List of Food Tours in Thailand

Taste of Thailand Food Tours
tasteofthailandfoodtours.org

Chili Paste
http://www.foodtoursbangkok.com/

Bangkok Food Tours - 
www.bangkokfoodtours.com

Feast Thailand
http://feastthailand.com

Phuket Food Safaris
phuketfoodsafaris.com

Chiang Mai Food Tours
chiangmaifoodtours.com

Phuket Food Tours
Phuketfoodtours.com

List of Food Tours In Asia

List of Food Tours in China

Eating Adventures Food Tours (Hong  Kong, Shanghai, Guangzhou)
eatingadventures.com

Lost Plate Food Tours (Xian, Chengdu, Beijing)
Lostplate.com

Chengdu Food Tours 
Chengdufoodtours.com

Beijing Food Tours
http://foodtoursbeijing.com/

Taipei Eats
Taipeieats.com

Big Foot Tours
BigFoottours.com

Phuket Food Tours
Phuketfoodtours.com

 

List of Food Tours in Malaysia

Food Tour Malaysia
Foodtourmalaysia.com

Food Tour Penang
www.foodtourpenang.com

List of Food Tours in Singapore

Food Tour Singapore
Foodtoursingapore.com

BetelBox
www.betelboxtours.com

Singabites
www.singabites.com

List of Food Tours in Cambodia

Vespa Adventures
Vespaadventures.com

List of Food Tours in Indonesia

Jakarta Food Tours
jakartafoodtour.org

Jakarta Walking Tours
jakartawalkingtours.com

Bali Food Safari
www.balifoodsafari.com 

List of Food Tours in Japan

Food Tours Tokyo
Foodtourstokyo.com

Oishii Tokyo Food Tours
oishiitokyo.com

All star osaka Walk
www.allstarosaka.com 

List of Food Tours in Korea

Korea Food Tours
koreafoodtours.com

Gastro Tours Seoul
Gastrotourseoul.com.kr

List of Food Tours in New Zealand

 

Ground food tours (Christchurch)
groundfoodtours.co.nz

Auckland Food Tours
aucklandfoodtours.com

Zest Food Tours (Auckland)
zestfoodtours.co.nz

Eat Auckland Food Tours
eatauckland.co.nz

The big foodie (Auckland)
thebigfoodie.com

List of Food Tours In Australia and New Zealand

List of Food Tours in Australia

 

Taste Food Tours (Sydney)
tastetours.comau

Foodi (Sydney and Melbourne)
http://www.foodie.com.au/

Gourmet Safari (Sydney and Melbourne)
www.gourmetsafaris.com.au

Queenies Food Tours (Melbourne)
http://queeniesfoodtours.com

Foodie Trails (Melbourne)
Foodietrails.com.au

Delectable Tours (Brisbane)
delectabletours.com.au

List of Food Tours in India

Food Tour in Delhi
foodtourindelhi.com

Delhi Food Walks
Delhifoodwalks.com

Delhi Magic
delihimagic.com

Food Tours of Mumbai
www.foodtoursofmumbai.com

ALASKA:

Anchorage Culinary Tours
anchorageculinarytours.com

Taste Alaska
alaskanfoodtours.com

Juneau Food Tours
juneaufoodtours.com

ARIZONA:

Phoenix, Taste It Tours
tasteittours.com

Scottsdale, Arizona Food Tours
arizonafoodtours.com

Tucson Food Tours
foodtourstucson.com

CALIFORNIA: 

