Start Time: 8am
Finish Time: 11am
• Meeting location: At the southeast corner of the intersection of Yonghegong Street and Andingmen East Street, above Yonghegong (Lama Temple) station. 雍和宫大街和安定门大街路口(东南角)
• Public transport directions: By metro, take Line 2/5 to Yonghegong (Lama Temple) station. Take exit F and walk north 200m along Yonghegong Street towards the elevated highway. You'll meet the guide at the southeast corner of Andingmen East Street (the street under the elevated highway) and Yonghegong Street. (Handy tip: All street signs in Beijing have the cardinal directions N S E W on them)
Price: Adults 360 RMB / Children (6-12) 180 RMB
Inclusions: More than 10 tastings at 4 seated stops, coffee or tea, bottled water, soft drinks & local rice wine, market visit, bilingual guide, post-tour Beijing welcome pack with helpful restaurant recommendations, local travel tips & so much more to help make your stay in Beijing easy & fun
Important Note: This experience is vegetarian- and kid-friendly
Taste a Beijing-style fried donut treat made at a local Chinese Muslim minority snack shop.
Savor silky smooth, freshly-made tofu pudding with savory toppings – this is not your typical tofu!
See a southern Chinese pastry made in a local tandoor.
Sample the prized traditional jarred yogurt that locals love.
Watch a Chinese-style crepe, known as jianbing made before your eyes – one of Beijing’s classic must-try dishes.
Enjoy some of China’s best steamed dumplings paired with fresh soymilk and Chinese crullers for dipping.
Try the original shao mai – made with lamb & beef and cooked two differnet ways.
End on a sweet note with a delectable almond pudding flavored with osmanthus syrup.
This experience is vegetarian- and kid-friendly.
We’ll tantalize your tastebuds and leave your belly full or we’ll refund your ticket, no questions asked!
Vegetarians – Non-meat eaters are more than welcome and will find plenty to eat. We will make substitutions where possible.
Vegans – This tour offers a limited selection of dishes, but we are able to make some substitutions and add in excellent veg & tofu options at some stops.
Celiac Disease – We are not able to make substitutions for those with celiacs disease as soy sauce is very prevalent in our tour stops.
Nut/Shellfish Allergies – These allergies have not been a problem in the past, however we cannot guarantee that the utensils and other cooking tools have not touched any of the food tour ingredients. Please bring your epi pen or other meds to the tour if you choose to participate.