Credit: Hong Kong Foodie
It goes without saying that Hong Kong is a heaven for foodies with the plethora of cuisines that it offers – and at reasonable prices too. Yet its great culinary diversity available at numerous establishments also means that Hong Kong can really confuse first-timers to the city, especially those with limited time to roam the city – you’d want to get the best bang for your buck, naturally. This is where Hong Kong Foodie comes in handy.
Led by a team of adventurous, uncompromising and professional Foodie Guides, Hong Kong Foodie’s walking tours are designed to take participants off the beaten path for some of the city’s favourite, longest-standing eateries to eat like a local. The 12-pax Central and Sheung Wan Foodie Tour, for instance, will whisk you off to six locations for food and drink tastings at 2:15pm on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, and charges HKD720 per adult or HKD520 per child aged between five and 14. But the tour is more than just about stuffing your face – the guide will also take you through historical architectures in that part of Hong Kong. The Sham Shui Po and Tai Po Market foodie tours, meanwhile, will entice you with even more down-to-earth tastes of Hong Kong.