Guangzhou is the home of Cantonese cuisine and is famous for having the best food in China. In a city where locals greet each other with "Nei Sek Faan Maea" - "Have you eaten yet", you know the food is going to be special. There is something for every foodie in Guangzhou. Join one of our Eating Adventures Guangzhou Food Tours and be guided through the local culture and cuisine. Our expert food tour guides will take the guess work out of where to eat and what to order so you too can appreciate Guangzhou. Whether you are here for business or fun, we can customise these tours to be the perfect Guangzhou Activity for you - Book your Eating Adventures Food Tour today!
FOOD TOURS in GUANGZHOU
LIWAN FOOD TOUR
Join our Guangzhou food tour of Liwan district. Take a guided walk through one of the most vibrant and traditional suburbs of Guangzhou. Liwan is home to some of the oldest restaurants in Guangzhou, as well as the famous Qingping herbal medicine markets. Wander the fascinating back streets with us on this great half day tour.
HAIZHU FOOD TOUR
Our Guangzhou Haizhu private food tour will take you through a local area off the tourist path. Starting near the Pearl river, we will wander through an old neighbourhood market and sample local specialities. We will then make our way to a newer part of Haizhu to for more delicious Cantonese cuisine.
From RMB 399pp
From RMB 469pp
Join our Guangzhou tour of Liwan district. Take a guided walk through one of the most vibrant and traditional districts which is home to some of the oldest restaurants in Guangzhou, as well as the famous Qingping herbal medicine markets. Wander the fascinating back streets with us on this great half day tour.
Our Guangzhou Haizhu tour will take you through a local area off the tourist path. Starting near the Pearl river, we will wander through an old neighbourhood market and sample local specialities. We will then make our way to a newer part of Haizhu to for more delicious Cantonese cuisine.
Food Tours in GUANGZHOU
Why do an Eating Adventures GUANGZHOU Food Tour?
The best attraction in Guangzhou is the food!
Eating Adventure tour guides are licensed and can conduct the tour in English, Cantonese or Mandarin.
You can't read Chinese! Guangzhou is authentic, which means unless you are at a tourist restaurant, don't expect a full English menu. Our foodie guides can help you overcome the language and cultural barriers to fully enjoy local Chinese food.
Our Guangzhou food tours take you to local favourites, to take the guess work out of where to eat.
We can offer you a Private Tours.
Eating Adventures Guangzhou Tours are family friendly.
We can customise a Guangzhou tour for you!
We only use true local Guangzhou Guides, that are fluent in the native dialect Cantonese. Definitely no foreign expats or Mandarin speaking guides leading our Guangzhou tours. Of course guides are also fluent in English
Meet Some of our Guides
"Best way to see this town
If you are like us and are on your first trip to China and don't speak the language, but love Chinese - especially Cantonese - food this tour is a must.
Wai, our guide, took us to places we would never have known about, let alone been able to navigate without the language - such as the fish market where she picked out fresh prawns and took it to a restaurant next door which cooked it for us. That alone was worth the price of the tour. Then there was the bbq goose from a popular local stall, yum cha from one of China's best restaurants, as well as lashings of local history and culture. For a few hours we felt like we were locals. Memorable."
Anthony - A reviewer on Tripadvisor
4 + hours well spent. Our Guide led us on a food adventure that included a wide variety of food and dishes, interesting markets and historic restaurants. She generously shared her knowledge and love of Cantonese culture and made sure we were all well looked after. The pace was just right and the foods thoughtfully planned."
Sarah B, Brisbane - Sept 2015
This tour is brilliant, and so much more than a food tour. Wai (our guide) took us all around the Liwan area of Guangzhou, through traditional Chinese herb shops and the kind of local markets that I wouldn't have a hope of negotiating on my own.
Right from the first stop of the day we knew we were going to have an awesome time. After a tour of the wholesale fish market (worth the money all on its own, you wouldn't venture here as a tourist!) we picked our own live prawns to be cooked in a restaurant just upstairs. You literally couldn't do this without Wai to guide you - as a tourist you wouldn't even know the restaurants were there. This was followed with barbecued goose (where we skipped the queue because Wai had pre-ordered), wonton soup at a traditional cafe, dim sum and tea at one of the top ten restaurants IN CHINA, and cakes at the oldest bakery in Guangzhou.
Along with the outrageously good food that you'll eat along the way, Wai provides a city tour, loads of historical and cultural trivia, recommendations for dinner and other places to try while you're in Guangzhou, and even sent me the correct Chinese for dishes I wouldn't have been able to order in English. I felt pretty smug walking into a VERY local cafe that evening and ordering from the Chinese menu...
In short, if you're going to Guangzhou, DO THIS TOUR."
Holly G - A reviewer on Tripadvisor
"Best part of my trip to Guangzhou"
Perzen Patel - Chef and food journalist - Aug 2015
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Maggie is a Guangzhou local, speaking both the local cantonese dialect as well as Mandarin and English. She became a tour guide after graduating from university and loves to travel overseas. She is a fully licensed China tourist guide.