Edible Excursions
edibleexcursions.net

So Diego Tours
sodiegotours.com

San Diego, Bite San Diego,
www.bitesandiego.com

Carmel Food Tours
www.carmelfoodtour.com

Central Coast Food Tours
www.centralcoastfoodtours.com

Catalina Food Tours
www.catalinafoodtours.com

Culver City & Pasadena,  Foodie Field Trips
www.foodyfieldtrips.com

Healdsburg Food Tours
www.savorhealdsburgfoodtours.com 

La Quinta, Desert Tasty Tours
www.deserttastytours.com 

Los Angeles, Six Taste Food Tours
www.sixtaste.com

Melting Pot Food Tours
meltingpottours.com

Napa, Gourmet Walks
www.gourmetwalks.com

Oakland, Savor Oakland Food Tours
www.savoroakland.com

Orange City Food Tours
www.oldtownorangewalkingfoodtours.com

A Taste of San Diego
www.atasteof-sandiego.com

 SoCal Food Tours
socalfoodtours.com

Central Coast Food Tours
www.centralcoastfoodtours.com

San Francisco, Javawalks
www.javawalk.com/ 

San Francisco, Side Walk Food
foodtoursofsanfrancisco.com

San Francisco, Local Tastes of the City
www.localtastesofthecitytours.com 

Avital Food Tours
avitaltours.com

Santa Cruz Food Tour
www.santacruzfoodtour.com

Santa Barbara Tasting Tours
www.sbtastingtours.com

Palm Desert, Desert Tasty Tours
www.deserttastytours.com

 

COLORADO: 

Rocky Mountain Food Tours
www.rockymountainfoodtours.com

Boulder Food Tours
culinary-colorado.com

Taste of Denver Food Tours
Tasteofdenverfoodtours.com

Vail Valley Food Tours
www.vailvalleyfoodtours.com
 

FLORIDA: 

Food Tours in Miami
www.foodtoursinmiami.com

Food Tours of Miami
www.foodtoursofmiami.com

Miami Culinary Tours
www.miamiculinarytours.com
 

Fort Lauderdale Food Tours
www.ftlauderdalefoodtours.com/

Las Olas Food Tours
www.lasolasfoodtours.com/

South Florida Food Tours www.pompanobeachfoodtours.com/

Orlando Food Tours
www.orlandofoodtours.com

Orlando Culinary Tours
www.orlandoculinarytour.com

Orlando Foodie Tours
www.orlandofoodietours.com

GEORGIA:

Savanna Taste Experience food tours
https://savannahtasteexperience.com

Peach Tree Food Tours
http://peachtreefoodtours.com/

Atlanta Food Walks
http://atlantafoodwalks.com/

Marietta Food Tours
http://www.mariettafoodtours.com/

Blue Ridge Mountain Food Tours
http://www.blueridgemountainfoodtours.com/

ILLINOIS: 

Chef Driven Food Tours
www.chefdrivenfoodtours.com/

Sidewalk Food Tour of Chicago
www.foodtourofchicago.com

Chicago Ethnic Food Tours
www.chicagoethnicfoodtours.com

Chicago Food Planet Food Tours
https://www.chicagofoodplanet.com/

Naperville Bites and Sites Food Tours
www.napervillefoodtours.com

Chicago Tastebud Tours
http://tastebudtours.com/

INDIANA:

Indianapolis, Taste Indy Food Tours
www.indianapolisfoodtours.com

City Taste Tours of Louisville
citytastetours.com/

KANSAS:

Kansas City Food Tours
www.tasteofkansascityfoodtours.com 

KC Barbecue Tours
www.kcbarbecuetours.com

Wichita Food ToursKC
http://www.wichitafoodtours.com

LOUISIANA:

Taste Bud Tours (New Orleans)
tastebudtours.com

Taste of New Orleans Food Tours
www.tasteofnola.com/

New Orleans Culinary History Tours
noculinarytours.com 

Destination Kitchen Food Tours
destination-kitchen.com

Baton Rouge Food Tours
batonrougefoodtours.com

MAINE:

Maine Foodie Tours
mainefoodietours.com

MASSACHUSETTS:

Bites of Boston Food Tours
bitesofbostonfoodtours.com/

Boston Pizza Tours
www.bostonpizzatours.com

Yummy Walks
www.foodtoursboston.com

Boston Foodie Tours
bostonfoodfinds.com

Boston Chocolate Tours
www.bostonchocolatetours.com

Off the Beaten Path Food Tours
www.offthebeatenpathfoodtours.com

MICHIGAN:

Detroit Eats Food Tours https://www.detroiteatsfoodtours.com/

Greater Detroit Food Tours
www.culinary-escapes.com

Feet on the Street Tours
www.enjoythed.com

MINNESOTA:

Twin Cities Food Tours
www.twincitiesfoodtours.com

Taste Twin Cities Food Tours
www.tastetwincitiesfoodtours.com

MISSOURI:

