Jim did an awesome job of showing us a range of local food. We started off in an area that was more up and coming and then ended in local shop. We ate so much food! Jim was also super knowledgeable in his history so...More
Greet your guide at the designated meeting point at the time you selected when you booked your tour. As you walk toward the recently restored Xintiandi food area, your guide provides an introduction to the culinary culture of Shanghai.
Over the course of the tour, you’ll sample dumpling soup, spring rolls, candied lotus rice, roasted duck, and many more local specialties. See, too, the bustling Yunnan Road, and cleanse your palate with cups of green and black tea between each stop.
This Shanghai food tour ends on Yunnan Road, where you can keep exploring the city on your own or call it a day.
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Having done food tours in Beijing and Xian with another top rated company, we decided to try Shanghai Foodie to compare. We enjoyed our guide, Lilac, who was very nice, funny, and energetic. We liked the small shop tea experience the best as it was...More
Dear Pagjags1, Thanks for your comment and trust to choose our food tour. We're sorry that you haven't satisfied with the food we provided in Shanghai. At our authentic local food tour, we mainly focused about Shanghai cuisine. The 6:30pm option you chose, we try...More
By virtue of it being a Monday night and the other foodie tourists being delayed at the airport, I got a private tour! Kelly was a delight. The conversation was just as good as the food, and the food was delicious. My favorites were the...More
My group of 6 friends really enjoyed our experience with Authentic Shanghai Food tour! Jim and Chen were very helpful, knowledgeable, and eager to guide us through Shanghai and local food on this tour. They truly seemed to enjoy showing us parts of the city...More
The tour was exactly what I was looking for! I am an ABC (American Born Chinese) and I wanted to eat some authentic, good food while I was in Shanghai. I loved that we walked from place to place and Jim (my guide) was friendly...More