What to expect
- Walking food tour of Chinatown
- Learn history, culture and cuisine of Chinatown
- Taste regional offerings from three local restaurants
|Date||Start Time||Duration||# Spots||Price|
|Fri, Feb 24||10:30am||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Fri, Mar 3||10:30am||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Sat, Mar 4||10:30am||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Fri, Mar 10||10:30am||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Sat, Mar 11||10:30am||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Fri, Mar 17||10:30am||3 hours||0||$65.00|
|Sat, Mar 18||10:30am||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Fri, Mar 24||10:30am||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Sat, Mar 25||10:30am||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Thu, Mar 30||6:00pm||3 hours||0||$65.00|
|Fri, Mar 31||10:30am||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Sat, Apr 1||10:30am||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Thu, Apr 6||6:00pm||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Fri, Apr 7||10:30am||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Sat, Apr 8||10:30am||3 hours||7||$65.00|
|Thu, Apr 13||6:00pm||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Fri, Apr 14||10:30am||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Sat, Apr 15||10:30am||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Thu, Apr 20||6:00pm||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Sat, Apr 22||10:30am||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Thu, Apr 27||6:00pm||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Sat, Apr 29||10:30am||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Thu, May 4||6:00pm||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Fri, May 5||10:30am||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Sat, May 6||10:30am||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Thu, May 11||6:00pm||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Fri, May 12||10:30am||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Sat, May 13||10:30am||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Thu, May 18||6:00pm||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
|Fri, May 19||10:30am||3 hours||10+||$65.00|
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About this Activity
Note: Exact location of meeting point will be provided upon purchase.
|Price||$65.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||3 hours|
|Rating||10 positive reviews|
rhon103 .June 22, 2013
Tour guide very enthusiastic and he had good rapport with the Chinese people who owned or worked at the places we stopped. They seemed genuinely pleased to see him and to have our tour group visit. I always recommend this tour when I hear that someone is taking a trip to Manhattan.
LaneyLaney .June 17, 2013
It was fun and delicious
BLK04Z06 .May 20, 2013
We had a great time on this food tour. Our guide was very passionate and made the tour interesting and fun. We learned a bit that we didn't know about the area and enjoyed some wonderful food.
PRamsden .May 6, 2013
Very knowledgeable guide who had lots of facts about the history and culture of the largest Chinatown in the US, maybe the world. I've lived here many years but never knew so much interesting info about this rich cultural enclave. Food was delicious--now I know where to eat!
dmscarlett .April 27, 2013
The tour was fun, informational, and interesting. The tour guide was very informed and friendly and knew his stuff. He provided us with insight to the chinese culture along with the food and history of china town. I would recommend this tour to anyone who wants a good history of the chinese culture.
amassey2847 .April 4, 2013
We went to the Chinatown tour the second day of our trip to New York. After the tour I wish we had booked more. Our tour guide Bert was fun and gave us a ton of cool information. The food was excellent. I would recommend this to anyone visiting New York.
ZuZuLou .March 18, 2013
I've never been fond of Chinese food but that's because I hadn't tasted REAL Chinese food. On this tour, I enjoyed each taste--or dish-let--at each stop we made. Our guide, Raheem, was friendly, extremely knowledgeable, and conducted the tour even in the bitter, windy, cold. We all went away quite happy!
Michael R.March 18, 2013
Last week, I had the wonderful pleasure of taking a tour of Chinatown with Foods of New York, where we got to experience all of the great cuisine there was to offer. Being a student in NYC, I know that it is important to get a sense of all the variety in culture and food there is to experience while I am here. I felt that taking a food tour would be a great way to get to know Chinatown, one of the city's biggest neighborhoods, and our guide, Raheem, made discovering the best flavors easy. First we started off at Dim Sum Go Go for some tasty Dim Sum. I was amazed to learn that Dim Sum was originally used as a way to give medicine to patients on the Silk Road. A couple other restaurants we visited were the Peking Duck House (part of the spectacle is how they carve the duck at the side of your table!) and ABC Kitchen (amazing fried rice and Chinese eggplant). History buffs will also be surprised to find out that the section of Chinatown where the tour takes place is around the former site of the infamous Five Points slum of the 19th Century, and you even get to take an insider look into one of the real-life tunnels made famous in the movie "Gangs of New York."
isaack .February 16, 2013
I absolutely loved this tour. I moved to NYC a year ago from LA and have always been intimidated by Chinatown. This tour offers fantastic sit-down meals, covers an array of cultures/cuisines & even sneaks in a little history of the area as well. I would absolutely recommend to friends & will definitely be re-visiting some of the spots when visitors come to town (now that I look like I know what I'm doing).
bdweave02 .January 27, 2013
What a wonderful tour for anyone interested in Chinatown coupled with good food and history. The restaurant selection was excellent starting with the Dim Sum, on to the Peking Duck, on to Cantonese and happy ending at a bakery. Visit a gift/apothecary and check out the Ginseng prices! Astronomical! We loved this tour and look forward to our next outing with Foods of NY Tours! We will return.