Eat Saint Louis Food Tours
www.eatsaintlouis.com/

Savor Saint Louis
www.savorsaintlouis.com

NEVADA:

Guided Vegas Tours
www.guidedvegastours.com

Vegas Valley Food Tours
www.vegasvalleyfoodtours.com

NEW JERSEY:

Hoboken Food Tour
www.hobokenfoodtour.com

Cape May Food Tours
www.capemayfoodtours.com

NEW YORK:

Foods of New York Tours
https://www.foodsofny.com

Food Tours of New York
http://foodtoursofny.com/

Food on Foot tours
http://foodonfoottours.com/

Manhattan Walking Tours
https://manhattanwalkingtour.com

Noshwalks New York
noshwalks.com

Brooklyn Food Tours
brooklynfoodtours.com

Rays Tours
raystours.nyc

Buffalo Bites Food Tours
www.buffalobitesfoodtours.com

Lewiston Food Tours
www.lewistonfoodtours.com

The Enthusiastic Gourmet, New York
www.enthusiasticgourmet.com

Inside Out Tours
insideouttours.com

Queens, NY Food Tours
www.foodsofqueensny.com/

Rochester Food Tours
www.rochesterfoodtours.com/

Rhode Island:

Rhode Island Red Food Tours
www.rhodeislandredfoodtours.com

NORTH CAROLINA: 

Tour De Food
www.tourdefood.com

Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours
www.tastecarolina.net

Triangle Food Tours
TriangleFoodTour.com

Asheville Food Tours
Ashevillefoodtours.com

OHIO:

Taste Cleveland Food Tours www.tasteclevelandfoodtours.com/

Columbus Food Adventures
columbusfoodadventures.com/

Columbus Eats Food Tours www.columbuseatsfoodtours.com

OREGON:

Eat Adventures Food Tours
eatadventures.com

PENNSYLVANIA:

Gettysburg Food Tours
www.savorgettysburgfoodtours.com

SOUTH CAROLINA:

Charleston Food Tours
charlestonfoodtours.com

Greenville History & Culinary Tours
greenvillehistorytours.com

TEXAS: 

Austin Eats Food Tours
www.austineatsfoodtours.com

Dallas Bites Food Tours
www.dallasbitesfoodtours.com/

Food Tours of America
https://www.toursdallas.net/

Taste This San Antonio
tastethissanantonio.com

 

List of Food Tours In the USA

List of Food Tours In Canada

Culinary Adventure Co
culinaryadventureco.com/

Vancouver Food Tour
vancouverfoodtour.com

Vancouver Foodie Tours
foodietours.ca 

Taste Vancouver Food Tours
tastevancouverfoodtours.com/

Local Montreal Food Tours
localmontrealtours.com/

Quebec City Food Tours
quebeccityfoodtours.com/

Montreal Food Tours
montrealfoodtours.com

Round Table Tours
roundtablefoodtours.com

Calgary Food Tours
calgaryfoodtours.com

Canmore Food Tours
canmorefoodtours.com

VIRGINIA:

Taste of Virginia Food Tour
tasteofvirginiafoodtours.com/

Norfolk Walkabouts
www.norfolkwalkabouts.com

WASHINGTON:

Savor Seattle Food Tours
www.savorseattletours.com

Taste Seattle Food Tours
www.taste206.com 

Seattle Food Tours
seattlefoodtours.com

WASHINGTON D.C.

DC Metro Food Tours
www.dcmetrofoodtours.com/

Carpe DC food tours
carpedcfoodtours.com

List of Food Tours In Africa

List of Food Tours in South Africa

Taste the Cape Food Tours
tastethecape.co.za

Bites and Sites Food Tours
bitesandsites.co.za/

Explore Sideways
exploresideways.com

 

 

 

List of Food Tours in Ethiopia
 

Go Addis Tours
goaddistours.com

List of Food Tours In Morroco

Marrakech food tours
marrakechfoodtours.com

 

