Sample the foods of the world's largest Chinatown outside Asia on a 3-hour walking tour of San Francisco's Chinatown. See artisans making Fortune Cookies by hand. Stroll down the small alleys, and learn about cooking techniques that date back centuries.
What to Expect
Explore the largest Chinatown outside Asia on a 2-hour food tour of San Francisco's Chinatown, and discover a maze of alleys off Grant Avenue and Stockton Street, where traditional techniques that date back centuries are still practiced.
See food markets and local restaurants, with a surprise around every corner. Watch artisans making Fortune Cookies by hand, and enliven your senses with new flavors, smells, and aromas. Your guide will help you search out authentic crafts and pottery, explore exotic produce, and learn about herbs and teas from the very people who know them best. Uncover the hidden secrets that only intrepid locals know about.
As you taste and see everything from Dim Sum to fortune cookies, teas, incredible antiquities, rare and unique musical instruments, and authentic cookware, you'll know you've really experienced Chinatown. Marvel at statuettes and ritual objects that are literally thousands of years old.
Visit a music center where you'll see musical instruments you've never seen before. Try different types of Dim Sum from the oldest Chinese bakery in San Francisco. Go to one of the city's oldest cathedrals, and look inside a Buddhist temple.
- 3-hour walking tour
- Food and beverages
What's Not Included
Meet in front of the Chinatown Gate at the corner of Bush and Grant streets
Know Before You Go
• Please wear comfortable shoes
• You are advised to not eat too much before the tour as the tasting portions are ample, and the supplier wouldn't want you to miss out on any of the fabulous foods