About the Delicacy Tour
|Starting Time: Every Monday and Friday at 8:00 pm|
|Meeting Point: Jordan MTR Station Exit A (Underground level next to Hang Seng Bank)|
|Find Us: Find yellow T-shirt/jacket with "The Hong Kong Free Tours"|
|Duration: Around 2.5 hours|
|Booking: Simply show up with a smile!|
|Fee: HKD 250 per person (This includes tasting of 12+ different types of food & one shot of exotic liquor!)|
|Cancellation: Please note this tour may be canceled if typhoon signal 3 or yellow rain signal is hoisted. If there is cancellation due to weather condition, a notice will be posted in this website at least one hour in advance. Please contact us here if you are not sure.|
|Tour Description: This is not a normal tasting Chinese food type of food tour! We are tasting exotic foods (to you, not to us!) and explaining why these are day to day culture in Hong Kong. We have been to places in China where they impress the tourists with food Chinese don't even eat (like fried scorpions and seahorses). We want to offer a real food & culture experience that is extremely fun and unprecedented to your travel experience. Please note this tour is not for vegetarian.|
|Major Sites: We are sorry: By default we cannot tell you which store we visit and what we eat in this tour (until you have eaten them!). However, you will be trying about 12 to 15 types of food from around 5 to 6 different restaurants & food stalls.|
Reviews on Tripadvisor
Cheryl M - San Francisco, USA
"You will proudly be able to say you have eaten things you never would know to try on your own. This goes beyond just Dim Sum. We stopped at places a typical tourist may just pass by without knowing the gems missed."
Visited December 2016
Mariana S - Helsinki, Finland
"The food was delicious. It was like a wine tasting, but a food tasting. ... This is the opportunity to try a lot of different small things and only eat more when you really love something. It was a way to get to know Hong Kong with all your senses."
Visited November 2016
Hank81Mumbai - Mumbai
"I will not get into what we ate, it challenges your taste buds, so please do not go with the expectation of eating normal Chinese food (fried rice, dim sum, etc.) ... To conclude it is one of the best ways to spend your time and money in HK."
Visited October 2016
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