List of Food Tours In Europe

List of Food tours in Austria

Vienna Food Walk
Viennafoodwalk.at

Vienna Food Tours
Viennafood.tours

Food Tours Vienna
foodtoursvienna.com

List of Food Tours In Belgium

Brussles Chocolate Tours
Brusselschocolatetours.com

List of Food Tours In Bulgaria

Balkan Bites Food Tours
Balkanbites.bg

List of Food Tours in Croatia

Zagreb Bites
zagrebites.com

Sinful Spoonful Food Tours
sinfulspoonful.com/  

Eat Istria Food Tours
eatistria.com

List of Food Tours in Czech Republic

Taste of Prague
tasteofprague.com

Eating Prague Tours
EatingPragueTours.com

Prague Food Tour
prague-food-tour.com

Prague Foodies
praguefoodies.com

List of Food Tours in Denmark

Copenhagen Food Tours
Copenhagen.foodtours.eu

List of Food Tours in Finland

Heathers Helsinki
heathershelsinki.com/

List of Food Tours in France

Paris Secret Food Tours
secretfoodtours.com

Paris by Mouth
parisbymouth.com

Culinary Tours of Paris
Culinarytoursofparis.com

Flavors of Paris
flavorsofparis.com

Food Tours of Paris
Foodtoursofparis.com

Hidden Paris Walking Tours
hidden-paris.com

Food Tours of Nice
Foodtoursofnice.com

A Taste of Nice tours
atasteofnice.com

Nice Food and Wine Tours
nicefoodandwinetours.com

List of Food Tours in Germany

Berlin Food Tour
berlinfoodtour.de

Bite Berlin Food Tours
biteberlin.com

Berlin Food Stories
berlinfoodstories.com

Eat The World (too many cities to list)
www.eat-the-world.com

Fat Tire Tours Berlin
Fattiretours.com

​List of Food Tours in Greece

Greeking Me – Athens Food Tour
www.greeking.me

List of Food Tours in Netherlands

Eating Amsterdam Tours
Eatingamsterdamtours.com

Hungry Birds
hungrybirds.nl

Amsterdam Delicious Food Tours
Amsterdamdeliciousfoodtours.com

List of Food Tours in Hungry

Taste Hungary
tastehungary.com

Food Tour Budapest
foodtourbudapest.com 

List of Food Tours in Iceland

Reykjavik Food Tours
reykjavikfoodtour.com 

The Reykjavik Food walk
www.thereykjavikfoodwalk.com/

List of Food Tours in Israel

Delicious Israel
deliciousisrael.com

Israel Food Tours
Israelfoodtours.com

List of Food Tours in Italy

Eating Italy Food Tours
eatingitalyfoodtours.com

The Roman Food Tour
foodtourrome.com

Food Tours of Rome
foodtoursofrome.com

Elizabeth Minchilli in Rome
www.elizabethminchilliinrome.com

Walks Inside Rome
walksinsiderome.com

Gourmetaly
Gourmetaly.com

The Roman Foodie
theromanfoodie.com

Vino Roma
Vinoroma.com

Rome Pizza Tour
Romepizzatour.com

Rome Eat Food on Foot
romeeatfoodtours.com

Food Tours of Naples
Foodtoursofnaples.com

Eat in Italy Food Tours
eatinitalyfoodtours.com

Milan Food and Wine Tours
foodieandtours.com

Sauce Milan
Saucemilan.com

List of Food Tours in Poland

Eat Polska
eatpolska.com

List of Food Tours in Portugal

Eat Drink Walk
eatdrinkwalk.pt

Portugal on a Plate
Portugalonaplate.com

Eat Portugal
eatportugal.net 

Taste Porto Food Tours
tasteporto.com

Taste of Lisboa
Tasteoflisboa.com

​List of Food Tours in Serbia

Food Tour Belgrade
Foodtourbelgrade.com

Taste Serbia
Tasteserbia.com

List of Food Tours in Slovenia

Top Ljubljana Foods
topljubljanafoods.com

List of Food Tours in Spain

Devour Barcelona
devourbarcelonafoodtours.com

The Barcelona Taste
thebarcelonataste.com

Barcelona Eat Local Food Tours
barcelonaeatlocal.com

Food Lover Tour
Foodlovertour.com

Barcelona Food Tour
barcelonafoodtour.com

Forever Barcelona
foreverbarcelona.com

Devour Madrid
madridfoodtour.com

Walks of Spain (Madrid)
Walksofspain.com

Madrid Tours and Tastings
madridtandt.com/

List of Food Tours in Turkey

Istanbul On Food
Istanbulonfood.com

Istanbul Eats
istanbuleats.com

Istanbul Food Walks
istanbulfoodwalks.com

Turkish Flavours
turkishflavours.com

List of Food Tours in England

Eating London Tours
Eatinglondontours.co.uk

Walk Eat Talk Eat (London)
walkeattalkeat.com

London Food Lovers
londonfoodlovers.com

Things to do in Mongkok | An Insiders Guide

Mongkok, insanely overcrowded, humid as hell and full of great things to do. For shoppers, Mongkok has both luxury malls and street markets. For foodies, Mongkok may be the highlight of your trip to Hong Kong with abundant street food, desserts and local eateries. Enjoy our insiders guide to Mongkok.

The Best Ways to Travel from Hong Kong to Guangzhou

What is the best way to travel from Hong Kong to Guangzhou - Here are the 4 best!

