong traditionnels du vieux Pékin
Goûtez aux spécialités locales telles que potée mongole, burgers d'ânes, dumplings et jianbing (crêpes)
Dégustez jusqu'à 15 aliments différents à trois endroits différents
Sirotez des boissons traditionnelles, notamment de la liqueur Baijiu et de la bière locale
Les visites en petit groupe, limitées à 8 personnes, garantissent une expérience personnalisée
Rencontrez votre guide et votre petit groupe de 8 personnes maximum près de la gare de Beixinqiao à temps pour un départ à 19 heures. Partez pour une visite à pied des quartiers Hutong du vieux Pékin, arrêtez-vous dans trois restaurants et stands de restauration de rue pour savourer des plats traditionnels aux côtés des locaux.
Savourez une authentique introduction à la cuisine chinoise en savourant une grande variété de plats, à commencer par un pot chaud à la mongole, accompagné de boulettes bouillies farcies à la main et de la célèbre "viande en sauce" de la ville. Lavez-le avec une bouteille de bière locale et un coup d'esprit chinois, le baijiu. Terminez le tout avec un yaourt en conserve de Beijing que l’on ne trouve que dans la capitale.
Enfin, arrêtez-vous dans un restaurant familial populaire pour déguster de délicieuses ailes de poulet à la pékinoise.
À la fin de votre visite, votre guide peut vous aider à retrouver votre chemin vers votre hôtel.
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I was so glad that I did this food...
, avr. 2018
I was so glad that I did this food tour. Garth was an amazing tour guide and knew the best places to go, places that I would have never gone to without his guidance.
Some food tours disappoint by being timid or obvious, but not this one. Zeben, our guide, was a great host and guided our convivial group of eight to some great food served in possibly-too-generous-portions accompanied by plenty of local drinks. We never would have found these food sources on our own, let alone known how to order! A fantastic time, I recommend this tour!
Lots of great food. In fact too much great food for me to eat all of it. The two guides we had on this tour were very knowledgeable, and having one local guide plus a guide originating from England was a really good combination for giving a good view of Beijing. The notes we were given at the end about where we'd visited were very helpful.
We did this tour in early July and I can say it was one of the absolute highlights of our travel to China.
Our guide Kelly made sure we spend a perfect night out in some of Beijing's Hutongs.
Not only did she provide perfect organisation and a fun trip around the back alleys of a fascinating neighborhood, but offered an awesome mix of interesting history, fascinating food knowledge and great anecdotes.
The places she took us were all more than worth the visit and hard to impossible to find without local knowledge. And the food couldn't have been any better.
If you do one guided tour in Beijing go for this one.
Where do I start? How about with the guides Eric and Kelly. They hail from Canada and USA respectfully, but are fluent in Chinese and English. Our group was promptly met at the Beijing Subway Line 5 Beixinqiao stop, and this was both easy and awesome. Don't worry about using the subway the best option due to massive traffic, as it is very easy and cheap 4 Chinese Yuan in each direction. I have attached a map to give you a sense of the system. For those who have any anxiety about train systems, focus on the Last stop on a particular line that you want to travel to, and that lets you know which train to take. Also focus on the color/ of train you wish to ride.
Once we were all together, Kelly and Eric introduced themselves and everyone else, and we were off for the best experience ever. They took us into the famed Hutong district and it dates back more than 600 years. The dark alleyways, and narrow thoroughfares are hard to navigate, but our guides got us through the areas that they are experts in using daily. We went to a variety of stores, small restaurants, or other interesting places, and that is what made this tour so good. I will not give away their little secrets, but there was one surprise after another. I will tell you even after knowing about all the places we went, it still would be difficult, if not impossible, for you to manage to do what we did on this tour on your own.
The guides purchased food/drink/beer at every location, gave very detailed information about all items cooked/consumed, and even gave a historical backdrop to China which I am sure many do not know. A little extra information was so good for my knowledge base, and I LOVED every second of it. After eating traditional/speciality items, from the variety of locations visited, Eric and Kelly made sure that the group knew how to get back to their respective hotels. These guides were all about safety, from the start till end, as I have a shellfish allergy. They have vetted the restaurants, and know they are hygineic and safe for the tourist. I could not have been more happy with this tour and I give it a 78.55 on a scale of 10.0!
These guides do these tours, not to get rich, but out of the goodness of trying to get you to experience Chinese culture in its most authentic form, so tipping is much appreciated. I should have tipped more. If anyone has questions about anything in this review, please reach out, and I will do my best to answer any questions. I will be off to Shanghai China next, and just left Dubai. So far, this tour has been my highlight:! Thank you Eric! Thank you Kelly!
This tour was really an "insider" experience. Our tour guide, Garth was great. He had a lot of background information and made unforgettable.
A "must" do. for all who want to learn more about China and its culinary history.
What an amazing tour! Kelly was terrific. She was super-friendly and managed our group of eight people flawlessly. She remembered all our names and made sure to give attention to each of us as we travelled along. The tour itself was a blast. Kelly took us to a variety of spots, from an authentic Mongolian hotpot restaurant to street food the egg crepes with crispy wonton are AMAZING. There was a mix up with the reservation at the chicken place and we had to wait for 30 minutes, but Kelly solved that problem easily, taking us to a nearby microbrewery and feeding us fresh fruits while we sipped on beers. One last detail, the chicken place at the end of the tour is very, very special. Not only is the food phenomenal but the owner is utterly unique. He raises birds, quotes poetry in the parks, and he taught his dog to ride a kid's scooter he shared a video. Definitely one of my most memorable experiences in Beijing.
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