Eat Like a Local: Street Breakfast Tour in Shanghai

Eat Like a Local: Street Breakfast Tour in Shanghai
Food, Wine & Nightlife > Food Tours > Culinary & Gourmet Tour
$75
Duration: 3 hours
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Savor the taste of Shanghai’s famous ‘xiaolongbao’ (soup dumplings), pulled noodles, breakfast pancakes and more on this 3-hour, small-group walking tour with a knowledgeable local guide. Begin your day with a stroll past water calligraphers and tai chi masters in Xiangyang Park, before meandering to street stalls and a wet market to experience Chinese cuisine freshly prepared in front of you. Be sure to come hungry on this child-friendly tour, limited to eight to ensure a personalized experience.

In the morning, meet your foodie guide and small group at Shanghai’s Xiangyang Park, an urban sanctuary planted with more than 100 trees. Before walking to nearby street-food stalls for a scrumptious breakfast, enjoy a half-hour stroll, observing the water calligraphers and tai chi masters, and learning from your guide about these omnipresent sights.

When you arrive at your first local street stall, take pleasure in the scents and sounds as tasty Chinese dishes are made right before your eyes. Enjoy savory breakfast pancakes and more before moving on to sample freshly pulled noodles and fried dumplings straight out of the wok.

You’ll have plenty of time to explore a nearby wet market with your guide, as you meander past vendors selling all types of fresh produce, meat and fish.

Next, stop for a taste of Shanghai’s famous soup dumplings called xiaolongbao. Be mesmerized as these bite-sized delights sizzle in the pan and burst in your mouth with eye-popping flavor.

Top off your morning meal at a dessert stop selling egg tarts, a classic dish that satisfies any sweet craving. Bite into the flaky pastry filled with egg custard, before leaving your small group at Shanxi Lu Metro with your appetite for Chinese cuisine fulfilled — at least for a few hours.

Savor the taste of Shanghai’s famous ‘xiaolongbao’ (soup dumplings), pulled noodles, breakfast pancakes and more on this 3-hour, small-group walking tour with a knowledgeable local guide. Begin your day with a stroll past water calligraphers and tai chi masters in Xiangyang Park, before meandering to street stalls and a wet market to experience Chinese cuisine freshly prepared in front of you. Be sure to come hungry on this child-friendly tour, limited to eight to ensure a personalized experience.