Hong Kong Street Food | Eating Adventures

Hong Kong Street Eats | The best Street Food in Hong Kong

Cantonese people love to eat, and Hong Kongs street food reflects that. With a mixture of traditional cantonese snacks and contemporary delicacies, the street food is so good that the Michelin guide for Hong Kong included a street food category since 2016. Whilst in the 1950s & 60s Hong Kong streets were  studded with street food hawkers selling from carts, today you are more likely to find your favourite street food being sold from small shops and stands on street corners.  Take yourself on your own eating adventure around Hong Kong sampling some of the snacks below, or join one of our Hong Kong food tours. Egg Waffles (Gai Daan Zai)Gai daan zai, or Egg Waffles are one of the most popular Hong Kong street snacks. Made from a batter of egg, wheat flour, evaporated milk, and sugar, these are a locals favourite. You’ll encounter its sweet, tempting scent often as you wander the city streets.Besides the traditional flavour egg waffle, you can now find all sorts of modern variations including Pandan and Chocolate flavours, or served with ice cream, and even our favourite, peanut butter with condensed milk!Where to find Hong Kong Egg Waffles? It is easy to find gai daan zai in Hong Kong, but lots of it will be soft, soggy or not tasty. If you want to try one of the best versions in the city, head to Lei Kung Kee (492 Kings Rd., North Point), a hole-in-the-wall near North Point MTR. Expect long queues in the afternoon. Dao fu faDao fu fa is a popular snack in Hong Kong. Made from coagulated soybean milk—essentially very soft tofu—it can be eaten hot or cold and is normally served with a sweet sugar or ginger syrup. Sometimes it is also served with fruit or mixed with black sesame paste. Good-quality dao fu fa should be soft and silky-smooth.Where to try dao fu fa? The tofu at A1 Tofu Company (103 Kweilin St., Sham Shui Po, Kowloon, Hong Kong) is made from organic Canadian soybeans, and is known for having exceptionally great texture. Pig Intestines (Ja Zu Da Cheung)Pig Intestines. Doesn’t the name just make you salivate? Probably not, but this is a popular street snack in Hong Kong. It is a labour intensive and time consuming process to prepare these intestines. First they need to be cleaned with salt and flour, boiled for an hour, coat with malt sugar and dry for 3 hours before putting them in the deep-fryer. You can hide the flavour with some mustard or hoisin sauce. The intestines themselves are a bit chewy, in some ways like squid. Just hope that your intestines were cleaned properly before being deep fried!You can find pig intestines at any of the street snack stalls that you find scattered around Hong Kong. Try Mongkok or Sham Shui Po for your culinary adventure. Curry Fish Balls (Ga Lei Yu Dan)Curry fish balls is one of the best known Hong Kong Street Foods, and can be found throughout the city. In Cantonese these are literally called “Fish Eggs”, and are 5 – 7 small balls of minced fish mixed with flour and boiled in a spicy curry sauce. Served on a bamboo skewer, they are cheap, flavoursome and easy to find. These are so popular that you can even buy them at 7-eleven. If you are interested in trying Curry Fish Balls, this Hong Kong street snack that has been a staple over the generations is one of the tastings on our Kowloon Food Tour.Where to try it Hong Kong curry fish balls?The best is from Lam Kee hidden in Hung Hom Cha Kwun Lei.  They have been around for many years and expect long queues during lunch and after school hours.  Their old-styled traditional sauce made from oyster sauce, dark soy sauce, star anise and curry.  HKD$7 for 6 fish balls. Stinky Tofu (Cau Dou Fu)Stinky tofu is fermented tofu that can be found as a street food in Hong Kong. This weird food has its origins in mainland China, but can also be found in Hong Kong and Taiwan. The Taiwanese are especially fond of this pungent food, serving more varieties than you can find in Hong Kong.The stink in the stinky tofu is from a fermented brine made from fermented milk, vegetables, meat and shrimp. Fresh tofu is immersed in the brine for a day or two to get its flavour. The smell of stinky tofu is quite overpowering. It reminds me of the open sewers in Africa. You will need to overcome your natural instinct not to eat food with a rotten smell to try this snack.In Hong Kong stinky tofu is normally deep fried and served with hoisin sauce. In the past, stinky tofu was sold in street carts in busy areas like Mong Kok.  