Beijing Foodie Night Tour
An Insider's guide
We'll take you to experience some of the best hidden local food through the traditional hutong alleys of Beijing where locals live and you will be able to experience some of the hidden culinary gems of Beijing. #492
Your driver will pick you up from your Beijing hotel to meet your guide to start this one of a kind night foodie tour.
You’ve read about the ancient hutongs of Beijing, so why not fly through these narrow streets on your own tuktuk while eating the best local food the capital city has to offer? Our tuktuks will get you away from the tourist traps to 5 hidden eateries that only locals enjoy…this food is incredible! Grill your own meat on open flames, eat in a private hutong house, and wrap delicious dishes in freshly made Beijing pancakes. We’ll end at a local brewery where you can sample the best craft brew from Beijing and enjoy a pint of your own!
When this amazing tour finish, you will go back to your hotel on your own.
Insider Experiences & Highlights:
This is not your typical walking tour. Beijing is a huge city, and the only way to find the best, hidden local food is to wind your way through the hutong alleys of Beijing where the locals live…with your own tuktuk! This tour only stops at local, family run shops that you (or any other tourist) would never find on your own. Our tuktuks are the only way to get off the beaten path and experience the amazing tastes and culture of Beijing. Our Beijing Food Tour adventure includes unlimited drinks (including beer) and the best local food you’ll find in the city!
Professional & friendly English-speaking tour guide
4 or 5 Authentic tasting locations
Unlimited beer and soda during the tuktuk rides
Duration: A half night tour
Pick up directly from your hotel.
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Client feedback on the Beijing Foodie Night Tour
"Well worth it for out-of-towners to get an 'Insider's' slice of Beijing food. Our guide knew all the good places and spoke perfect English. I met people from England, France, and America (I'm an American) & most importantly local Beijingers! Well worth it, this is practically a public service for travelers. "