Nowadays, you can find them in these little street side snack food shops dotted around the city. Fried Squid (Ja Yao Yu)Who doesn’t like some fried squid? The best fried squids are ones that are lightly battered, deep fried in oil over 180 degrees resulting in really crispy coating and crunchy squid inside. Kai Kei Snack (41 Dundas Street, Mong Kok) is a locals favourite for  fried squid. Pineapple Buns (Bo Lo Bao)Pineapple buns are a sweet bun that is popular in Cantonese bakeries around the world. The pineapple buns actually contains no pineapple but got its name from the appearance of the sugary crust on top of the bun which has a pattern like pineapple skin.It may just be a simple bun, but it was listed by the Hong Kong Government as part of Hong Kong’s intangible heritage in 2014.Traditional pineapple buns contain no filling, but common variations include a red bean paste filling, or even real pineapple.Many Hong Kong restaurants, such as , offer an item called a buttered pineapple bun, which is a pineapple bun with a piece of butter stuffed inside. They are known in Cantonese as bo lo yau (菠蘿油), which translates literally to pineapple oil.In our humble opinion though, the best pineapple buns are found across the border in Guangzhou. Try Bing Sheng for their famous oversized buns with a pineapple filling.In Hong Kong we recommend Kam Wah Restaurant (47 Buke Street, Mongkok), their famous hot Bo Lo Yau (HKD$10) will live up to your expectations.  Crunchy crust, soft bun and butter that melts as soon as you put the bun into your month. Lo Po Bang (Wife Cakes)Lo Po Bang or Wives Cakes is one of the most popular traditional pastries in Hong Kong. Originating from Guangdong in mainland China. The paste is a sweet mash of wintermelon, sugar and glutinous rice flour. We like our Lo Po Bang to have a good amount of wintermelon inside, the paste should be smooth and the pastry soft and flaky.There is a beautiful legend behind the origins of Lo Po Bang. It is said to have been invented by a man living in a small village in China. His father was terminally ill, and the man and his wife had spent all their money on trying to find a treatment to save the father. In the ultimate self sacrifice, the wife sold herself into slavery to raise more money to save her father in law. After the husband learned of his wife’s actions, he invented Lo Po Bang and sold enough to buy back his wife and save his father.You can find Lo Po Bang in most bakeries in Hong Kong, however the quality varies enormously and some to be honest are unpalatable.To try some great Lo Po Bang in Hong Kong, head out to Hang Heung Cake Shop in Yuen Long, 66 Castle Peak Road, Yuen Long, Hong Kong Lo Mai Chi (Glutinious Rice Balls)Lo Mai Chi are sweet glutinous rice ball. They sometimes have dried coconut on the outside and can be made from a variety of fillings including red bean paste, mango and durian. There are also more modern varieties with chocolate fillings.In Hong Kong you will find small speciality shops that sell freshly made Lo Mai Chi. The English name for these is often written as Nuomici, which Mandarin, not Cantonese.Lo Mai Chi are similar to Japanese Mochi, but the glutinous rice is softer and more sticky.Cheung Chau, one of the outlying island of Hong Kong is famous for Lo Mai Chi.  Yong Xing Dessert place (3 Sun Hing Street, Cheung Chau) makes one of the best mango lo mai chi.  Dragon Beard Candy (Long So Tong)Dragon beard candy is a traditional Chinese candy that you can find in Hong Kong. It is similar to fairy floss. The process of making the candy is often used by street sellers to attract customers, as the art of making it is in itself eye-catching. Dragon beard candy has a history of more than 2000 years in China. In the past, royal chefs in China would give a performance on how to make dragon beard candy in front of guests and serve them afterwards.Made primarily from maltose and sugar, after stretching the strands are rolled around peanuts, sesame seads, it has a stringy appearance with a rich sweet flavour and will melt on your tongue.The candy is best eaten freshly made and will quickly melt in warmer weather.Where to find Dragon Beard Candy?Dragon beard candy is not easy to find. You might be lucky to stumble upon it at a night market or festival. Otherwise there is a small shop in Sheung Wan near the MTR Exit B that sells it. Look for a Chinese sign with small writing that says “Super Bowl King Traditional Sweets and Desserts” Three Stuffed Treasures (Jin yeung saam bo)Three stuffed treasures is a street snack that has it’s origins in Shunde in Guangdong. You may have actually tried variations of this street snack in dim sum restaurants without even knowing it. Traditional three stuffed treasures comprises bitter melon, long green chili and eggplant. Each is stuffed with fish paste. When you buy this from a street vendor in Hong Kong, there are actually more than 3 varieties to choose from with other options including stuffed tofu, stuffed mushrooms and even sausages, The vendor will stick a piece of each chosen variety on a bamboo skewer and deep fry them. Be wary of food safety if buying this on the street, as it may have been sitting out all day.To try three stuffed treasures, you need to go to a stall that makes them in the original way – deep fried in pork oil.  Nowadays, people are very health conscious and will run away as soon as they hear the word “pork oil”.  Luckily, there is Dong Hing Snack Food in Stall A4, 43-59 Dai Tsuen Street, Tai Kok Tsui that makes their own pork oil, beat their own fish mince and the smell spreads throughout the whole street. Beef Offal Stew (ngao tsap)Slow cooked beef offal, boiled for hours in a master stock that may have been used for years. Fresh beef is also included in the soup.  Our favourite part is the honeycomb tripe, but you will also find small intestines, large intestinese and lungs in this delicious delicacy. Try to find a vendor that includes some white radish, which will soak up the flavour of the soup.In the past is was possible to find this being sold be street vendors in Hong Kong, but with an ever reducing number of street vendors, you are likely going to have to go to a restaurant for this street food.Where to try beef offal stew?Sui Kee 2, Gutzlaff Street, Central, Hong KongThis famous beef offal and beef brisket stew place has been around for more than 60 years.  It has been passed down to three generations but owner Li said his only son is not as tough as he is and simply not interested in spending up to 15 hours in the stall.  So, enjoy it while you can! Wun Jai Ci – “shark fin” soupIn the 40’s, around Temple Street Yau Ma Tei area, there were street sellers that gathered left over shark fins from restaurants and recooked them in a nice thick soup so that common people can also enjoy shark fins.Due to increased hygiene standards, vendors don’t use leftovers anymore and they have replaced the shark fin with vermicelli.  Cooked with black fungus, mushrooms, shredded chicken meat, cured ham, this tasty and filling soup is a great snack to have.Where to try imitation shark fin soup?Bon Bon Cafe92 Ivy Street, Tai Kok Tsui, Hong Kong Boot zai go – steamed glutinous rice pudding Originated from Tai Shan in Guangdong, it is made from brown sugar and glutinous rice flour, steamed in porcelain small bowls, often with red beans inside. In the past these were sometimes served by street vendors skewered on two bamboo sticks.Where to try boot zai go?Kwon Kee, 115-117 Fook Wah Street Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong​

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List of food tours around the world​

List of food Tours around the wold - Eating Adventures

Wherever you are travelling to, food tours are one of the best ways to have fun and experience the local culture. Here is our ultimate list of food tours around the world. We have compiled an amazing directory of more than 250 TOURS! Take your pick and go and explore the world through food. 

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